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SuperDeck Lite is a Fiber Reinforced Polymer / FRP deck designed for super performance and light weight. It is a corrosion and rot-resistant deck designed for pedestrians, bicycles and emergency vehicles. Designed to be installed in remote areas, such as national parks, SuperDeck Lite is easy to carry, drill and cut since the deck panels are 80 percent lighter than steel. SuperDeck Lite offers an environmentally sustainable solution to treated wood decking materials.
In the past, many park trail bridges were wooden. However, over time, wood breaks down and loses structural integrity when exposed to the elements making upkeep costly. And unfortunately, treated lumber can leach preservatives into the surrounding environment. Therefore, we developed SuperDeck Lite as an environmentally friendly alternative with the lowest lifetime cost of ownership. SuperDeck Lite is designed to blend in with a natural setting and is available in olive green, slate gray and beige. In addition, our ADA-compliant anti-skid surface enhances safety for those who travel over our composite bridge decks.
SuperDeck Lite is engineered to AASHTO H-5 and H-10 standards for uniform live loads and vehicles weighing 10,000 lbs. and 20,000 lbs. respectively. We developed deck attachments for top-down construction or blind-bolted connections. SuperDeck Lite is available in standard isophthalic polyester and vinyl ester resin systems with a fire-retardant option.
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Creative Composites Group provides a comprehensive range of standard and customized FRP products to meet your project needs. Looking for more information about how we can help bring your project to life? Download our resource, Cantilever Sidewalks & FRP: The Path to Pedestrian Safety on Bridges, or contact our staff of expert engineers today.