NORTEC raised floor
Renewal date 22 December 2018
Lindner NORTEC is a raised floor system for the interior fit-out of buildings and consists of factory-made, industrially pre-finished, modular components: raised floor panel, substructure elements and structural accessories. The raised floor system is created by the assembly of the single components to a compound floor structure. The floor construction allows access to the cavity at any place by lifting of single raised floor panels, e.g. to perform maintenance on underfloor building service installations. Standard grid dimensions are 600 x 600 mm.
NORTEC raised floors are developed as complete systems. The non-combustible carrier panels are made from fibre-reinforced calcium sulphate – recovered paper, recycled gypsum and reprocessed water – at the Lindner factory in Dettelbach. The raised floor substructure consists of steel pedestals. These are formed and afterwards galvanized at the Lindner headquarters in Arnstorf.
NORTEC raised floors are individually manufactured for each project according to the particular requirements regarding fire protection, load-bearing capacity, floor height and sound protection. The floor surface can be equipped with a variety of coverings, such as elastic and textile materials, wood or stone tiles.
NORTEC with rubber and substructure; norament 928 grano ed F4871, F4879, F4882, F4884 (color codes)
NORTEC with substructure
NORTEC with rubber; norament 928 grano ed F4871, F4879, F4882, F4884 (color codes)
The C2C Certified™ NORTEC raised floor is available in a non-conductive and a conductive version,
with panel thickness of 30-38mm and with or without steel sheet on bottom.