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Mezzanine Floor Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Santa Ana, CA 800-394-7699

    As a manufacturer of mezzanines, including inplant modular offices, exterior steel buildings, guard buildings, fork liftable and crane liftable buildings, multi-level buildings and mezzanines, Abtech offers turnkey installations or packages for install by end user. Our modular structures are constructed of steel, are free-standing & manufactured under strict quality control methods.

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  • Vancouver, WA 360-576-1171

    Since 1982, Equipment Roundup Manufacturing has manufactured products such as mezzanines. Our mezzanine structures include mezzanine systems, mezzanine floors, industrial mezzanines & plant mezzanines. Like other customers, you will discover the difference our enthusiastic can-do attitude brings. We help you discover solutions to problems you may not have considered. Your success is our success.

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  • Nappanee, IN 574-646-2015

    Are you looking for a ready-to-use mezzanine? Our team can handle the design and install so that when we're done, it is ready for you to go to work. When you choose PWI we drastically increase your workspace, in many cases customers create new work or additional storage space. Our steel mezzanines are an affordable alternative to new construction and ensures you are getting the most out of your existing space. A mezzanine costs a fraction of new construction and doesn't require building permits.

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  • Salem, IN 502-231-9226

    Since 1985, Donobrog has been providing low cost easy mezzanines, inplant offices, pick modules, pallet racking and shelving systems…. “Turn Key – New and Used””. Sales, Engineering, Fabrication and Installation. Our labor also can tear down, move, re-assemble and repair existing storage systems. Contact us to discuss your facility improvements.

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  • Cincinnati, OH 888-755-3048

    ResinDek® flooring is the solution for mezzanines, work platforms, pick module flooring, and equipment storage. ResinDek® panels have been installed in distribution centers, manufacturing plants, cold storage facilities and many other applications because of its strength, durability, versatility, and variety.

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  • Blairsville, GA 800-636-3873

    Since 1995 Panel Built has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of industrial mezzanines for many industries. Our high-quality products are durable and have long-lasting performance. All of our products are made in Panel Built’s state of the art facilities. Along with our standard line of mezzanines, Panel Built works with our customers to create custom mezzanines to fit their needs. Contact us today to learn more!

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Mezzanine Floors Industry Information

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.

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Design of Mezzanine Floors

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 threaded 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.

Uses for Mezzanine Floors

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.



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