Plot fixtures are used in construction applications, particularly in projects involving the installation of raised floor systems or terraces. In the following, I will explain what these accessories are used for:
- Centre spreader cross brace: The centre spreader cross brace is an accessory used to maintain an even distance between plots or pedestals in the centre of a raised floor installation. It helps to ensure that the plots are spaced equidistantly, which is critical for stability and even load distribution on the raised surface. This is important to ensure a strong and level raised floor.
- Straight spacer: A straight spacer is an accessory used to maintain a uniform spacing between plots or pedestals in straight lines in a raised floor installation. These spacers are essential to create an aligned and level structure, making it easier to place panels, planks or other materials on the raised surface.
- Rail adaptor: Rail adapters are used to connect or fit rails, beams or support structures to plots or pedestals. They allow for a smooth transition between plots and support components, which is important in applications where the attachment of additional elements such as rails or load bearing brackets is required.
- Centre battens adaptor: The centre battens adaptor is a specific accessory used to fix or connect battens or beams in the centre of plots or pedestals. This is useful when additional support is needed in the centre of the structure, which may be necessary for projects that require greater strength and stability in that area.