Archive for ‘Decking Materials’

Resin Coated Panels

This type of decking is in common use for lorry beds and public access areas such as air bridges.

It is often used for bridges for its good non-slip properties. As a composite material it cannot be easily recycled.

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Fibreglass Gratings

Fibreglass decking is a composite material supplied in sheet form.

It has very good slip resistance and in some forms good light penetration. It is often used for bridges or areas of decking where slipping is seen as a hazard. It is not good …

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Re-cycled Polyethylene

This is supplied in various size of boards and can be recycled ( albeit ) to a lower grade polymer at the end of the product life. It is most affected by temperature and requires extra support and special fixings.

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Composite Boards

These comprise a composite of polyethylene and wood. They are designed to replicate the appearance of a timber deck although they react more to changes of temperature than other materials. Composite materials cannot be easily recycled.

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Metallic Decking

This can be either steel or aluminium grating. Unlike most composites this material can be recycled when the product is dismantled. It also allows light penetration. The most common use is where a heavy duty use is anticipated. It is not recommended for bridges.

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Standard Hardwood Decking

Standard products are decked with Massaranduba hardwood boards. Massaranduba is a Brazilian hardwood with a very durable rating. Boards are 145 wide x 21mm thick and have a grooved surface. All material is certified by IBAMA.

Hardwood Decking Options

Decking can be provided at 28mm thick.

Decking can be provided in Balau.

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