Face Consultants use the latest in digital flatness testing floor profilers, designed and built at our UK headquarters, to check both Defined and Free Movement floors to either TR34, DIN or the American F number specifications.
Face Consultants family of Digital floor flatness testing equipment includes:
The data can be extrapolated to determine compliance with DM1, DM2 or DM3 of TR34, EN 15620 or any F-min number specified.
The TR34 Appendix C and the ACI F-min Profileographs are identical and are the only true simulators of materials handling equipment in very narrow aisles
The FACE Digital DIN Profileograph measures the wheel paths of a narrow aisle truck in accordance with DIN 15185 (in the outer 2 wheel tracks). The extrapolated results, shown in easy to read coloured graphs, check longitudinal tolerances on 1m, 2m and 4m gauge lengths and the transverse elevation differences across the wheel tracks.
The VDMA Profileograph is a self propelled wheeled instrument which travels along the centreline of the VNA aisle taking continuous measurements for both transverse, longitudinal and FX number data as it does so.
The FACE Digital Property II Meter is the quick and simple way of testing the floors short wavelength profile against the property F limits of the Concrete Society’s Technical Report 34 (TR34).
The FACE digital DINmeter is a quick and easy instrument to check the floors compliance with Zeile 3 and 4 of DIN 18202.
The F-Speed Reader is the quick and easy way of testing a floor to the ASTM E1155 F number system.
The FACE Digital Transbar is an easy to use reference tool for contractors on site to undertake quick transverse elevation checks.
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