As the manufacturer of ResinDek® panels, we have been at the forefront of testing and innovating flooring panels for the Material Handling Industry since 1994. In 2007, we began providing ResinDek panels for automated warehouse distribution robots. Much of our initial research and development occurred with Automated Guided Vehicles. In the last decade, we have provided a variety of ResinDek engineered flooring products to numerous Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) and Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) manufacturers for their testing labs. As a result, millions of square feet of ResinDek panels are in service worldwide with robotic traffic in distribution centers, warehouses, microfulfillment centers, and retail environments.
We know that the durability and condition of floors are important for optimal performance of AGV's and AMR's. Coefficient of friction, surface roughness, floor flatness, gloss, and wear can all affect the ability of robots to run at their peak performance. That's why we go to great lengths to extensively test internally and send our products to be evaluated by independent laboratories as well as the robotic manufacturers. In addition, we can customize the finish for any specification required.
|RECOMMENDED FOR ROBOTICS|
|Description||Reference Standard||Test Procedure||Gray Diamond Seal® ESD||TriGard® ESD||MetaGard® SST|
|Coefficient of Friction: BOT 3000E||ASTM A326.3||Neolite sensor has material that is 95+/-3 Shore A||Avg Dry: 0.50
Avg Wet: 0.33
|Avg Dry: 0.62
Avg Wet: 0.28
|Avg Dry: 0.77
Avg Wet: 0.68
|Taber Abrasion||ASTM D4060||180 grit aluminum oxide sandpaper replaced every 500 cycles with 1kg of weight||Wear Rating: 2,000 cycles||Wear Rating: 6,000 cycles||Wear Rating: >50,000 cycles|
|Gouge Resistance||ASTM D2197||Tested with weights ranging from 1kg to 10.5kgs||Failure: 5kgs||Failure: 8kgs||No Failure|
|Gloss, 85 deg||ASTM D523||Tested with glossmeter geometries of 85°||20 GRUs||7 GRUs||8 GRUs|
We understand that the flooring for your autonomous mobile robots and automated guided vehicles can be complex, and there may be a variety of demands within a single project. Automated warehouse distribution robots need to move quickly and operate efficiently as possible, and we recognize that the floor finish plays a crucial role in how well AMRs and AGVs perform. Coefficient friction, surface roughness, floor flatness, gloss, and wear can all affect the ability of robots to run at their peak. Therefore, we offer a multitude of ResinDek flooring options that can be customized for load capacities, required finish type, and volume of robotic traffic. The optimization of all these criteria provides an extremely cost-effective solution that is tailored for each project.
Let us help you provide a hybrid flooring solution that is extremely cost-effective and tailored to meet the needs of each individual project.
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ResinDek flooring panels are formulated in different thicknesses and densities to meet the requirements of varying load capacities. ResinDek composite engineered panels have the structural integrity that supports dynamic and static rolling loads from 500 to 6,000 lbs while handling the rigorous demands of automated guided vehicles and autonomous mobile robots.
ResinDek engineered flooring panels feature a tongue-and-groove configuration promoting effective panel to panel wheel load transfer. When required, tongue and groove configurations are available on all 4 sides. ResinDek panels are custom manufactured, back by comprehensive design engineering services and a 10-year product warranty. ResinDek panels are available in sizes up to 4' x 10' (1220mm x 3048mm).
RESINDEK FLOORING PANELS - For Use with Corrugated B-Deck
3/4" (19 mm) Thick Panel
Loads up to 500 lbs. (230 kgs)
3/4" (19 mm) Thick Panel
Loads up to 3,000 lbs. (1,365 kgs)
3/4" (19 mm) Thick Panel
Loads up to 4,000 lbs. (1,815 kgs)
1-1/2" (38 mm) Thick Panel
Loads up to 6,000 lbs. (2,725 kgs)
* Loads above include both weight of robot + product.
