3” Composite Metal Deck Machine

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3" Composite Steel Deck Roll Forming Machine Specifications

  • Coil Width:
  • Casette Machine
  • Profile size:
  • Forming Speed:
  • Material thickness: 16g to 22g
  • Machine Weight:
  • Machine Footprint:
  • Main power: 480v - 3ph - 60Hz
  • Stations:
  • Cutting type: Pre Flying Shear
  • Control system:
  • Safety covers: yes
  • E Stops
  • FOB Orlando, Florida

All roll forming machinery is fully assembled at our factory in Orlando Florida. Our Roll Forming Machines come with a 1 year warranty for parts and labor. All machines will be made to customer personal requirements and profile.

3" Composite Steel Deck Machine Description 

A "3" Composite Metal Deck Roll Forming Machine" is a specialized piece of equipment used in the construction industry to manufacture composite metal decking panels with a specific depth or thickness of 3 inches. Here's a breakdown of the key components and the process involved:

  1. Roll Forming Machine: A roll forming machine is an industrial machine that shapes and forms continuous metal sheets or coils into specific profiles or shapes. In the case of composite metal decking, the machine is designed to roll and shape the metal sheets into the desired decking profile.
  2. Composite Metal Deck: As mentioned earlier, composite metal decking is typically used in construction for creating floor and roof systems. It combines a metal deck (usually made of steel) with concrete to create a composite structure. The "3 inches" in your description likely refers to the depth or thickness of the composite metal deck panels that this machine is designed to produce.

The roll forming process involves feeding a continuous metal coil into the machine, which then passes through a series of rollers and dies that progressively shape the metal into the desired profile. In the case of composite metal decking, the machine would be configured to produce panels with a depth of 3 inches.

These roll forming machines are highly specialized and can be customized to produce decking panels with specific dimensions and profiles to meet the requirements of a construction project. They are an essential part of the manufacturing process for composite metal decking used in commercial and industrial buildings.

3" Composite Steel Deck Profile

A 3" Composite Steel Deck Profile" refers to a specific type of composite steel decking panel used in the construction industry for creating floors and roofs in commercial and industrial buildings. Let's break down the key elements:

  1. Composite Steel Deck: Composite steel decking consists of a steel deck sheet that is combined with concrete to create a composite floor or roof structure. This type of decking provides both structural support and serves as a working platform during construction. The steel deck adds strength and rigidity to the structure, while the concrete provides additional strength and fire resistance.
  2. 3": The 3" in your description indicates the depth or thickness of the composite steel deck profile. In this case, it means that the profile has a depth of 3 inches. The depth of the decking panel can vary depending on the specific requirements of a construction project. A 3-inch depth is a common size used in many applications.

Composite steel deck profiles come in various depths and configurations to accommodate different load-bearing capacities and architectural specifications. The specific profile design may also vary by manufacturer, but the depth of 3 inches would be a defining characteristic of the profile you mentioned. These profiles are typically used to create a strong and durable flooring or roofing system in commercial and industrial buildings.

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