The Weldable PVC Decking System

Nicole Ventimiglia
Monday, December 02, 2013

World Panel Products, with Wilks, the manufacturer of Dek-King, the UV stabilized PVC decking system has announced a new welded seam version. Dek-King Weld allows fully welded panels to suit customer requirements. Dek-King Weld features a specially designed base offering dovetail grooves and a textured surface for superior adhesion. Dek-King Weld will be supplied as welded panels and will be  available in six standard colors with custom colors available by special order. Wilks can now offer two full systems of synthetic decking; the new Dek-King Weld and the Dek-King Bond system.       
 

(As published in the November 2013 edition of Marine News - www.marinelink.com)

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