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Mezzanine Floors

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We supply Mezzanine Floors systems for of all sizes and for every requirement

Mezzanine floors are the perfect solution for businesses that need more space. These systems offer a faster and more cost-efficient alternative to building storage extensions or moving to a new warehouse. Providing warehouses with an additional floor level, mezzanine floors allow for the ground floor to be maximised for operations, improving efficiency and productivity.

Types of Mezzanine Floor

Mezzanine floors come in various types, each designed to suit different needs and settings. Here are some common types of mezzanine floors:

  1. Free-Standing Mezzanines: These mezzanines are self-supporting structures that do not rely on the existing building’s walls or columns for support. They are often used in open spaces like warehouses and can be easily relocated or expanded.
  2. Building Supported Mezzanines: These mezzanines use the existing building’s structure for support. They are attached to the walls, columns, or beams of the building and can be more cost-effective than free-standing options.
  3. Rack Supported Mezzanines: Rack supported mezzanines utilise pallet racking systems as their base. The mezzanine platform is built on top of the racks, creating both storage space above and below the platform.
  4. Column-Connected Mezzanines: These mezzanines are supported by columns that are strategically placed to minimise interference with the space below. They are commonly used in retail environments and warehouses.
  5. Multi-Tier Mezzanines: Multi-tier mezzanines consist of multiple levels of platforms connected by stairs or ramps. They are used to maximize vertical space and are often seen in large distribution centers.
  6. Industrial Work Platforms: These mezzanines are designed for industrial use, providing elevated platforms for machinery, equipment, and workstations. They are commonly used in manufacturing settings.
  7. Office Mezzanines: Mezzanines can be designed specifically for office spaces. They provide additional workspace for offices, meeting rooms, and other administrative functions.
  8. Storage Mezzanines: Storage mezzanines are designed for storing items in warehouses or industrial settings. They can be used for bulk storage, picking operations, and inventory management.
  9. Retail Mezzanines: Mezzanines in retail settings are often used for additional display areas, creating visual interest and maximizing space for showcasing products.
  10. Agricultural Mezzanines: These mezzanines are used in agricultural buildings for storage, processing, or workspace in barns, farm sheds, and other rural structures.
  11. Gym and Fitness Mezzanines: Mezzanines in fitness centers provide space for workout equipment, segregating different exercise zones and utilizing vertical space efficiently.
  12. Event Mezzanines: Mezzanines in event spaces can provide elevated viewing areas for attendees, as well as space for lighting and sound equipment.
  13. Data Center Mezzanines: Mezzanines in data centers house equipment racks, cabling, and infrastructure, ensuring efficient use of space and accessibility.
  14. Industrial Mezzanines: These mezzanines are used for heavy-duty industrial applications, such as supporting heavy machinery, storage of large equipment, or specialized manufacturing processes.

The type of mezzanine floor you choose depends on your specific needs, available space, building structure, and intended use. It’s important to carefully consider factors like load-bearing capacity, safety regulations, accessibility, and the overall layout of the space when selecting the appropriate type of mezzanine.

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