LITE-DECK®

LITE-DECK® is the affordable alternative to pre-cast, steel or engineered wood decking/flooring applications. The insulated stay-in-place form for reinforced concrete floors, decks or roofs can clear spans 40 feet or more. Custom-built to your specifications, the LITE-DECK® system uses the principles of reinforced concrete joists to provide load-bearing strengths. Please contact us for additional designing and engineering information.

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Side view of LITE-DECK® with Top Hat

Installation Process:

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1. Place Concrete forms and rebar as required (pictured In-Floor heating system is optional).

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2. Pour Concrete.

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3. Remove bracing (shoring) and finish bottom side with drywall.

 

Read, download or print our LITE-DECK© brochure.

 

The LITE-DECK® Tilt system enables wall and roof panels to be cast on site, eliminating freight costs associated with conventional pre-cast while allowing the use of local suppliers. The Tilt panels are cast on beds of expanded polystyrene (EPS). The EPS beds are profile cut to form a structural concrete beam in the panel and to insert an attachment rail for interior finishing.

Typical Batch Wall Panel

51-ft Tilt wall panels enclose the new Dickinson Ready Mix batch plant

51-ft Tilt wall panels enclose the new Dickinson Ready Mix batch plant

LITE-DECK® Tilt panels were used in both the 22-ft tall shop (left) and 51-ft batch plant (right)

LITE-DECK® Tilt panels were used in both the 22-ft tall shop (left) and 51-ft batch plant (right)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to read how Benchmark Foam LITE-DECK® Tilt was used in the construction of the Dickinson Ready Mix Plant in Dickinson, North Dakota.

Benchmark Foam, Inc., 401 Pheasant Ridge Drive, Watertown, South Dakota 57201
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