metal decking floor section

Metfloor

The composite floor decking range 14 15 MetFloor®55 is a traditional dovetail re-entrant composite floor deck. Its profile provides an excellent mechanical key into the concrete slab offering a strong shear bond performance augmented by stiffeners located in the profile trough.【Get Price】

ComFlor® 51+ | Steel composite floor deck | Construction.

Section properties in the above table conform to BS 5950. Design notes: Deck material Tata Steel Galvatite® hot dip zinc coated steel to BS EN 10346 S280GD+Z275 with guaranteed minimum proof strength of 280N/mm2 and zinc coating of total mass 275g/m2 (including both sides). This is sufficient for internal floors in a non-aggressive.【Get Price】

Multideck Structural Steel | Kingspan | Great Britain

Multideck is a high performance profiled galvanised steel floor decking for use in the construction of composite floor slabs Large range of section decks and depths to suit all applications Unique profile requires less concrete than other decks to achieve any given slab thickness Gauge range 0.85mm through 1.5mm for economic solutions【Get Price】

Steel deck composite flooring solutions | Construction.

Studwelders Composite Floor Decks Ltd. provides dedicated distribution design and installation for steel floor decking systems throughout the UK. Our directly employed self-sufficient installation and studwelding teams are extensively trained and highly mobile to ensure a rapid and efficient response to customers’ needs.【Get Price】

Galvanised Steel Decking Frame - Deck Brokers

We offer a selection of pre-cut galvanised steel sub-frame deck kits all designed to help make life a little easier when building your own deck. All Galvanised Steel Decking Frames come complete with steel beams brackets and screws.【Get Price】

Creating Structural Floors with A Metal Deck Profile in Revit.

For a Metal or steel deck floor system you need to have 2 Layers (ie one for the Metal deck and one for the concrete topping). Click on the Insert button to create a new layer and use the Up and Down buttons to move them into the correct order. On the Function column to the left you can select from the drop-down the appropriate category.【Get Price】

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