Stick ALUCAST

Alucast is an aluminium die-cast panel of great strength. Alucast is suitable for industrial and high-tech clean room installations, and for rooms with non-magnetic requirements.
The panel is suitable for all the soft coverings normally used for access flooring.


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Access floor panel

Bullet3 Composition :
The Alucast panel is made up as follows :

- A top distributor plate, 3 mm thick.
- A double peripheral reinforced rib.
- A network of central ribs.

The monolithic conception of Alucast panels enables to reach the levels of performance and accuracy required for high-tech applications

Bullet3 Coverings :
The Alucast panel, plain or perforated, is available with the following finishes :
- Vinyl
- Rubber.
The Alucast gratings (AF5 and AF6) are available rough or epoxy painted.

Bullet3 Dimensions :
Standard size: 600 mm

Bullet3 Options :
Range of perforations :
- Alucast PF 1 : Perforated panel, 7% free area.
- Alucast PF 2 : Perforated panel, 11% free area.
- Alucast PF 3 : Perforated panel, 15% free area.
- Alucast PF 4 : Perforated panel, 22% free area.
- Alucast AF 5 : Grating, 40% free area.
- Alucast AF 6 : Grating, 60% free area.

Bullet3 Fire classification:
Without covering, the Alucast panel is classed M0 (incombustible), by nature.

Bullet3 Electrical resistance :
It varies from 5x105 to 2x1012 ohms, depending on the properties of the covering.

Bullet3 Acoustic :

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Load Classes
  Framework Class Certificate
Alucast
self-supporting
6A ( or 6B or 6C )
nr 03.10.30.13
Alucast PF4 (22% )
self-supporting
6A ( or 6B or 6C )
nr 03.10.30.14

Survey Institute : SOCOTEC CONSULTING.
All technical changes reserved without further notice.

NB :A system classed 6A is a system for which the ultimate load is at least 12 kN ( load class 6 ).
The working load of this system is at least 6kN, with a safety factor of 2, for a deflection less than 2.5mm ( deflection class A).
See tables below for the other classes.
   

Load classes according to NF EN 12825
and using safety factor = 2.0

LOAD CLASS 1 2 3 4 5 6
Ultimate load > 4 kN > 6 kN > 8 kN > 9 kN > 10 kN > 12 kN
Working load > 2 kN > 3 kN > 4 kN > 4.5 kN > 5 kN > 6 kN
Deflection class Maximum deflection
A ( the most stringent )
2.5 mm
B 3.0 mm
C ( the least stringent )
4.0 mm