PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Standard Module Size: 8` x 4` (2.44

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Standard Module Size: 8’ x 4’ (2.44 m x 1.22 m) / 32 sq/ft (2.973 sq/m)
Module Weight per Square Foot:
2.69 lbs. / 43 oz. / 1.22 kg. / 1219 grams
Module Weight per Square Meter: 28.60 lbs. / 12.97 kg.
Product:
DD1
DD2
DD3
DD4
Traction Surfaces:
Thickness:
Rugged / Rugged
Pedestrian / Rugged
Pedestrian / Smooth
Rugged / Smooth
½” mat + 3/8” cleat + 3/8” cleat = 1 ¼” total
½” mat + 3/8” cleat = 7/8” total
½” total
½” mat + 3/8” cleat = 7/8” total
Rugged Traction Surface: Double-traction tread design includes two parallel traction
treads positioned at a 90-degree angle to adjacent double traction tread sets.
Pedestrian Traction Surface: Pedestrian friendly alternating cross shaped traction
design.
Smooth Surface: No traction pattern for easier cleaning and maintenance
Module Size:
Module Weight:
8’ x 4’ (2.44m x 1.22m)
8’ x 3’ (2.44m x 0.91m)
6’ x 3’ (1.83m x 0.91m)
8’ x 2’ (2.44m x 0.609m)
86lbs (39.01kg)
64.5lbs (29.26kg)
48.42lbs (21.96kg)
43lbs (19.5 kg)
Colors:
Black, White.
Custom colors available (minimum order required).
Material:
Black High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) post-industrial recycled
plastic, naturally UV resistant due to the carbon black used for color.
White UV-stabilized mats available.
Weight Loading:
Varies, depending on sub-surface, up to 80 tons capacity.
Ground Surface:
DuraDeck mats are designed to be used with no ground preparation over
grass, gravel, soil, concrete, asphalt, mud and sandy soil conditions.
Connection System:
DuraDeck mats have eight holes: one in each corner and four in the
center line (two on each 8ft side) to create multi-directional roadways of
nearly any size or shape. Mats can be connected using metal DuraLink
connectors. DuraLinks do not require tools to install.
Shipping:
Pallet maximum is 30 units (4’ x 8’)
20’ Ocean Container: 340 – 4’ x 8’ unit order and/or equal to 29,240lbs.
40’ Ocean Container: 500 – 4’ x 8’ unit order and/or equal to 43,000lbs.
Warranty:
7 years against cracking and breaking under normal use.
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