Obsolete Stringer

$9.99
each
Quick Overview

To see what stringer is compatible with your raised floor system at your facility, please visit the Panel IDC Center for more information.

This part number exists in our system to assist you in ordering this item online. This stringer is an item identified in our IDC Database when pictures of your existing floor were sent in for review. Please feel free to order it online now. Once we receive your order, we will add the information to your order so that the correct stringer is ordered for you.

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This part number exists in our system to assist you in ordering this item online. This stringer is an item identified in our IDC Database when pictures of your existing floor were sent in for review. Please feel free to order it online now. Once we receive your order, we will add the information to your order so that the correct stringer is ordered for you.


To see what stringer is compatible with your raised floor system at your facility, please visit the Panel IDC Center for more information.

A stringer is a steel or aluminum channel, square tube or rod which is fastened to the pedestal head to provide lateral stability. Usually provided in 2’ or 4’ length or a combination of both. Can be snapped in place or fastened from the top with a screw. Used to form the grid system, in stringered systems there is one stringer under each edge of each access floor panel, except for special conditions and parallel to the wall at the perimeter. In woodcore systems the panels sit on top of the stringers, in most steel systems the panels nest inside the grid formed by the stringers. Typically provided with a gasket which can be either factory applied or field installed depending on the design. Sometimes called crossbars, channels or connecting rods, crosspieces, joiners, bars, grid, grid arm, channels, lateral bars, horizontal bars.