The Only Seismic-Rated Access Flooring Designed to
STAND ON ITS OWN!
The structure does not require bracing against interior walls. Changes to the floor layout can be made easily, avoiding a costly shutdown. More uptime saves your company time and money.
High Lateral Stability
Removing tiles or sections of the floor is possible due to of the heavy-duty substructure. This can be done without the usual risk of floor shifting or collapse.
Heavy Load Capacity
The ISO-Dynamic™ floor surpasses weight loads of up to 2,500 LBs. This is due to the modular steel tubing substructure.
Greater Underfloor Access
A 4′ grid means there are fewer upright pedestals. Our Heavy duty design requires no additional seismic bracing frames.
Simple and Fast Installation
The modular welded components are easily connected with bolts. Additionally, instead of completing an entire facility, a phased buildout is possible. This is because of the modular design as well as its ability to stand on its own.
Seismic Rated Substructure
The substructure of the ISO-Dynamic™ floor exceeds seismic zone 4 requirements. You can place heavy items such as CRAC and HVAC units directly onto the raised floor without additional seismic support stands.
NextGen Ball-N-Cone™ Isolators
The patented isolators exceed NEBS GR-63 Core requirements. They dramatically reduce vibration transfer into sensitive equipment from seismic, blast, or building induced vibrations.
Multiple Floor Heights
The ISO-Dynamic™ modular design comes in heights up to 48”. Also, We are happy to design a floor at a custom heights.
A reduced height version (6″) is available for rooms with low ceilings. The low-rise version is ideal for creating a safe and level floor for placing equipment. It is still possible to place cabling and cooling under the floor in the Low-Rise version.
Floor Tile Compatibility
The system requires the use of floor tiles in either 24” x 24” or 600mm x 600mm sizes. Custom equipment frames and cover plates are available.