Pressed Particle Board Shelving Warning ( computer floor)

From: McFadden, Mike <>
Date: Fri May 28 12:46:02 2004

I have a pile of computer flooring setting in the corner of my garage. The hospital removed it and I'm hoping to set up a computer room. My wife keeps asking about when and where.

Tiles have a black rubber/plastic edge about ? inch wide on all edges. Center is tile/hard linoleum. Structure is steel with an x pattern on the bottom. Very heavy. The tracks to support the tiles are metal channels with a cross section

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This lets the tiles abut without sliding across. A foot can then be clamped into the channel and leveled. Our feet were all epoxied onto the concrete subfloor.

I have several that are cut to allow cables/hoses to penetrate the floor. You can see the cross section easily.

I have seen versions with carpet squares on them.

The only problem with the suction cup tile pullers is that picking a tile up at an angle can result in dropped tiles, they loose suction.

Received on Fri May 28 2004 - 12:46:02 BST

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