PRODUCTS > DECK PRODUCTS
New Millennium Building Systems produces a wide range of floor and roof deck. This web site contains information on all the products currently being produced, for use by specifying engineers and architects. Steel deck is available in lengths from 6'-0 to 50'-0. Extra charges are applied to lengths less than 6'-0.
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We offer primer-painted or galvanized metal deck finishes. The standard primer-painted finish is gray on both the top and bottom sides. The galvanized finish is available in G40, G60, & G90 coatings. Steel deck can also be furnished with a two-coat bright white primer bottom side combined with either a primer-painted or galvanized top side. The primer-painted finish is intended to protect the steel for a reasonable installation period while exposed to ordinary atmospheric conditions and shall be considered an impermanent and provisional coating. Always store metal decking off the ground with one end elevated and protected from the elements with a weatherproof covering that is ventilated to avoid condensation.
B, BA, BV Deck
N, NA Deck
.6 FD, .6FDV Deck
1.0FD, 1.0FDV Deck
Type 1.0 FD deck is used extensively in floor construction as an economical form to support concrete slabs during construction. Specifying 1.0 FD deck eliminates the need for expensive temporary shoring. Floor systems using 1.0
FD deck are some of the most economical floors available.
Available with nested side laps only.
Available as a vented deck, type 1.0 FDV deck is manufactured with slot vents in the bottom flute. The openings equal 0.5% of total surface. Type 1.0 FDV deck is to be specified when venting is required for cementitious insulation fills. Type 1.0 FDV deck is manufactured at our Lake City, FL and Salem, VA facilities only.
Type 1.0 FD deck is manufactured from steel conforming to ASTM A1008-00 Grades C, D or E or from A653/A653M-00 structural quality grade SQ33 or higher. The minimum yield strength used by NMBS is 60 KSI.
Side laps are to be fastened together between supports, at a maximum spacing of 36" o.c. whenever the deck span exceeds 5'-0". Connections can be made either by welding using a minimum 5/8" diameter puddle weld or properly designed mechanical fasteners. Welding washers must be used on all deck units that are less than 22 gage.