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Product Description
DeckGrip Max Anti Slip Decking is the ultimate solution and a viable alternative to traditional timber boards. Whilst aesthetically pleasing, DeckGrip Max is also much stronger than timber of the same thickness and unsupported spans of up to 1350mm can be achieved without additional supports.

Furthermore it's impervious to water and will not rot or harbourmould like wood. The composite GRP construction incorporates an anti-slip grit surface making it an ideal solution for walkways, access bridges, marinas and ramps.

PTV 70 Dry, 65 Wet: Extremely low slip potential

Key Points:

Anti Slip Surface
Hard Wearing & Durable
Structural Profile
Instant Replacement to Timber
Choice of Colours
Choice of Sizes



DeckGrip Max is available in individual plank profiles, 1200mm long and can be installed using techniques similar to those used when installing timber decking.

For larger projects, pre-connected panels can be made to order. This allows for several plank profiles to be connected together to form, in effect, a pallet of decking thus reducing installation time and fixings. An extended lead time should be allowed for pre-connected panels.


Standard stock colours for 1200mm lengths are decking brown. If ordering pre-connected panels any RAL colour is available subject to minimum order quantities.

Preparation & Application


Dry fit all DeckGrip panels to ensure that they fit freely and that they sit flat down on to the surface. If required, DeckGrip can be trimmed on site to suit using an industrial jigsaw and appropriate cutting blades (Bosch “T101 A1F” or similar are ideal)


Over Timber Supports

Simply drill a hole through the DeckGrip panels and fix through the Spax screw into the timber supports. 75mm Spax screws recommended. For pre-joined panels a fixing is only required every fifth plank profile (approximately 50mm in from the plank edge).

Over Steel Supports

Bolt system: (shown right) The thickness of the steel supports will determine the size of fixing required. In general terms, a hole will need to be drilled through the DeckGrip panel to the size of the fixing required and through the steel support. An M8 dome head bolt would be recommended. Simply insert the dome head bolt through the DeckGrip panel and through the steel support and using a washer and nut tighten up from the underneath.

Screw System: If you do not want to use the bolt system, the DeckGrip Max panels can be secured using a self tapping screw. Simply drill a hole through the DeckGrip panels and fix through into the steel support (a pilot hole in the steel support may be required).

If you are using individual plank profiles and assuming a 1000mm span. Fix in each end of the plank, circa 50mm in from the end or to suit the support. For larger sizes a central fixing may be required, assuming adequate support underneath.
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