PREPARATION OF THE FOUNDATION
For the installation of floors in new warehouses, a rigid, sand-crushed stone base is best suited as a base. Since it is not subject to physical changes during operation. What can not be said about natural soils: dusty sands, loam, clay soils and others.
Next, we lay a concrete floor of a certain thickness and a certain degree of reinforcement on this prepared base, depending on operational loads.
TOPPING LAYER FOR STRENGTHENING
However, the concrete floor gets dusty during operation and quickly collapses under the influence of loads. Therefore, we arrange a floor covering. Its strengthening top layer.
The task of concrete is to remain in an undisturbed state and keep the racks with stored products in a stable position. It must be rigid enough to withstand point static loads.
At the same time, the topping layer protects against dynamic loads associated with friction, dragging, impact impacts on the surface and frequent exposure to constantly moving loaders.
Therefore, we do a thorough survey of customers and collect the most complete data on all upcoming loads that the floor of your warehouse will experience. Of course, all your wishes are taken into account, but our main task is to ensure that the warehouse floor structure works for you.
TYPES OF LOADS THAT THE WAREHOUSE FLOOR MUST WITHSTAND
Warehouse floors are designed to withstand both static and dynamic types of loads. Static loads occur during the storage of products, and dynamic loads appear as a result of the movement of warehouse equipment and equipment on the territory of the warehouse.