Strong Composite Matting that Can Be Reused on Many Jobs for Many Years
DuraDeck is a unique molded HDPE plastic mat that is durable, lightweight, and very strong. Mats are engineered to provide ground protection and access over soft surfaces, while providing a firm support base and traction for numerous construction activities. Each mat is manufactured from a solid sheet of molded material, providing greater strength and shear resistance then layered, hollow or laminated matting. There are no weak spots to break, chip or separate. DuraDeck mats (87 lbs. ea.) can be carried by one or two persons and positioned easily without special tools on any job site.
DuraDeck ground protection mats are manufactured in the United States and are chemical and weather resistant with UV inhibitors that virtually eliminate fading and degradation. Each 4 ft. x 8 ft. mat is rigid, yet flexible to withstand heavy construction equipment without cracking or breaking.
Versatile 2-Sided Traction
DuraDeck comes standard with a rugged traction pattern for heavy equipment on one side and a pedestrian-friendly, non-slip tread design on the other side. The rugged traction design includes two parallel treads positioned 90-degrees from adjacent treads to prevent equipment spin-outs in wet or slippery conditions.
Strong Connection System
DuraDeck construction mats have 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. DuraDeck mats can be connected using 2-way or 4-way DuraLink metal connectors, capable of handling heavy vehicle traffic.
DuraDeck can also be used without any connectors on most temporary projects. Learn more about installation with DuraLink.Read More
Better than Wood
DuraDeck construction mats provide a much better return on investment than traditional plywood. They are more economical, support much more weight, will not warp, rot, crack, delaminate, or absorb water and contaminants. These mats can be reused for many years. See the difference