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  • Premier Mezzanine Flooring Panels by Cornerstone

    Mezzanine Floors More than 20 years ago Greg Doppler, founder of Cornerstone Specialty Wood Products , invented the ResinDek mezzanine flooring panel. Since then, we have been leaders of research and development in the field of engineered wood floor panels for the material handling industry. Our goal is to help our customers solve problems through innovative designs and long-lasting durability. As a result, we perform extensive in-house testing of our products. Additionally, we send our products out to independent laboratories for a variety of performance tests. Read more......

  • All the Codes and Guidelines

    When finishing the design of your mezzanine, it is important to make sure that it will meet OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) mezzanine requirements, especially if this is a workplace mezzanine. This will reduce risks for the employees as well as the employers as the mezzanines will be up to code, making them safe to use. Some of the more important regulations include fall protection, fall protection systems and guardrail systems. In the handbook they are found under Duty to Have Fall Protection , Fall Protection Systems Criteria and...

  • More Space for the Office

    For most businesses, when the business begins to rapidly grow it is considered a great thing. They are able to expand the customer base, which can then lead to hiring of more employees, which can then lead to a larger profit. And in a capitalism based society, more money is always a good thing. However one issue that can arise with a rapidly growing office environment is the rapid decline of office space. With more employees and more customers, it is understandable to find yourself with a lot more stuff....

  • A Mezzanine in the Google Store?

    Recently, Google announced that it would be opening its first retail store in the Irish city of Dublin. You read that right: Google is opening a Google store. According to this Bloomberg News article, the store will sell unspecified Google merchandise. Hmm. According to the same article, Google is currently the largest producer of smartphone software. I'd be surprised if Google opened a physical retail location only to sell smartphone software to window shoppers. I won't speculate about whether Google is planning to displace Apple (whose business model involves selling...

  • The Benefits of Mezzanine Floors

    What comes to your mind when you hear the words mezzanine floor? It's likely to be one or two items on a short list of possibilities. If you thought of a balcony at a theatre or sports arena, you wouldn't be wrong, nor would you be wrong if you thought of space expansion utilities in factories and warehouses. Both possibilities serve the same purpose: they expand the amount of usable space within an existing structure. A theatre operator's motivations for including a mezzanine floor in his or her theatre are...

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Mezzanine Floors

Mezzanine floors are platforms used in mezzanine systems to create space for storage and for other applications. Mezzanines are raised areas that expand the workspace and storage capacity of warehouses, factories, retail spaces, archives, wineries, auto dealerships and a great diversity of other settings. They are most widely used in factories and warehouses, both of which industrial settings are often confronted with the problem of efficient space management.

As manufacturing, distribution and supply operations grow, they consume more work space. When an operation reaches the limits of its facility’s capacity, an adjustment must be made. Companies facing this situation can relocate to new facilities, expand current facilities, do nothing (and accept the indefinite stagnation of business) or they can construct mezzanines. Industrial mezzanines effectively double the capacity of the spaces in which they are installed and provide extra workspace, storage and even office space. They can be constructed for a fraction of the costs associated with expansion of current facilities or construction of new buildings; construction materials and labor, building permits, taxes and other expenses are completely avoided by the construction of mezzanines.

Mezzanine floors are the main component of mezzanine systems. They are supported by a collection of beams, columns and fasteners, which are designed to minimize impedance of operations below the platform. Common mezzanine floor construction materials include plywood, diamond treaded steel, welding bar and metal plank gratings, various poly texture panels and many other materials. Mezzanine floors can be bolted together over and around existing storage and work areas. Electrical conduits, water pipes and other utilities can be integrated into mezzanine floors by running them through web bar joists, especially on structural and steel mezzanines. Mezzanine floors have to be carefully chosen in order to be appropriate for a given application. Dimensions like building ceiling height, workspace surface area, weight-capacity-per-square-foot and other important considerations must all be made in advance of construction in order to ensure safe and effective mezzanine use. Other important considerations include the total linear feet of deck handrail and the number of sets of stairs needed. Stairs can feature closed, open-tread or bar grating, among other options. In some buildings, specific spacing of columns may be required in order to meet building codes.

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