Steeliner sub-flooring is a fiberglass composite panel that is light yet strong. It is resistant to moisture and a wide variety of chemicals. It is designed not to rot, corrode or mildew. Designed for use in refrigerated trailers and truck bodies.
Features & Benefits
- Withstands impacts, moisture, chemicals
- Resists to extreme environmental temperatures
- Does not corrode
- Great tensile strength
- Reduces vibrations
- Prevents fractures
Sub-flooring FRP Liners
- Designed for use as a sub-flooring liner in refrigerated trailers and truck bodies.
|Up to 105″||Embossed||.38 lbs. Sq. Ft.|
Technical Characteristics (Typical values)
|Property||Typical Value||Test Method|
|Flexural Strength||18,096 PSI||ASTM D-790|
|Flexural Modulus||650,000 PSI||ASTM D-790|
|Tensile Strength||9,247 PSI||ASTM D-638|
|Tensile Modulus||1,000,000 PSI||ASTM D-638|
|Izod Impact (Notched)||9.6 Ft. Lbs.||ASTM D-256|
|Barcol Hardness||40||ASTM D-2583|
Notes: Stabilit subpan is available in bulk coil, 250 to 700 linear feet as well as cut-to-length sheets can be interlapped into one coil for customer convenience. Material can also be coiled with embossed side facing inside or out.
Care & Maintenance
Stabilit Transportation Panels can be cut using power saws with a carbide tip or masonry blade. Use caution and always wear protective goggles and a filter mask when cutting panels.
Follow industry-wide fastening procedures utilizing mechanical and/or adhesives.
All Stabilit Transportation Panels should be stored indoors in a cool dry area. Moisture permitted to remain trapped between panels can cause expansion and discoloration.
To ensure that Stabilit Transportation Panels retain their sparkling clean looks, a periodic cleaning with warm soapy water or steam cleaning is recommended.