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Benefits of A Mezzanine Floor

JUL 26 2021 | MATERIAL HANDLING, ROBOTICS, SELF-STORAGE

A mezzanine floor system provides an intermediate level that does not completely cover the flooring below.

Think of it like a balcony. Floors smaller than the overall footprint of the building, located between the main floor and the ceiling of the building.

Mezzanines can range from 15 feet to over 250,000 square feet. A mezzanine floor provides clear height for foot or robotic traffic above and below the deck.


What is a Mezzanine Floor Typically Used For?

For industrial settings, a mezzanine floor system is often used for inventory storage, work platforms, equipment access, inventory rack access, and conveyor access.

Mezzanine floors can be used in a variety of facilities, including, warehouses, distribution centers, manufacturing plants, cold storage facilities and self-storage facilities, to name a few.

They're durable and versatile - making it perfect for many businesses looking to expand square footage without expanding the structure of their buildings or operations.


What Are the Benefits of a Mezzanine Floor?

A mezzanine allows you maximize the vertical space of the building so you can provide extra square footage without extending the building or relocating.

A mezzanine floor provides a solution for extra space.

Mezzanine floors are considered incredibly cost-effective for the property owner and the business owner.

Here are a few benefits that a ResinDek® mezzanine floor provides:

  • They are designed and built to withstand heavy equipment, rolling carts, pallet jack loads, autonomous mobile robots (AMR), and automated guided vehicles (AGV).
  • ResinDek panels have proven structural integrity that supports live and dead pallet jack limits from 2,000 – 8,000 lbs.
  • The only mezzanine flooring that has a 10-Year product warranty that covers pallet jack loads!
  • ResinDek panels for mezzanine floors have been independently evaluated and approved for use in Types I-V construction and as part of a fire-resistance rated assembly by the IAPMO Uniform Evaluation Services. United States ER Number 467. Canada ER Number UEL 5027.
  • ResinDek panels for mezzanine floors are available in a multitude of options that can be customized for load capacities, required finish type, and volume of robotic traffic.

Mezzanine floor systems provide a number of benefits, have a variety of applications and address numerous special needs. It can be a tremendous investment for a growing company, for both operational efficiency and cost-savings.

To learn more about our mezzanine floors, contact us today!


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