Tate ConCore Floor Kit Bare USED w Grid
Concrete-filled all steel access floor kit available by the square foot, in 4' increments. The surface covering on the panels is bare. Grade B. Used.
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If you are looking for a great deal on a raised floor, this is it!
Concrete filled all steel access floor kit available by the square foot, in 4' increments.
This floor is constructed in such a way that the panels nest inside and are locked into a steel grid, creating an extremely rigid system. The grid for this system is bolted, whereby the crosspieces (stringers) fasten to the pedestal heads. Bolted grid systems are widely used in most applications. The panels are 24" x 24", the standard for raised floors.
This used floor has a concentrated load rating of 1000 pounds.
This 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 2' cross pieces (they form a grid) that go from pedestal head to pedestal head, the screw fasteners that fasten the stringers to the pedestal heads, and the panels (which nest inside the grid).
Minimum Purchase of 152 Square Feet. Price is per square foot. Freight and Installation not included. Installation instructions are online for your convenience.
This used floor is available from 6" to 12" Finished Floor Height. We will cut it down to fit your specific height. Once you place your order, we will call you to confirm your height requirement.
This floor has been well maintained and has a used floor rating of a B (See Grading Below)
A Perfect - could pass for new
B Slight scratching, no rust, no edge trim missing
C Worn in surface, some rust, some edge trim missing
D Acceptable, good to put carpet over, some rust
F Not acceptable, good for platform applications only, rust
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.