Raised floor supports

Selection of raised floor props according to loads:

1. For pedestrian area. Based on the type of flooring and the permissible load per slab. The distributed load per square meter is multiplied
by the area of the slab to obtain the load per slab. The same load acts on the deck bracket, on which the 4 corners of the neighboring
slabs rest. If there is a post under each corner, this is the load on the post. The load increases in proportion to the strut spacing. If the
strut spacing is 1200, the load increases by a factor of 2. If the spacing is 900, the load increases by one and a half times.

2. To select a rack as part of the equipment frame, the weight of the equipment must be converted into a distributed load along the
frame. The length of the enclosure along the frame is taken into account. The depth of the cabinet does not matter. The table shows the
most common standard sizes of 600, 800 and 1000. The weight of the enclosure is divided by the enclosure dimension and the distributed
load per linear meter of the frame is obtained.

3. Based on the distributed load on the frame and the selected strut spacing, the strut type is selected. The distributed load on the
frame is multiplied by the strut spacing to obtain the concentrated load on the strut. The load is absorbed by two longitudinal profiles,
but during installation it may turn out that one side of the frame will take the entire load from the enclosure, so the entire load on each
profile is taken into account in the calculation. The rack load is then determined based on the pitch of the posts.

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