Libraries are quiet learning environments. And today they include a myriad of computers, workstations and terminals that require power and data connectivity. In addition, circulation desks, research stations and seating desks require power and data ports to access modern technology.
A Gridd low profile adaptive cabling distribution system provides superior cabling management that eliminates the clutter caused by running cabling over ceilings and down power poles. It is acoustically engineered to be solid and virtually silent. And outlets for computers and power can be relocated anywhere in the floor in minutes.
The quick-connect Gridd Low Profile Access Floor System goes together with ease. Open areas are installed at 1,000 square feet per day, per installer, and adjustable border components fill the gaps quickly without custom work or metal-cutting. ADA-compliant ramp components are only 16” long, taking up far less space than other raised floors. In new construction projects, the slab is suppressed to accommodate the floor – no ramps required and great flexibility from day one.
Adaptive cabling distribution is ideal for the modern library. Circulation desks, research stations, study carrels, desks and seating areas all need power and data ports handy to feed the growing demand for modern technology. The Gridd system is perfect for this environment.
With Gridd, personnel can make changes in seconds, without tools. Simply remove the flooring tile, and lift the channel plates by hand. Cables can be installed and reconnected in minutes instead of hours.
Gridd is the optimal cable management solution to service laptops, monitors, projectors and displays–bringing power, voice, data and AV to the student, while avoiding the visual clutter of poles and the tripping hazard of cables plugged into wall outlets.
Gridd has been acoustically engineered to be solid and virtually silent. You won’t know you’re walking on a raised floor.