Free Movement Floors

Having a floor that meets free movement standards will ultimately result in a more efficient operation.

Free movement floors refer to areas where materials handling equipment operates in random, non-defined directions and have an infinite number of travel paths.

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Floors in manufacturing, retail and distribution, where materials handling equipment are free to move in any direction, are measured by Face Consultants, using the latest digital equipment in accordance with the latest measurement standards.

In addition, surface regularity can be checked to ‘BS8204 – Part 2:2003’ straight edge specifications SR1, SR2 and SR3.

Measurement Standards

TR34 4th Edition

TR34 4th Edition

The Concrete Society’s TR34 Free Movement (4th Edition) Classifications

TR34 3rd Edition

TR34 3rd Edition

The Concrete Society’s TR34 Free Movement (3rd Edition) Classifications

Surface Regularity

Surface Regularity

can be checked to ‘BS 8204-2:2003+A2:2011’ straight edge specifications SR1, SR2 and SR3

Comparison table for Free Movement Specifications

Flatness Comparisons

Comparison table for Free Movement Specifications

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Floor flatness testing equipment including profileographs, DINmeters and F-Speed reader

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