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A mezzanine floor is a floor constructed between two main floors of a building. It is, therefore, typically not included in the overall floor count of a building. A mezzanine is often low ceilinged and projects outwards in the form of a balcony. In industries, mezzanine floors are semi-permanent floor systems typically installed within buildings and built between two permanent original stories. Mezzanine floors are usually free-standing, so they can be dismantled and reinstalled in a new location. Read More…

Mezzanine Floors Mezzanine floors are platforms used in mezzanine systems to create space for storage and for other applications.
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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.

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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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Equipment Roundup Manufacturing $$$

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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PWI $$$

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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Donobrog, Inc. $$$

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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Cornerstone Specialty Wood Products, LLC $$$

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 that are commercially sold are built from three main materials: aluminum, steel, and fiberglass.The flooring of mezzanine floors varies, but it is generally constructed using b-deck underlayment and finished flooring made of wood. They can also be composed of aluminum, heavy-duty steel, or fiberglass grating.Industrial mezzanine floors are typically roll-formed, structural, shelf supported, or rack supported, allowing the storage of high-density equipment within the mezzanine floor.

Types of Mezzanine Floors

The different types of mezzanine floors include:

Rack Supported Mezzanine Floors

These types of mezzanine floors are constructed without structural columns. They are supported by shelving systems as well as pallet racks. They offer dense storage space for equipment both on top and underneath.

rack supported mezzanine

Rack supported mezzanine floors effectively enhance space. They are ideal for goods that are small and medium-sized. The movement of goods in these types of mezzanine floors generally occurs through forklifts, hydraulic lifting, or hydraulic pallet trucks.

Steel Structural Mezzanine Floor

These types of mezzanine floors are supported by steel columns. They are high-level platforms that are independent of the main building structure. They are supported by shelving, which enhances their storage capacity.

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They make maximum use of the height of the available premises. Steel structural mezzanine floors can increase the surface area threefold, allowing them to be used as changing rooms, storage space, offices, etc. Moreover, they can bear heavy cargo load, given that the construction is made with I-beams for support.

Concrete Mezzanine Floor

These are one of the most durable types. They are designed with a high point load, and noise transmission via the floor is minimal. Corrugated steel VL decking is used on the concrete floor. Consequently, a pour stop for expanding the concrete floor up to 6 inches (15 cm) is provided. Concrete mezzanine floors are mostly utilized in high-capacity industrial applications.

Applications of Mezzanine Floors

  • Mezzanine floors are mostly utilized in shops and similar spaces to store tools and materials. This means using either a combination of short or long-span shelving above and below the floor. Offices can be put either above or below if the shop has a high roof. Office mezzanines can be constructed in the factory and warehouse environment using composite or steel partitions.
  • Mezzanine floors are mostly utilized in industrial operations, including warehousing, manufacturing, or distribution. This is so because the high ceilings of these facilities allow unused space to be used within the vertical cube.
  • Mezzanine floors are used in retail to increase selling space and back storage. There are stringent regulations when mezzanine floors are utilized in retail as the floor has to be fire-rated, and the stairs are used for public access. The handrail is suitable for use by the public.

Benefits of Mezzanine Floors

  • Mezzanine floors bring more space without having to move the business location.
  • They are a cost-efficient way of maximizing the available space.
  • They can be quickly installed without disruption to the business.
  • Mezzanine floors increase business output and performance by using all available space and organizing it to suit specific needs.
  • They can be customized and have flexible designs.
  • Mezzanine floors are relocatable and portable. They can be carried to the new location when the premises are moved.

What to Consider When Purchasing a Mezzanine Floor

  • Number of mezzanine levels needed
  • If more levels should be added
  • Height of the mezzanine floor
  • Whether the mezzanine needs to be fire-rated
  • Planning permission
  • Whether building control should be contacted
  • Amount of weight the floor can bear
  • What floor finish is suitable

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