Dura Deck is produced from Wood Plastic Composite (WPC), which is manufactured by an extrusion process using a mix of recycled plastics and hardwood with various bespoke additives. WPC is an immensely versatile material, which combines the traditional appearance of timber with the durability and resilience of an engineered composite.
Dura Deck is an ideal solution for public areas such as parks, outside refreshment bars, walkways, verandahs, promenades, patios, pool decking, balconies and bridges. It is strong, durable and looks and feels like natural wood and its unique formula provides longer lasting decking that is environmentally friendly, easy to install and requires minimal maintenance.
• Dura Deck is made from 87% recycled materials and is now available in 100% FSC timber
• Dura Deck does not need any staining or painting. In fact, after installation the decking will only need basic cleaning and does not suffer from warping or rotting.
• UV Certified to ISO 4892-2 and will survive even in the harshest of climates.
• Easy to install.
• Its innovative subsurface fixing system means no nails or screws need to go through the deck itself. This creates a smart, uniform and barefoot friendly deck.
Dura Deck composite decking boards are produced with a hollow core centre which creates exceptional strength and lightness. Every board has a recess moulded into each edge which accepts a heavy duty hold down clip, creating a below surface secure fixing, using 8g and 10g stainless steel colour coded screws. This results in a fully professional screw and nail free appearance with full foot safety care.
Manufactured from polyethylene-based resins, reclaimed hardwood and finished with an attractive hardwearing anti-slip finish, Dura Deck eliminates rot, algae growth discolouration and significantly reduces the risk of slipping in wet conditions.
Dura Deck is made from recycled and sustainable materials, yet gives the appearance of traditional hardwood timber. Due to its advanced material composition and unique design it can span up to 700mm, meeting the requirements set by architects, designers and specifiers.