HUIYAINC Factory is A Business to Business(B2B) Type Raised FLoor Manufacturer In China. We Make Raised Floor Series includes：1:HUIYA GRC OMEGA Raised Floor（500x500x26mm） 2:HUIYA Steel Bare Raised Floor（600x600x33mm）With Corner lock Systems or Bolted Stringer Systems. 3:Calcium Sulphate Raised Floor（600x600x30mm） 4:Die Cast Aluminum Raised Floor Systems(600x600x55mm). 5:Anti-Static Raised Floor Systems (600x600x35mm). HUIYAINC Factory Provides various of Planings of Raised Floor Solutions About Raised FLoor and Understructure Customization.
Founded in 2005 in China, HUIYAINC is a company specialized in the field of The Raised Floor, False Floor, and Industrial flooring that represents the alliance of the best quality raised floor brands and a variety of systems. we are able to offer you technically sophisticated and high-quality double-floor systems. In addition, custom-made products and solutions are not a hurdle, but a challenge for our experienced team. HUIYA Technical Floor products offer important advantages for an ecological, modern, and responsible construction.
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HUIYA Raised floor pedestal is made of Cold dipped Galvanised Steel Plate (Head Plate & Bottom ) and Solid M16 Rod. The Pedestal will be provides with an adjusting and locking nut to maintain the assembly at a selected height,which requires a deliberate action to change the height setting and which prevents vibration displacement.
HUIYA Raised Floor Stringer Size: 21x32x570mm and it is cold dip galvanized Steel to anticorrosion. HUIYA Raised FLoor Stringer is connection with Raised FLoor Pedestal.(We aslo called Stringer Bolted Raised Floor Structure).
What is Anti-Static Floor?
An anti-static floor is needed in a wide variety of businesses, but it can also come in very useful in the home space. It is also a highly demanded feature in offices, due to the great amount of static electricity that is accumulated
However, what is an anti-static floor? How does it work?
The anti-static floor is used to impede the creation of electrostatic discharge. This, also known as ESD, is the abrupt flow of electricity that occurs when a charged object gets in contact with another surface. Normally it will not cause harm, although it can turn out to be annoying and, in extreme cases, a little dangerous.
If static electricity is a problem in your home or office, this flooring will help you to solve it and to prevent possible accidents involved with it. It is a key factor to create the right atmosphere in your house of business.
You should also make sure that the flooring you are choosing is truly anti-static. The way it inhibits the electricity is by creating static dissipative or conductive flooring. Nevertheless, keep in mind that not all the flooring with dissipative or conductive features will be anti-static.
So, to verify the anti-static properties of the flooring you are choosing,we recommend you contact a professional or an expert that helps you taking the right decision.
Who Needs Anti-Static Floor?
While many organisations may consider anti-static flooring options for a variety
of reasons, certain industries require anti-static floors as a most basic safety
precaution. Chemical manufacturers and processors, as well as any businesses
that may use flammable chemicals or materials in their operations, need to
create static-free work environments to avoid igniting chemicals, fumes or even
microscopic flammable particles. Electrostatic discharge can render sensitive
electronic components useless, so organisations involved in the production or
assembly of semiconductors or electronic goods need anti-static floors.
Additionally, any operations that rely on uninterrupted or guaranteed use of specialised electronic items, such as hospitals or air-traffic control rooms, should take precautions to avoid static. Other examples of industries that require anti-static flooring include munitions or pyrotechnics manufacturing, military operations, micromechanics, optical lenses, photographic film, lasers, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, surgical implant manufacturing, medical environments and even some food and beverage production environments.