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Maximus Pedestal Systems

Elevate Your Flooring to New Heights with Maximus Pedestal Systems

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Maximus Pedestal Systems offer unparalleled solutions for elevated flooring, ensuring rapid water outflow, durability, and superior load ratings. Designed for ease of installation and maintenance, our systems provide excellent thermal insulation and absorption for expansion, creating seamless connections and elevated platforms for running services, conduits, and pipes. Ideal for retrofitting and low-height areas, Maximus Pedestals can be installed over existing substrates or new surfaces. With load capacities tested up to 2,204 lbs (1,000 kg), these systems are perfect for concrete, porcelain, natural stone, marble, granite, and various decking materials.

Maximus Pedestal Systems Features

Maximus Pedestal Systems are engineered to perform on every type of membrane system, including liquid, bituminous, and synthetic. The innovative design allows for easy corner installation without cutting, simple base removal for extenders, and efficient slope correction with stackable gradient correctors. Whether you need elevated flooring for pre-existing floors, cement foundations, or various substrates, Maximus Pedestal Systems are your go-to solution for reliable, long-lasting performance.

Simplicity of Maximus Pedestal Systems

Compared to other pedestal systems, Maximus Pedestal Systems are remarkably simple, featuring only three SKUs that cover a broad range of needs. This simplicity not only streamlines the selection process but also ensures that you have the right components for any project, reducing complexity and inventory management.

    • Maximus Senior Standard Pedestal Unit:
    • Adjustable from 1.77 inches (45mm) to 5.71 inches (145mm). Perfect for a variety of applications requiring robust support.
    • Maximus Junior Standard Pedestal Unit:
    • Ranges from 0.79 inches (20mm) to 1.77 inches (45mm), ideal for projects with lower height requirements.
    • Maximus Extender:
    • Provides an additional height of 3.94 inches (100mm), allowing for flexibility and customization in your pedestal system.


      • Rapid Water Outflow: Ensures quick drainage, preventing water accumulation.
      • Durable and Load Rated: Withstands up to 2,204 lbs (1,000 kg), ensuring stability.
      • Speed of Installation: Quick and efficient setup saves time and labor costs.
      • Increased Thermal Insulation: Enhances energy efficiency by improving insulation.
      • Excellent Absorption for Expansion: Prevents cracking and damage from temperature changes.
      • Elevated System for Services: Allows easy installation of services, conduits, and pipes.
      • Ease of Maintenance: Simplifies upkeep with accessible design.
      • Seamless Connections: Creates a smooth, level surface for a polished finish.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I use a Maximus pedestal in a corner, do I cut anything?
No, the base of the Maximus pedestal is designed to be pushed hard up into a corner without cutting.

How much weight can the Maximus pedestal hold?
The Maximus system has been load tested to 2,204 lbs (1,000 kg) in an Australian NATA certified laboratory.

What are the best substrates to use the Maximus system?
Concrete substrates achieve the best performance with the Maximus system.

What compatible materials can be used?
Engineered porcelain (minimum 20mm), natural stone, marble, granite, prefabricated concrete, decking (mod wood, timber).

Where can I use the Maximus pedestal system?
On pre-existing floors, cement foundations, and all types of membrane systems including liquid, bituminous, and synthetic.

How do I remove the base to add 100mm extenders?
Hold the body of the pedestal in one hand and turn the base anti-clockwise until it unclicks. Separate the base from the pedestal, place an extender into the base, and turn it clockwise until it clicks into position. Sit the pedestal on top of the extender and turn it clockwise until it clicks into position.

How do the slope correctors work?
Each slope corrector is designed with a gradient to compensate for substrate falls. Add the slope corrector to the bottom of the pedestal, and it will locate into the guide spaces on the base. To increase gradient, add additional slope correctors, which can be stacked together.