Tate Access Flooring

Raised access flooring has significantly altered the way office space is managed and used. By creating an empty space between the original floor and the newly installed raised access flooring, cables, wires and air ducts can be safely tucked underfoot. If repairs or reconfigurations are needed, the utilities can easily be reached by raising just a panel, not the whole floor. Naturally, several manufacturers have risen to meet the needs of a growing market. But not all are the same.

Tate access flooring are known as the industry leader in access flooring. Combining high durability and a design range to fit any taste, Tate access flooring have been improving the functionality and aesthetics of offices the world over. Access flooring make it possible to hide unsightly ducts and wires below the floors surface, while maintaining an easy way to get to them should the need arise.

The manufacturing process of Tate Access Flooring incorporates many initiatives to lower the environmental impacts. These include significantly lowering the amounts of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) produced in the production process to almost zero. VOCs contribute to global warming, as the main component of the compound is methane gas. The VOCs are used in the paint production line of the manufacturing process. Another element of the manufacturing process that has been introduced to lower environmental impacts is a system through which 100% of grey water used in the panel cement auto-fill line is recycled.



Fieldmans Access Floors Ltd has been successfully installing raised access floors across London, all of the UK and abroad since 1993, quality and client satisfaction are always the highest priority .

There are 2 key factors that have helped our company become one of the leading Access Flooring companies in the UK:

  • We are completely independent allowing us to use the product that is correct for our clients’ requirements.
  • We directly employ our staff, negating the need for any reliance on subcontractors.

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