Advanced Structures Corp. is a nationwide distributor of US Navy false deck panels (FDP). These false deck panels come in a variety of finishes, including a cloud nebbula finish. All of the false deck panels we manufacture are designed in accordance with Nomex regulations. Nomex is a registered trademark for flame-resistant products and have been an industry standard since the 1960s. These regulations are there to make sure that the manufacturing process of the products are finished in a safe, reliable manner. The Nomex material is produced by a condensation reaction and is used whenever fire safety is a must.
What is a False Deck Panel?
A false deck panel also goes by the name of a false floor or a raised floor. In a nutshell, a false deck panel is an elevated structural floor that creates a hidden gap for the passage of any electrical and mechanical equipment. This type of floor is common in many modern offices, command centers, and IT data centers. A raised floor creates a safer and more organized work environment, because it allows all of the wiring to be out of the way of any foot traffic.
These false deck panels are made of a GRP/Nomex construction and can be manufactured with a variety of decorative finishes, such as cloud nebbula. Each false deck panel is manufactured in strict accordance to Bath Iron Work Catalog No. 57015-012. This makes it a dependable product to purchase and install. Here are the two options we offer when it comes to a cloud nebbula finish for your false deck panel:
- ASC9832CNBSR - Cloud Nebbula 48" x 96" x 5/8"
- ASC10233CNBSR - Cloud Nebbula 48" x 100" x 5/8"
Each false deck panel is constructed of composite plastic materials that require specific fire, smoke and toxicity limitations for crew safety.
Cloud Nebbula Quotes
Advanced Structures Corp. is a trusted manufacturer false decks, panels and floors for the Navy and Coast Guard. For more information about our false decks and the cloud nebbula false deck panel, please contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions you may have regarding these materials. The number to call to speak to our office is (631) 667-5000. We can provide you with a free consultation and quote when you call.