WISA wire flooring is a popular choice for truck builders due to its durability and being a cost-effective option. It's also used in other industries, such as marine, fabrication and construction to name a few.
Made from high-quality birch plywood, WISA Wire flooring is designed to withstand the heavy loads and rough conditions that trucks are subjected to on a daily basis. The plywood is coated with a layer of wire mesh, which provides extra strength, stability and slip-resistant properties to the flooring,
One of the main advantages of WISA wire flooring is its ability to resist bending and twisting, even under heavy loads. This makes it an ideal choice for use in the construction of truck beds and trailers, where the flooring needs to support heavy loads without giving way.
Another advantage of WISA wire flooring is its cost-effectiveness. Because it is made from a natural material, birch plywood, it is less expensive than many other types of flooring materials. Additionally, the wire mesh coating adds extra strength and stability to the flooring, which can help to prolong its lifespan.
Furthermore, Wisa Wire (Phenolic Flooring) is weather resistant, again meaning it is an extremely durable product which will not succumb to the elements as the flooring has weather resistant glue in accordance to EN 314-2/ class 3 regulations.
Finally, WISA wire flooring is easy to install and maintain. The plywood is cut to the required size and shape, and then coated with wire mesh. This makes it a simple and straightforward process for truck builders to install the flooring in their vehicles.
In conclusion, WISA wire flooring is an excellent choice for truck builders due to its durability, cost-effectiveness, and ease of installation. It is able to withstand heavy loads and rough conditions, making it ideal for use in the construction of truck beds and trailers. As a natural material, it's more affordable than other options, and it's easy to install.
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