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Overlaying new Steel Deck on Existing Profiled Steel Deck

Overlaying new Steel Deck on Existing Profiled Steel Deck

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Does any one know of a product out there that will allow for me to fasten down on a profiled steel deck.  I am looking for a light gauge block of sorts that has cut outs to cover the raised profile of the existing deck, yet give me a flat plane to attach my new deck to.

thanks,

RE: Overlaying new Steel Deck on Existing Profiled Steel Deck

It's called concrete!!??

RE: Overlaying new Steel Deck on Existing Profiled Steel Deck

Depending where you are and the profile of your deck there are notched stand-offs made exactly for this purpose for building insulated assemblies.  Try a few pre-eng. building manufacturers.

RE: Overlaying new Steel Deck on Existing Profiled Steel Deck

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Thanks you engineers, found my answer Roof Huggers.

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