Mezzanine flooring is a transitional floor in the middle of the main floor of a building and because of this they aren’t usually counted as an overall floor in the building. Mezzanine floors are often low ceilinged projects in the form of balconies. There are different types of mezzanine floors.
Freestanding mezzanine flooring is fixed within a facility with structural columns bolted to the floor. This type of mezzanine flooring doesn’t take up a lot of space and is great in facilities where loading requirements are not an important factor.
Racking and shelf supported mezzanine
This type of mezzanine flooring is utilizing wasted space above racking and shelves. This form of mezzanine is supported by pallet racks or shelving systems that eliminate the need for structural columns for support. These mezzanine systems allow you to maximize the space by offering storage underneath and above.
Catwalk Mezzanine provides suspended walkways from the first level of storage and between the second level of storage. This allows for easy access to products on the second level of flooring. These walkways are good at maintaining the traffic flow within a facility.
Full mat mezzanine
Full mat mezzanine flooring is a combination of the catwalk and freestanding storage systems. These types of mezzanine floors are easily installed around the existing workplace of shelving areas.
There are all types of mezzanine floors and different materials you can build them from. You can customize the mezzanine to be designed according to what you need in your facility specifically. Double the floor space and maximize overall storage and productivity.