Super Flat Flooring (VNA warehouse Flooring)
As a Super Flat Flooring Contractor BGSB has the highly skilled team to design and cast " Superflat Concrete Floors" as per the tolerances prescribed by International flooring standards including:
A) Technical Report 34 (TR-34) DM-1, 2 ~ 3 FM-1, 2 & 3
B) DIN – 15 185 and 18202
C) ASTM 1155
Why Super flat floors?
"Floor flatness us the fundamental performance requirment in floors and an important consideration in terms of construction" . The introduction of highrise forklift trucks means and requires greater attention to the flat flooring system specifications, their achievements and measurement and essential.
BGSB is considered to be the most experienced company in India, with maximum number of Super flat floors already handed over to the warehousing industry. Super flat concrete flooring is considered to be most skillful job in flooring industry as it needs sharp precision in controlling levels which also includes selection of high quality concrete. BGSB's in-house mix design team is expert in developing the concrete mix, which makes the floor resistant to the shrinkage cracking, dusting and other defects which otherwise affects the performance of floor in a warehouse. BGSB always believes in educating their clients by sharing information and knowledges on how to achieve the most high quality floor which otherwise is not shared by other contractors.
Static Lean on Effect on High Fork Lift
FLOOR CLASSIFICATION FOR DEFINED MOVEMENT
FLOOR CLASSIFICATION FOR FREE MOVEMENT
Typical Floor Use
|FM1||Where every high standards of flatness and levelness are required.|| |
|FM2||Reach Trucks Operating at 8 to 13m without side-shift|| |
Retail floors to take directly applied finishes.
Retails trucks operating at up to 8 cm without side-shift.
Retail Trucks operating at up to 13m with side-shift .
Retail floors to take applied screeds.
Workshops and manufacturing facilities where MHE lift heights are restricted to 4m.
|NOTE: Side-Shift is the ability of a truck to adjust the palet transversely to the fork direction.|