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The Signature DuraDeck Lightweight Construction Mats are portable access mats designed to be used as turf protection and temporary roadways or pedestrian paths over impassable terrain. Extremely strong, made from a solid sheet of molded material and with no weak spots to break, chip or separate, DuraDeck mats provide a firm support base and traction for numerous construction activities. Easy to carry and install without any special tools, these strong mats can be reused for many years!
DuraDeck Lightweight Construction Mat
- A unique molded HDPE plastic mat that is durable, lightweight, very strong and reusable
- Provides safe access for vehicles, equipment and personnel
- Manufactured from a solid sheet of molded material, providing greater strength and shear resistance
- No weak spots to break, chip or separate
- Can be carried by one or two persons and positioned easily without special tools on any job site
- Chemical and weather resistant with UV inhibitors that virtually eliminate fading and degradation
- Versatile 2-Sided Traction (rugged traction pattern for heavy equipment on one side and a pedestrian-friendly, non-slip thread design on the other
- Connection holes at each corner and in the middle of the 8 ft. side, allowing mats to be configured side by side, staggered, or at 90-degree angles to each other; can be connected using 2-way or 4-way DuraLink metal connectors, capable of handling heavy vehicle traffic
- A weight-bearing capacity of up to 200 psi / 80 tons depending on the ground condition
- Environmentally friendly
- Ideal for a wide range of construction and landscaping applications
- Material: Black High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) post-industrial recycled plastic, naturally UV resistant due to the carbon black used for color
- Standard Size: 4' (W) x 8' (L) x 1/2"
- Weight: 86 lbs. per mat
- Weight Load: Up to 80 tons depending on sub-surface
- Color: Carbon black or beige
- Customizable? Two colors and additional sizes available
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