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Whether it is roofing, flooring, or ceilings, Vulcraft provides a variety of steel deck profiles and depths to meet your customers' unique needs. Vulcraft manufactures many different types of deck, including roof deck, floor deck, composite floor deck and cellular deck. By their nature, our metal decking is noncombustible, assuring architects, engineers, and owners excellent fire ratings.
Vulcraft designs and manufactures its steel deck in accordance with the specifications of the Steel Deck Institute. Vulcraft also provides a full line of deck accessories, including end closures and pour stops.
Vulcraft provides a number of roof deck profiles, each one with unique benefits designed to meet the requirements for a wide variety of projects. All of these deck profiles are available in several finish options.
Vulcraft produces a wide variety of composite deck that works compositely with the concrete slab to produce an efficient and economical structural floor solution for elevated floor systems. These decks come in a variety of finish options.
All Cellular acoustical and non-acoustical roof and floor decks are IAPMO UES ER-652, FM and/or UL Listed. See datasheets for specific listings. Vulcraft Cellular decks are designed in accordance with the ANSI/Steel Deck Institute RD-2017 and C-2017.
1.5BP Cellular Deck (wide rib) deck utilizes the classic 1.5B roof deck with a full pan underneath. A variety of side-lap features are also available including interlocked (1.5BP) and PunchLok II connection (1.5PLBP). The PunchLok II System uses a specially designed pneumatic tool to achieve a stronger and more positive attachment than screwed sidelaps or conventional button punches.
2VLP and 3VLP Cellular Deck utilizes the 2VLI and 3VLI deck profiles, respectively, with a full pan underneath. A variety of side-lap features are also available for both profiles including interlocked (2VLP and 3VLP) and PunchLok II connection (2PLVLP and 3PLVLP). The PunchLok II System uses a specially designed pneumatic tool to achieve a stronger and more positive attachment than screwed sidelaps or conventional button punches.
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The PunchLok II system was designed to increase the metal deck strength. The punchlok connection, increases the strength more then button punching, or stitch screwing the sidelaps. Prior to the introduction of the punchlok system, the only way to obtain high diaphragm values was with top seam welding. However with the punchlok system high values can be obtained at a fraction of the time and cost.
The stitch screw sidelap (SS) designation is specified when the interlocking sidelaps are to be connected with screws. The metal deck profile is the same for stitch screw and standard interlocking sidelaps, however, the stitch screw sidelap is made with a shortened male leg and an extended female leg. They interlock and are connected with a screw gun using minimum #10 x 3/4-in. long tek screws without a washer.
This type of sidelap is most often used on roof decks that have built up roofing installed on top. It is very rarely used on floor deck, since a button punch is a cheaper and easier process. A stitch screw sidelap increases the metal deck strength, slightly more than a traditional button punch on roof deck. The extra strength on floor decks is minimal, since the values are based more on the strength of the composite system developed between the panel and the cured concrete. 1e1e36bf2d