RESINDEK FLOORING PANELS - Single Panel Solution - No Corrugated B-Deck Required
3/4" (19 mm) Thick Panel
Loads up to 750 lbs. (340 kgs)
1-1/8" (28 mm) Thick Panel
Loads up to 2,500 lbs. (1,134 kgs)
ResinDek® Xspan® FR
1-1/8" (28 mm) Thick Panel
Loads up to 3,500 lbs. (1,587 kgs)
* Loads above include both weight of robot + product and are calculated on 16" beam spacing.
For robotic traffic, ResinDek flooring panels are available with two different surface finishes: TriGard® ESD and MetaGard® SST. Both options can be applied to the full range of ResinDek flooring panels. The TriGard ESD finish on ResinDek panels utilizes a unique coating technology that is specifically engineered for the rigorous demands of ultra-high rolling traffic associated with robotic applications. ResinDek with MetaGard SST features a steel surface that encapsulates the ResinDek flooring panel and can withstand millions of repetitive cycles typically found with AGVs, especially in areas where dirt or debris accumulate 24/7 and is not routinely cleaned. In addition, we can customize the finish for any specification required.
TRIGARD ESD AND METAGARD SST - HEAVY DUTY FLOOR PANELS FOR AGV & AMR ROBOTIC TRAFFIC
To ensure the level flooring surface critical for the success of robotic navigation, Cornerstone Specialty Wood Products, LLC® offers a complete package of engineered fastening systems. These engineered solutions allow installers to securely fasten ResinDek® panels for robotic applications quickly and easily.
+ TOP SIDE ENGINEERED FASTENERS
Strong, durable, and easy to install, ResinDek® engineered fasteners secure the flooring panels with no countersinking or pre-drilling necessary. They are designed with wings near the top of the shaft that create a counter-bore for screw heads. The fasteners' number 2 square drive head works with the drill point to effortlessly penetrate steel decking thicknesses up to 12-gauge. To prevent the ResinDek® panels from lifting during installation, the fasteners are designed to drill through both the panel and steel decking before the threads engage.
Features of the top-side engineered fasteners:
+ Stand-Up Screwdriver for Engineered Fasteners
Designed specifically for panels that are secured from their top surface, Cornerstone's stand-up screwdriver works with collated strips of ResinDek® engineered fasteners. Together, the system cuts fastening costs by up to 40%, while its ergonomic design significantly reduces fatigue during installation.
Other stand-up screwdriver advantages include:
+ Collated Screws for Corrugated Metal Deck
Designed for applications in which ResinDek® panels are installed over structural metal B-Deck decking, Cornerstone's engineered fasteners work best with roll form beams and structural steel less than 3/16" thick. B-Deck valley widths less than 2-1/2" may not accommodate Cornerstone's stand-up screwdriver. Contact Cornerstone Specialty Wood Products for more guidance and recommendations.
+ INVISI-LOC® UNDERSIDE ENGINEERED FASTENING SYSTEM
The Invisi-Loc® under deck engineered fastening system is used to secure ResinDek® panels from underneath the mezzanine structure. This eliminates visible fasteners on the flooring surface. Dependable, economical, and easy to use, the fasteners and flooring panels can be installed with Cornerstone's pre-punched corrugated metal decking, which cuts installation time and eliminates metal shavings.
AGV & AMR CASE STUDIES
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SEE HOW AUTOMATED WAREHOUSE ROBOTS PERFORM ON RESINDEK FLOORING PANELS
The Flooring Solution for Robotic Traffic | Video Length: 2:03
ResinDek Flooring Panels Inside a Distribution Center | Video Length: 4:09
Elevated Flooring Solutions for AGVs and AMRs | Video Length: 2:54
MOBILE ROBOT FLOORING LITERATURE
RESINDEK FLOORING SPEC SHEETS
A number of independent evaluation and certification organizations have assessed ResinDek® engineered flooring panels to verify their suitability in multiple applications. These include IAPMO Uniform Evaluation Services (UES) verification that ResinDek® panels comply with multiple building codes and fire resistance ratings, including those from the International Building Code (IBC), International Residential Code (IRC), and Underwriters Laboratories (UL). Futher, IAPMO confirmed their suitability for use in Types I-V construction and as part of a fire-resistance rated assembly.
