Tate’s line of laminated porcelain raised floor panels offer the ultimate combination of aesthetic and flexibility. With a variety of aesthetics and colors to choose from, these tiles can enhance the architectural form and space of a building. The porcelain panels come in two primary designs: One-Piece and Multi-Piece, and the factory laminated porcelain access floor panels come with an edge banding that produces clean even lines that appear more like grouted tiles.

One-Piece Design
The one-piece layout design is a common grid with a single factory laminated porcelain tile. This design can utilize any aesthetic or be combined in conjunction with other aesthetics to produce a unique tiled appearance. 

Multi-Piece Design
The multi-piece design contains multiple pieces of porcelain of any aesthetic and color combination on a single panel. Each piece of porcelain has been individually edge banded to create a unique look that helps blend the access floor grid to look as a custom tiled surface. 

Laminated Porcelain Panels

All of Tate's porcelain designs are factory laminated to our ConCore steel panel and is used in conjunction with our stringer understructure system. The combination of the steel panel and stringer system provides superior acoustics and strength. 

The edge banding creates a more consistent looking seam with a grouted tile appearance. The edge banding is available in almost unlimited colors to allow for contrasting or blended seams that can create completely customized looks.

Porcelain Tile Aesthetics and Colors 

Tate maintains a limited quantity of our standard one-piece color options in stock for fast turnarounds on project requests. To view these standard colors and other aesthetic options available visit our samples gallery.