How do composite materials compare to concrete for contract flooring?

December 17, 2013

Concrete is an extremely strong material, and performs extremely well in compression, making it ideal for contract flooring. However, related to this principal quality is concrete’s main drawback – namely its weight. Even small slabs can be difficult, if not impossible, to lift by hand, meaning jobs such as fitting concrete trench covers will require both a lot of time…

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Dura Slab – on target for Norwich City Football Club

April 2, 2012

Dura at Norwich City

Getting the right result for our customers has always been priority number one for the team at Dura Composites. Our goal is to provide winning solutions to each and every one of them regardless of who they are or the nature of the job. But every now and then a client…

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Dura Slab Has British Safety Standards Appoval

October 26, 2011

Dura Slab BS EN124 Approved Dura Slab is BS EN 124 approved. This European standard applies to gully tops and manhole tops for vehicular and pedestrian areas. In order to reach this approval a Dura Slab panel of 74mm thickness and 1280mm span was subjected to a load equivalent to two thirds of the Class B test load, 83.3kN, and…

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Why use Dura Slab?

September 13, 2011

ANTI-SLIP Dura Slab flooring features a gritted surface that provides outstanding anti-slip protection for personnel - in wet and oily environments. The grit is embedded in the top surface of each panel prior to curing. This combination of integral construction, plus depth of the embedded grit, creates a long-lasting maximum anti-slip top surface. CORROSION RESISTANT The ability of our…

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Fibreglass Trench, Gully Covers to B.S. EN124

August 1, 2011

Duct Covers Dura Slab is ideal for new constructions and replacements for duct covers but is also well suited for refurbishment applications to replace old, heavy & cumbersome traditional flooring materials and covers. The characteristics of Dura Slab make it more favourable for duct covers rather than using steel, timber or concrete systems due to its…

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