Dura Deck Resist 150 is our premium decking board choice if you require a high specification or if your budget allows. It is an advanced technology with highly engineered protective 360 degree outer armour. It was designed the premium performance and looks in mind.
It features the most beautiful surface ever and is designed too achieve the most natural wood look on the market. This deck is produced via a co-extrusion where a 360 degree outer armour is used to protect the core of the deck from the elements.
As a result, Dura Deck Resist is fire resistant to Class B, colour fade resistant, strength load resistant and, stain resistant and also highly slip resistant.
Available in lengths of 3.66m, it is easy to install and has a fantastic 15 year warranty. Dura Deck Resist never requires painting or treating and is easy to clean.
Dura Deck Resist 150 Colours
Dura Deck Resist comes in 6 colours, Red Cedar, Weathered Cedar, Pebble Grey, IPE, Larch and Mahogany. Samples are also available upon request. All of the above colours feature a stunningly deeply embossed wood grain on one size and light groove on the reverse for maximum versatility.
6 Reasons to choose Dura Deck Resist 150
Outstanding Fire Performance
Dura Deck Resist 150 achieves superior fire resistance to any other co-extruded decking on the market. British Standards and European codes use different grading systems to class fire performance of materials, resulting in confusion for the industry. Dura Deck Resist 150 is designed to cut through the noise. Some competitor composite decking may reach Class B when tested specifically with certain fire rated substrate barriers but fail when following their own install guide (due to lack of airflow)
Dura Decking Resist features a co-extruded 360° outer armour which protects the core of the plank, increasing its defensive properties against fire. Customers can have confidence that Dura Decking Resist has been certified and tested by a UKAS accredited body, satisfying current fire legislation; with testing carried out in an environment to closely resemble that of an actual installation for the avoidance of doubt.
Understanding European classification (BS EN 13501): B fl s1
The standard includes seven classification levels, from A1 to F, with A1 representing the highest level of performance and F representing the lowest level. Dura Decking Resist achieves Class B. The ‘s’ part relates to total smoke propagation, during the first ten minutes of exposure. These determine a ‘smoke’ index which affects visibility in case of a fire. The lower the number the less smoke propagation, s1 representing the highest level of performance.