The ‘A’ extension module for the Tecrostar mezzanine TS 4 allows to extend the mezzanine in the direction of the primary beams.
Adding this extension, you can get up to 8m² of extra surface.
If the extension module is going to be assembled once the mezzanine TS 4 is already installed, the main module should not have any load on it.
The ‘A’ Extension TS 4 kit includes 2 height-adjustable simple pillars and a light slab adjustable in width and length (extendible up to 5m²) with the exact same features as the Mezzanine TS 4. It also includes the supporting floor, that is formed by structural wooden boards to cover the entire surface.
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|Kind of product||Extensions kits|
|Maximum height above the flooring board (cm)||233|
|Minimum height above the flooring board (cm)||160|
|Height-adjustable every (cm)||12,1|
|Width/Lenght-adjustable every (cm)||10|
|Material and finish of the structure||Structural steel painted with powder coating|
|Flooring material||European Radiata pine plywood 18 mm thick|
|Net weight (Kg)||93|
|Gross weight (Kg with packaging)||125|
Tecrostar mezzanines and stairs are supplied with everything you need to install the kit at its maximum surface area or height.
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Yes, you can add an extension to an existing mezzanine. You do not need to buy both structures at the same time.
No, the extension cannot be integrated and share columns. However, structures can be placed side by side and achieve continuity of the floor but you will not save any columns and there will be two columns together at the joints.
Tecrostar products are manufactured with the most suitable materials for the proposed technical solutions, combining wood, steel and top quality aluminium.
TECRO has earned certification from the AEM, the federation of Spanish materials handling. We have also received a Gold Medal Award of Merit from the INPEX (Invention and New Product Exposition), the top award for innovation at the largest Invention Exposition in the USA.