Form Deck

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The most common use of form decks is to support concrete fills but they can be used for a variety of structure applications.

 

Form Deck UFS:

  • Also known as Non-Composite Deck
  • Standard form deck
  • Used as centering (?)
  • May be used as roof deck (for a patented assembly)
  • 9/16” deep
  • Comes in 35” Coverage

 

Composite Deck:

All CSC composite decks are made to mechanically interlock with the concrete through “rolled in” embossments. After installation and adequate fastening, composite steel decks (floor decks) serve several purposes They act as working platforms, stabilize the frame, serve as concrete forms for slabs, and provide long term positive bending reinforcement. Mechanical interlock and chemical bond resist horizontal shear and provide composite slab action.

1.5” B-Lok:
  • Also known as 1 ½” Composite Deck
  • Bonds to concrete to reinforce slab
  • Embossment patterns will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer
  • Sidelaps are flat adjustable or button punchable
  • 1 ½” deep
  • Come in 36” coverage
2” Lok-Floor:
  • Also known as 2” Composite Deck
  • Bonds to concrete to reinforce slab
  • Embossment patterns will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer
  • Sidelaps are flat adjustable or button punchable
  • 2” deep
  • Come in 36” coverage
3” Lok-Floor:
  • Also known as 3” Composite Deck
  • Bonds to concrete to reinforce slab
  • Embossment patterns will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer
  • Sidelaps are flat adjustable or button punchable
  • 3” deep
  • Come in 36” coverage

METAL DECK PROPERTIES(SEE LAYOUT FOR GAGES USED)

GAGE 26 22
GAGE THICKNESS (in.) 0.0179 0.0295
WEIGHT (PSF) 0.9 1.5

SECTION PROPERTIES PER FOOT OF WIDTH(SEE LAYOUT FOR GAGES USED)

GAGE 26 22
Ip (in.4) 0.014 0.023
Sp (in.3) 0.045 0.078
Sn (in.3) 0.047 0.078