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Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 9:53:22 PM | Raised Computer Floor

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I'm currently working on a data center and would like to know if anyone out there has a family for "Raised Floor" or knows how to create one. Any help would be greatly appreciated...

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Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 11:07:28 PM | RE: Raised Computer Floor

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what do you mean raised floor? why can't you just create a floor? or, if it's a repeating detail, just create an external floor family... Smile

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Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 11:20:01 PM | RE: Raised Computer Floor

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It's a specific type of computer flooring. It's a panelized 2' x 2' grid that is typically raised 1'-0" to 2'-0" above the concrete slab. The panelized floor is supported by an network of adjustable piers that are 2'-0" O.C. It allows for easy cabling and power supply to and from the equipement. I'm new to Revit and was hoping for a shortcut, or some tips on how to create it myself.

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Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 8:02:51 PM | Raised Computer Floor

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I'll bring this thread back to the top because I had to include this type of floor on a project today. We're getting the system from these guys: http://www.asmproducts.com/ and was glad to see that they had BIM content available through ARCAT http://www.arcat.com/bim/clients/asmmodul.html?coid=40458

I didnt' use the panel elements, just used a typical revit floor to represent the panel thickness. The pedestal and stringer models come in real handy for scheduleing quantities and just looking awesome.



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Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 3:33:28 AM | Raised Computer Floor

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Dear, 

In process of Computer room design, selecting right type of raised floor is important aspect.Raised flooring offers lots of benefits as compared to its cost.supposed you can find the professional raised floor manufacturer to help you ,they have engineers.

this one for your reference:



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