We supply different false floors for classic applications which utilise a modular unit with an integrated false floor for cables. System false floors from Betonbau are used in local substations, transfer and transformer stations and switchgear houses. These floors are particularly flexible, can be adapted to precisely suit your room and switch cabinet layout and conform to DIN VDE 0101. We can fit your floor with buoyancy protection where necessary to minimise in as far as possible the effects of an internal malfunction on operators. Key locking is realised in the false floor profile, and the keys can only be withdrawn in the locked position. The design has been tested for accidental arcing in compliance with DIN EN 62271-202.
The Betonbau system consists of extruded aluminium profiles and/or galvanised steel profiles and galvanised steel supports with height adjustment designed to suit the switchgear to be integrated. The accessible surface is covered with multi-laminated Finnish Twin boards or 40 mm composite timber boards (60 cm x 60 cm). We take your specifications regarding the surface, electric discharging capacity and, where requested, certain construction material classes conforming to DIN 4102 into consideration in this respect.
Concrete false floors are used everywhere where clear requirements regarding the use or application of certain flooring exist (e.g. for sanitary modular units). Concrete false floors are also used in substations and aggregate stations if an unequivocal and fixed room and utilisation layout definition exists. Floors can also be designed to support greater loads, thanks to their robust and simple structure. The components conform to DIN 1045-2 and are governed by the same stringent production standards prevailing in the manufacture of modular units.
Grid floors- and fixed working platforms utilised as a complete surface or transformer entrance round off our range. We adhere strictly to your specifications in this case with regard to shape, recesses and any railings or fences involved. The components are designed to comply with current accident prevention regulations. Galvanised steel or stainless steel components are utilised, depending on the particular application.