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Specify raised access floor panels with low embodied carbon

New variant of the office flooring specifier's favourite product comes with 86 per cent recycled content

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Kingspan RMG600+: Raising the bar on access flooring for offices.
Kingspan RMG600+: Raising the bar on access flooring for offices.

Building materials manufacturer Kingspan has launched a market-first raised access floor panel for commercial office specifications.

RMG600+ is part of the firm's new Lower Embodied Carbon (LEC) range. It provides the same strength and performance as the standard RMG600 access floor panel, but contains a minimum of 86 per cent recycled content.

RMG600+ panels are tested to the industry-leading PSA: 2021 standard to medium grade and come backed by a full 25-year warranty.

Lower embodied carbon in every panel
Demonstrating a 57 per cent reduction (A1-C) per panel, compared with the 2021 RMG600 Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), which was verified to EN 15804+A2: 2019 standard.


Kingspan RMG600+ is certified with an EPD and material passport, which brings together all material information and provides absolute transparency around the makeup and DNA of Kingspan products, from the source right through to production.


PSA-approved with a 25-year warranty
Tested to PSA Medium Grade in accordance with PSA MOB PF2 PS/SPU: 2021 for raised access floors with a 25-year total system warranty.

'Our customers are confident in specifying the ultimate raised-access floor solution from an environmental, performance and safety perspective,' says Kingspan Data & Flooring divisional sustainability manager, Debra Smith.

'Working in close collaboration, together we are futureproofing the commercial office sector and net zero carbon emissions environment.'

Start your low carbon journey with Kingspan Data &Flooring

Kingspan products are installed in the most prestigious buildings in the UK, Ireland and across the globe with a history that dates back to the origins of access floors.

The company is a pioneer in the sector, continually developing innovative commercial office products.

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