Access panels for Wooden floor

Access panels for Wooden floor: sometimes there is a wine cellar under the subfloor or just a storage cellar which is accessed through a hatch. We will transform this hatch into a crafted access panel perfectly integrated into the floor taking care to minimize its impact over the floor look. It will become a design element which will make your wooden floor even more precious.

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Access panels for Wooden floor

Access panels for Wooden floor: sometimes there is a wine cellar under the subfloor or just a storage cellar which is accessed through a hatch. We will transform this hatch into a crafted access panel perfectly integrated into the floor taking care to minimize its impact over the floor look. It will become a design element which will make your wooden floor even more precious. Each access panel is bespoke crafted in situ.

Below are some schematic samples to achieve a floor access panel after the process of wooden flooring:

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  1. Wooden joist;
  2. Original wooden floor (pine boards);
  3. Sub-floor;
  4. Resting frame for the original hatch;
  5. Original hatch;
  6. Initial hatch contour gap;
  7. Resulted access panel contour gap of 2mm;
  8. New wooden floor;
  9. Embedded handles;
  10. Visible or concealed hinges;
  11. Automatic opening lid and stay;
  12. Hydraulic damper unit.

Initially structure, before hardwood flooring:

Access panel before wooden flooring

Schematic of simple floor access panel after hardwood flooring:

Simple access panel after wooden flooring

Schematic diagram of floor access panel with ”visible” applied hinges, 180° opening, and hydraulic damper on closing:

Floor acces panel in wooden flooring - hinges with 180° opening, embedded handle and hydraulic damper on closing

Schematic diagram of floor access panel with ”visible” applied hinges, max 103° opening, automatic opening lid stay and hydraulic damper on closing:

Access panel with automatic opening lid and stay, hinges and closing damper, after hardwood flooring

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