|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||RMI, ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO18001|
|Model Number:||Mezzanine rack|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||20 ton|
|Price:||40~ 100 USD/ pallet location|
|Packaging Details:||Disposable package, 25 ton/ 40GP|
|Delivery Time:||20~120 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||5000 ton/month|
|Installation:||Warehouse Mezzanine Installation||Width:||Customized|
|Use:||Warehouse Rack||Feature:||Corrosion Protection Heavy Loading|
|Usage:||Warehouse Storage System|
A mezzanine floor is an intermediate floor between main floors of a building, and therefore typically not counted among the overall floors of a building. Often, a mezzanine is low-ceilinged and projects in the form of a balcony. The term is also used for the lowest balcony in a theatre, or for the first few rows of seats in that balcony. The word mezzanine comes from Italian mezzano “middle".
In industrial applications, mezzanine floor systems are semi-permanent floor systems typically installed within buildings, built between two permanent original stories. These structures are usually free standing and in most cases can be dismantled and relocated. Commercially sold mezzanine structures are generally constructed of three main materials; steel, aluminium, and fibreglass. The decking or flooring of a mezzanine will vary by application but is generally composed of b-deck underlayment and wood product finished floor or a heavy duty steel, aluminium or fibreglass grating.
The mezzanine is often used in shops and similar spaces for storage of tools or materials. The high roof of the shop is ideal for a mezzanine, and offices can be put either below or above it. Mezzanines are frequently used in industrial operations such as warehousing, distribution or manufacturing. These facilities have high ceilings, allowing unused space to be utilized within the vertical cube. Industrial mezzanine structures are typically either structural, roll formed, rack-supported, or shelf supported, allowing high density storage within the mezzanine structure.
The most common use of a mezzanine floor is for storage. This normally means utilising either a combination of short and longspan shelving below and above the floor. Many businesses will use one level for one purpose e.g. storage and the 2nd level for an office.
Office mezzanines can be built in the warehouse and factory environment and by using composite or steel partitions with glazing can create the right work environment. All welfare facilities such as canteens and toilets can be part of the self contained offices.
Mezzanines are often used in retail to increase the selling space and or the storage back of store. When mezzanine floors are used in retail there are stringent regulations as in the floor has to be fire rated, the stairs are for public access and the hand rail is suitable for public use.
Other mezzanine uses include increasing space for production, packing, sorting etc.
"It is often a lack of space that holds back businesses from growing." The lower cost option to relocation could be a mezzanine floor.