Calcium sulphate panel is one of the most popular anti-static floors nowadays. When installing new raised floor or renovating the floor, more and more people will choose to use calcium sulfate panel.
Raw material of calcium sulfate board
The base material of calcium sulphate raised floor use non-toxic and unbleached plant fiber as reinforcement material. Combine with solidified calcium sulphate crystal and then pulse press the all materials. This calcium sulphate panel’s recovery rate is over 90%, which aligns with the current environmental protection and energy-saving requirements. With the increasing demand for environmental protection and energy-saving, the use and market share of calcium sulphate raised floor are rising.
Usually, the bottom of the calcium sulphate anti-static raised floor is galvanized steel. And the surface covers are anti-static veneers such as HPL or PVC. The sides seal belongs to conductive rubber edge trim. You can see them widely used in computer rooms, data centers, office buildings, telecommunications centers, and other places with anti-static requirements.
Why choose it
Since the calcium sulphate panel has the function of fire prevention and heat insulation in daily life, people use it. If a fire occurs, calcium sulphate anti-static floor can slow down the flame. For places computer room where there are many wires and the wiring is generally complicated, the use of calcium sulphate floor can prevent the fire from causing the wiring aging problem. They play a good protective role and reduce unnecessary losses. Besides, calcium sulphate raised floor has a good waterproof performance. In a non-ventilated and high humidity environment, the use of calcium sulphate panel has a good moisture-proof effect. Easy to clean and maintain. Moreover, for some office rooms with higher requirements, the calcium sulphate anti-static raised floor has higher strength and higher flatness than other floors.
The overall effects after installation perform good. Therefore, people use calcium sulphate raised floors increasingly in offices.