Handling Raised Floor System

Precautions for Use

If incorrectly selected or installed, raised floors will break and serious injury or property damage can result. Please read instruction manual carefully before installation.


The alteration of panel and pedestal parts (example cutting or making a hole) will lower the strength of parts, and need an additional pedestal for reinforcement.

Water Spilling

If water is spilled, the panels should be replaced and dried in order not to rust.

Taking off the Panel

Take particular notice of cabling and piping under floor cabling and piping and put the panel back with same orientation in its place. If an opening is left, surround the opening area by fence in order not to incur injury.If you use panel in high humidity condition, keep the room well ventilated in order not to create condensation and rust on panels.


If heavy weight equipment is dropped or persons jump down onto the floor, it is possible that destruction or warping of parts may occur.

Adequate Ventilation

There is a case in which dew condensation forms on a panel in rooms which no one uses or is exposed to high humidity. Dew condensation causes rust, earth leakage and similar, hence care should be taken to ensure ventilation in the room.


Wiring for equipment involves the risk of earth leakage. Consequently, easy wiring should be required.

Precautions for Carrying and Installing Equipment

Transfer and Installation of Equipment.

Transfer If heavy machinery is transferred, covering must be used on the floor so that it will not warp or break.
Do not drag machinery on the floor, as the tile or surface finish will be damaged.
Transfer gently on the floor so as not to create shock.


If heavy machinery is installed that has more than permissible weight, additional pedestals are required for reinforcement.
Set machinery gently on to the floor so as not to create shock.

Approximate Standard for Carrying (moving) and Installing Equipment

Unit type For carrying equipment For installation
Curing not required*1 Curing required*1 quipment weight*2
2000N(200kgf) Up to 1000N(100kgf) less than 2000N(200kgf) Up to 4000N(400kgf)
3000N(300kgf) Up to 1500N(150kgf) less than 3000N(300kgf) Up to 6000N(600kgf)
5000N(500kgf) Up to 2500N(250kgf) less than 5000N(500kgf) Up to 10000N(1000kgf)
6000N(600kgf) Up to 3000N(300kgf) less than 6000N(600kgf) Up to 12000N(1200kgf)
  • *1
    However, the surface material may be damaged.
  • *2
    Where this equipment is supported with four feet, only one of which is on a panel.

Method for Curing

Put the guide plates (e.g. Plywood, Steel sheet) on the path for a carriage.

Less than 300㎏ Plywood 9㎜ 1 piece
Less than 500㎏ Plywood 9㎜ 2 pieces
Equal to or more than 500㎏ Steel sheet 9㎜ 2 pieces
Equal to or more than 1000㎏ Contact SENQCIA.

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