Bare ConCore® Cornerlock Raised Floor System
Complete access floor kit includes Tate CC1250 ConCore panels with no surface covering. Includes 24” x 24” panels, adjustable posilock stringerless pedestals, cornerlock screws and specialty adhesive. Sold by the square foot in 4’ increments. Select finished floor height.
Panels and pedestals create a raised floor. It is as simple as that. We offer a bare steel heavy duty panel, factory filled with concrete in an easy to install DIY kit. This raised floor kit can be used in variety of applications, from offices, exhibit booths, trade show platforms, and retail platforms. Also, the way the components fit together makes installation easier for the first timer, or for the most experienced. This kit is based on ConCore® Panels manufactured by TATE® and is available by the square foot, in 4' increments.
The panels in this kit have no surface covering, they are bare steel. This makes these panels perfect for carpet applications and a wide variety of other hard surfaces. We have a complete line of ESD surface coverings.
These panels are rated at 1250 lbs. per square inch.
These panels are constructed to screw into the pedestals, creating a rigid system. The kit price includes the adhesive that holds the bases to the sub-floor, the pedestal assemblies consisting of an all-steel base and adjustable head (1" up and 1" down), the panels, and cornerlock screws which fasten the panels to the understructure.
Please select finished floor height. Minimum Purchase of 152 Square Feet. Price is per square foot. Freight and Installation not included. Installation instructions are online for your convenience.
Installation instructions are online for your convenience.
By purchasing and installing this floor, the purchaser assumes all liability of complying with federal, state and local building code compliance, fire prevention, ADA Accessibility and Seismic Bracing or any other building code requirement enforced in a customer’s local area. This includes, but is not limited to Reservations, Parishes and County Jurisdictions.