A compact ‘robot’, the FloorProfiler, accurately maps the entire floor. All data is sent directly to a certified, secured computer. This makes it impossible to manipulate the stored information, guaranteeing 100% reliable measurement results. Clear graphics and a clear report show the situation: Is the floor sufficiently flat? Where are possible bottlenecks?
In addition to clear graphics and a clear report you may expect a professional advice. Pieter Hendriks, owner of PACC Floorservice can exactly explain the status of the floor and even more important: he can advise you about possible measurements you should take if the floor doesn’t meet the set standards.
Feel free to make an appointment without obligation if you have any questions.
Specialized in flatness for high-rise warehouses
DIN 18202, DIN 15185, VDMA, NEN 2747
Flatness measurements, Overlap, Grinding, Flexible joint transition, Advice
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Less wear and tear of the work floor
Safe work environment
More time savings
Less wear and tear of machines
The flatter a floor is, the less unrest an operator experiences with his truck and less vibrations result in a higher speed. Of course we are not talking about tens of kilometers an hour, yet differences that seem small can bring a decent result.
Warehouses are becoming increasingly efficient thanks to forklifts that can store and/or collect goods at great heights. While driving, the driver takes his complete cabin many meters up. If a floor isn’t flat, a vehicle starts wobbling. You won’t hardly notice this just above the ground but as you go further up, it will feel like you are in a rollercoaster and the situation can become unsafe or the efficiency can be negated.
Our markets are located throughout Europe, yet mainly in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland.