Choosing the Correct Heavy Duty Trunking
When specifying heavy duty trunking trunking, it is important that you get a solution that is right for you. With so many different materials available, it can be hard to know which one is the most suitable for your desired application. Screeduct are always on hand to help, and can provide you with professional advice. We’ve put together this helpful guide that talks you through their heavy duty trunking range, giving you an insight into the materials Screeduct offer.
Pre-Galvanized Steel Trunking
Galvanized in sheet form and then cut to the desired shape, pre-galvanizesed steel typically gives a better appearance than some alternatives. This trunking It ideal for areas with high amounts of footfall, as steel is known for its strength. In addition, Screeduct use patented flange fittings for additional strength and reduced movement.
Mild Steel Ducting
Available in a range of thicknesses from 3mm to 12mm, this trunking can meet your specific needs. This is particularly ideal for bespoke trunking applications, as it is easier to cut and shape than other steel alternatives. This is just one of the many reasons that this trunking is popular amongst the construction industry.
Stainless Steel Ducting
Screeducts stainless steel ducting is available in either flat or chequer plate, with available thicknesses ranging up to 12mm. With excellent carrion resistance, stainless steel is ideal for use in a multitude of environments.
Lightweight yet strong, aluminium ducting is a great alternative to steel. With excellent corrosion resistance, this is perfect in areas that may be prone to corrosion. When combined with Screeducts patented flange fittings, the strength of this material is outstanding.
Plywood Ducting Covers
If you require service access to the trunking, Screeducts plywood ducting covers are perfect. Service workers can access the contained pipework and electrical cables with minimal interruption. These are available in thickness’s of 15, 18 or 25mm.