GRP Flooring - DECK500, an interlocking anti-slip flooring system constructed from GRP, is used to create mezzanine floors, walkways and pedestrian bridge decks. Additionally, DECK500 is used in the water industry as effective odour control covers or to prevent water penetration in potable and waste water treatment plants.
DECK500 is a one-piece pultruded profile, 500mm over width, with a tongue and groove joint along the length of the plank to give a firm, sealable joint between the lengths of profile.
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DECK500 can span 1.5m at a design load of 5kN/m2 with a deflection limit of L/200. It meets all the requirements of BS4592 Industrial Type Flooring and Stair Treads and BS EN ISO 14122 Permanent Means of Access to Machinery.
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Why GRP Interlocking Flooring?
GRP Interlocking Flooring is growing in popularity and it’s no wonder why. The long-lasting nature of interlocking flooring combined with how appealing it looks aesthetically makes it a great choice for commercial and industrial environments and settings. Engineered Composites are able to supply made-to-measure GRP interlocking flooring that is easy to install and assemble.
What Are The Main Benefits?
There are so many benefits to this type of flooring. One of the main reasons why it’s such a popular choice for harsh industrial settings, such as oil rigs and chemical plants, is because the flooring has high-impact tolerance and therefore is great for withstanding pressure to avoid chipping or cracking. This is such a highly flexible type of flooring that suits most environments as it is also chemical-resistant. GRP Interlocking Flooring is also lightweight in nature and therefore reduces transport costs. GRP interlocking flooring is also anti-slip.
What Are The Main Uses?
GRP Interlocking Flooring can be found installed up and down the country within many industrial and commercial settings. Regular places where you’ll find them installed include work platforms, and pedestrian bridge decking. bridge decking. Because the type of flooring system is so flexible and agile, we also get customers enquiring for GRP flooring to be installed for cooling towers.
What Industries Benefit The Most?
GRP flooring is particularly beneficial for industrial settings and environments and is fantastic for withstanding harsh conditions. There are a few different interlocking flooring fixing options that should be considered depending on the industrial setting but we are more than happy to discuss all possible options with you. Typical industries where interlocking flooring is most commonly installed include chemical plants, local authorities, and power stations.
Why Choose Engineered Composites?
Engineered Composites are the UK’s number one supplier of GRP products such as interlocking flooring. We are ISO 9001 certified.