Raised floors
Panels: Sizes and Finishings

The standard size of commercially available raised floor panels is 60x60 cm. Granitech offers not only this standard size but 60x40 cm and 120x60 cm panels.

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In addition to the standard size Granitech can also offer 60x40 cm and 120x60cm sizes.
Inside each 60x60cm panel, it is possible to lay 60x60 or 30x30cm tiles. It is also possible to create special layouts using sizes and listels with an overall modularity of 60x60cm.
Inside the 60x120cm panel it is possible to position tiles of 120x60cm and in the 60x40cm panel, tiles of 60x40cm can be positioned.

Inside each panel it is possible to lay one tile of 60x60, 60x40 or 120x60cm or, in alternative, several slabs of 60x30 or 30x30cm. It is also possible to create layouts with slabs of various sizes and colours, assembled in such a way as to create a wide range of designs.
Granitech gives you the possibility to use tiles with a variety of sizes and different finishes (pre-polished, polished, bright, semi-glossy, matt, slate, flamed) that can be assembled together, enabling maximum design flexibility,
These can be laid in such a way as to create "herringbone", "straight forward", "brick bond" and "diagonal" layouts.

The feasibility of the composition must however be verified for each single project.

The following panel types are available:

  • Homogeneous calcium sulphate panel
  • High-density wood conglomerate panel.

Panel bahaviour when subject to loads, fire behaviour, stability and low level of water absorption represent the main parameters for determining the best panel.
The best performance is definitely given by panels made with a calcium sulphate support.
Nevertheless wood conglomerate panels fully meet the specific requirements of certain types of projects.

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