As part of Cornerstone Specialty Wood Products, LLC's commitment to environmental sustainability, all ResinDek® panels are certified by SCS Global Services for use of recycled materials and to have no added formaldehyde. They also contribute towards earning points for LEED® qualified buildings. ResinDek® panels may also be specified for construction with FSC® certified materials (FSC® License Code FSC-C124474).
+ Evaluation Service Report, Fire Compliance & UL
EVALUATION SERVICE REPORT & FIRE COMPLIANCE
A Uniform Evaluation Service Report has been issued by IAPMO's Uniform Evaluation Service (UES) verifying that Cornerstone's ResinDek® engineered flooring panels comply with International Building Code (IBC), International Residential Code (IRC) and UL Fire-Resistance Ratings.
ResinDek® panels were further evaluated by the ANSI-accredited, independent, third-party IAPMO organization for their suitability for use in Types I-V construction, and as part of a fire-resistance rated assembly (when properly installed). The rigorous assessment reviewed the panels' physical, structural, surface burning, fire-resistance, and ignition properties.
ResinDek panels are audited annually to provide the most up-to-date information possible to local building officials' review.
Two UES Reports on ResinDek engineered flooring panels are available and shared below: one for the United States, and the second for Canada and its provinces. Contact Cornerstone for more fire code compliance information.
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) certified ResinDek® engineered flooring panels as UL Classified for up to a 2-hour fire rated assembly under UL Design No. L701 and UL File No. R39265.
+ SCS, FSC & LEED
Environmental sustainability has been a fundamental value of Cornerstone Specialty Wood Products, LLC® since the beginning. Because our business relies on the manufacture of highly engineered products, we have specifically created processes that do not negatively affect the environment. As part of that commitment, we annually submit our ResinDek® engineered flooring panels for independent, third-party evaluation and certification of our Earth-friendly processes.
As part of Cornerstone's commitment to environmental stewardship — and to confirm our responsible use of the planet's natural resources — our ResinDek® engineered flooring panels are reviewed and validated by SCS Global Services annually. SCS is an international leader in third-party quality, environmental, and sustainability verification, certification, auditing, testing, and standards development.
Cornerstone's SCS Certifications are shared below.
Working to improve forest management around the world, the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) is not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the responsible use of this critical natural resource. Their certification confirms that the products that bear it are manufactured using sustainable environmental practices. Cornerstone's ResinDek® engineered flooring panels can be constructed with materials that have received FSC® Certification upon request.
Cornerstone's FSC Certification is shared below.
Established by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building rating system is the world's most widely used and recognized. Using Cornerstone's ResinDek® engineered flooring panels in construction can contribute to a variety of credits across both materials and resources and indoor environmental quality categories, as shown here.
CARE & Maintenance
WATCH THE FOLLOWING HOW-TO VIDEOS FOR RESINDEK FLOOR PANELS CARE AND MAINTENANCE
How To: Care and Maintain Your ResinDek® Mezzanine Flooring | Video Length: 0:53
Autonomous mobile robots work using a laser light to bounce off the surrounding environment so that it can detect any obstacles in the robot's physical space. This allows the robot to have a map of the surrounding area and its work environment. Large obstacles are easy for the robot to avoid but cracks in a concrete floor may not be as easy to detect and could cause damage to your autonomous mobile robot and potentially delay productivity ResinDek warehouse decking panels help to reduce the risk of these potential hazards by providing a flat, level flooring surface with long lasting durability.
AMRs are used for a variety of different tasks and applications. AMRs can be used for the following applications: