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Triton Composite Decking Fixing Pack (100pk)
Item Code: WPCSST-CLIPPK

Triton Composite Decking Fixing Pack (100pk)

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The Triton Composite Decking Fixing Pack (100pk) to join the triton decking boards.
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Triton Composite Decking Fixing Pack (100pk)

Triton PVC Fixing Clips, available in packs of 100.
The manufacturer recommend using 15 clips per 5m Deck Board.

31mm (L) x 18mm (W) x 11mm (T)
 
Product Code: WPCSST-CLIPPK

Manufacturer: Storm Products

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Delivery Information


Delivery Charges

We offer a free standard delivery service on all orders over £500.00*. Orders under £500.00* will be charged a delivery fee. All delivery charges are calculated at basket and are dependent on the items ordered.

Our standard delivery area covers mainland England, Scotland (Excluding Highlands) and Wales. For all other areas around the UK an additional delivery charge will need to be applied, we will advise you of this charge before your order is dispatched. For deliveries to these areas we are happy to provide a free quotation upon request.

Free Delivery Exclusions

  • All Tapco Products
  • Roof Vents are not available for delivery to Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Mardome Rooflights

It is important to note that all Mardome rooflight orders are subject to a failed delivery charge in the event of unsuccessful delivery. This fee is £85 ex VAT and must be taken into account when making your purchase.

If you wish to return your order, please contact us. However, it is important to note that due to many Mardome rooflights being made to order, returns are only accepted in exceptional circumstances and a collection charge of £85 ex VAT will be applied if approved. We recommend taking the time to review your order carefully before making payment as this fee is non-refundable.

Should you have any queries regarding Mardome rooflights, please don't hesitate to contact us. Our team are dedicated to providing excellent customer service and will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.


Delivery Dates and Times

We will always do our best to deliver stocked items ordered via our website within 3-5 working days. This applies to goods ordered before 12.00pm and in stock.

Please see estimated delivery times (Est. Delivery) on each product.


Roof Tile Vents

All the Roof Tile Vents and Cowls are made to order (due to thousands of combinations of different variants available) bespoke items which are non-returnable.
 


Other Information

Some of our products, because of their size (5m and over) and weight (over 80 kilos), have an estimated 5 to 7 working day lead time but we will endeavour to get them to you as soon as possible.

Maximum number of roof sheets available on one delivery is 40, otherwise a forklift is required please call for more information.

The Mardome Hi-Lights Range of Dome Rooflights have a 48 hour delivery schedule. Orders must be received by 1pm to qualify for the 48 hour (2 working days) delivery. Only available to mainland GB (excluding postcode areas begining KW, IV, AB, and PH).

We regret that timed deliveries cannot be given. Deliveries will be made between 8.00am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday.


Made to Order Item's (Bespoke Items)

Please note all made to order items are made are non-returnable.

Signing For Your Delivery

All deliveries should be signed for and we would politely request that you sign and clearly print your name so that in the unlikely event that there are any discrepancies we will have a person to contact. If a signature cannot be obtained we will try to leave the goods in a safe location, but we cannot be held responsible for shortages or damages where goods have not been signed for.

Accepting Your Goods

Large or palletised goods will be delivered to a hard standing area only. The Customer shall be solely responsible for the unloading of the Goods and the Seller shall not be liable for any damage that occurs in the course of such unloading.

Any shortages or damages must be reported within 48 hours.

Delivery Vehicle

If goods aren't sent by our own vehicles they are sent by reputable carriers such as Tufnell's, Fed-Ex and Parcel Force. Heavier goods may be delivered by larger vehicles and will be off loaded as close as possible to the property whilst remaining on a hard standing surface.

Good Advice

Please do not arrange any labour until your materials are on site as we are unable to compensate you for your time in the event of a late delivery.

If you have ANY questions about our products, or want to give us some feedback about your shopping experience with us, please feel free to contact us on 03302 230 267 or email: [email protected]

*excluding VAT

Triton Decking Installation & Technical Details


Please see below the installation guidance below as provide by the manufacturer.

Important Installation Instructions

  • Slight colour and surface differences may occur due to slight differences in raw materials or surface treatment. The deck boards will fade by approx. 10% of the colour over the first 12 month period of being installed. At the end of this period the surface colour will stabilise.
  • It is advisable to place the deck boards in the required installation site for 72 hours before you start the installation for them to acclimatize. The decking should not be installed in temperatures below 5 degree's.
  • We advise to use original accessories and parts from STORM to ensure warranty remains valid.
  • There must be a space of at least 25mm between the ground and substructure. In case of insufficient ventilation any warranty will be invalidated. There should not be direct contact between the decking structure and the ground (grass, soil etc)
  • Variations in temperatue and moisture uptake will result in expansion (about 0.3% to 0.5%).
  • A strong and compacted base such as concrete is recommended.
  • WPC products are not suitable for closed and moist environments such as sauna rooms etc.

Installation

  • Ensure there is sufficient drainage below the deck area.
  • Lay the sub frame with a slight gradient of 1% to 1.5% away from the walls, laid lengthways. Keep the sub frame set off any surrounding walls or other obstacles to allow for slight expansion.
  • Keep the substructure at a maximum of 400mm centres (We recommend 350mm).
  • The substructure should be fixed by expansion screws to the concrete at a distance of 300-400mm.
  • To ensure each deck board has a full bearing each end, for runs lower than 5m, the subframes should overlap by a minimum of 100mm.
  • If the deck boards have to be joined on the length, a second section of sub frame should be added.
WPC Product’s expansion rate is around 0.3% to 0.5% depending on different weather conditions in different places, based on this expansion rate, there must always be a gap between 2 WPC products as follows:
  • The distance of at least 30mm from walls or other obstacles to allow for expansion of the deck boards.
  • Allow at least a 10mm gap on butt joints.
  • IMPORTANT: When fixing the starter clips or the connecting clips, we recommend pre-drilling with a 2.5mm drill bit to prevent cracking or breaking the sub frame as WPC products have a high density.

Finishing

  • There must be a gap at the joint between the 2 corner covers, calculated based on the expansion rate of 0.3% - 0.5% of the length.
  • The distance between the fixing screws have to be a minimum of 300cm.
  • When fitting the matching angle trim you can use STORMfix, a one part solvent free hybrid adhesive with a very high initial grab and no slip properties.

Expansion

The deck area can be finished with the Angle Trim product around the perimeter, this provides a neat finish to the deck. Allow the same expansion tolerances as the decking.

Maintenance

Stains;
Water stain marks can show on composite deck boards. There are 2 main types of water stains; both of which will generally disappear with exposure to general weathering.

1. Water stains from wood tannins will occur in the early life of your deck as the natural tannins come out of the wood fibres at the surface of the composite decking. This will happen in the early week of your deck being laid, and will depend on how exposed to the elements your deck is before the weathering process is complete. This type of stain can be more prominent when new decking is exposed to direct sunlight in the first few months of its life.

2. Water stains from water pooling or dripping can happen on composite decking just like it can with many other materials/surfaces such as timber decking, glass, laminiated flooring etc. This can leave a “shoreline” effect. The visibility of the stain will be governed by factors such as how dirty the decking is and how quickly the water dries from the water pooling, clean as mentioned above.

Again, this can be exaggerated in hotter weather.
Both types of marks/stains will disappear natually over time unless, of course, you have a recurring problem that allows water to continually land on the composite decking. E.g. a drip from the gutter will continue to make marks.

Oil or cigarette stains etc can be very diffilcult to remove from the surface, avoid contact at all times.

We advise to let the composite decking weather naturally over time. However, we understand you want to be proud of your new deck once installed and if you feel the need to try and remove the marks yourself then wash with clean, hot water, this should wash away most.

Do not wash your decking whilst it is still hot from a days sunshine.
1. Pour clean, hot water on the deck and let it sit for 5-10 minutes.
2. Work in with a soft bristle brush.
3. Pressure wash (at low pressure and wide fan) or rinse down in hot water (preferred option).
4. Squeegee water off the deck with a squeegee brush.
5. Mop up any wet areas with a clean sponge mop. If water marks have been long standing they may require more hot water or repeated procedure.

IMPORTANT: Never use strong detergent or bleach based products.

Colour Difference

Sometimes you may see a colour difference in the composite decking boards, as they are produced in batches using natural products, and therefore there is no way to prevent this from happening.

Triton Decking Board Data Sheet

Physical Data Requirements Test Result
Hardness >58HRR 61HRR
Moisture Content <2% 0.3%
Modulus of Rupture >20 Mpa 40 Mpa
Modulus of Elastivity >1800 Mpa 3818 Mpa
Thickness of Swelling >1% 0.4%
Size Change - Celefaction +2.5% -0.10%
Resistance to Wear <0.08g/100r 0.077g/100r
Size Change H/L Temp. +0.2% -0.10%
Screw Holding Capability >1000N 3120N
Standard - GB/T 24508-2009 Wood Plastic Composite
Freeze Thaw Bending Load
Resistance to Freeze Thaw >80% 92%
Bending Load >2500N 3258N

 

Overall Test Results
Mean PTV or PTVcorr (Dry) 86
Mean PTV or PTVcorr (Wet) 42
Slip Potential (Dry) Low
Slip Potential (Wet) Low


WPC Decking Make-Up

60% Wood Fibre
30% HDPE
10% Chemicals (anti-uv agents, anti-fungal agents, colours, stabilisers etc).

Slip Test Report

The decking achieves an anti-slip/low risk surface in dry and wet conditions. A copy of the full slip-test report is available upon request.

B1 Fire Rating

Triton Decking Frequentley Asked Questions

What is WPC Decking?

Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) Decking is a revolutionary decking with a unique composition to
replicate wood without the maintenance and hazards of the traditional timber deck.

What is WPC Decking used for?

WPC Decking is used to provide a low maintenance outside area for the whole family to enjoy.

What are the benefits of using WPC Decking?

The best thing about WPC Decking is that it is safe, easy to install, maintenance free and
environmentally friendly.

Why should I use Triton WPC Decking?

The Triton decking offers a 10 year guarantee as well as offering 5 different colours, 2 designs and 2 different size
lengths including a range of accessories.

Where is WPC Decking most commonly installed?

WPC Decking would most commonly be installed in private homes, parks, recreation centres, caravan
and camping sites and balconies.

When should WPC Decking be considered? When should it be installed?

WPC Decking should be considered when upgrading and renovating, installing new decking areas or
extra clean, dry areas. WPC Decking can be installed anytime of the year but would advise during the
spring to Autumn period due to generally finer weather conditions.

Can I Install My WPC Triton Decking in Any Tempuratures?

Decking shouldn’t be installed in temperatures lower than 5 degrees.

 

Triton Composite Decking Fixing Pack (100pk)

Triton PVC Fixing Clips, available in packs of 100.
The manufacturer recommend using 15 clips per 5m Deck Board.

31mm (L) x 18mm (W) x 11mm (T)
 
Product Code: WPCSST-CLIPPK

Manufacturer: Storm Products

Return To Product List

Delivery Information


Delivery Charges

We offer a free standard delivery service on all orders over £500.00*. Orders under £500.00* will be charged a delivery fee. All delivery charges are calculated at basket and are dependent on the items ordered.

Our standard delivery area covers mainland England, Scotland (Excluding Highlands) and Wales. For all other areas around the UK an additional delivery charge will need to be applied, we will advise you of this charge before your order is dispatched. For deliveries to these areas we are happy to provide a free quotation upon request.

Free Delivery Exclusions

  • All Tapco Products
  • Roof Vents are not available for delivery to Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Mardome Rooflights

It is important to note that all Mardome rooflight orders are subject to a failed delivery charge in the event of unsuccessful delivery. This fee is £85 ex VAT and must be taken into account when making your purchase.

If you wish to return your order, please contact us. However, it is important to note that due to many Mardome rooflights being made to order, returns are only accepted in exceptional circumstances and a collection charge of £85 ex VAT will be applied if approved. We recommend taking the time to review your order carefully before making payment as this fee is non-refundable.

Should you have any queries regarding Mardome rooflights, please don't hesitate to contact us. Our team are dedicated to providing excellent customer service and will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.


Delivery Dates and Times

We will always do our best to deliver stocked items ordered via our website within 3-5 working days. This applies to goods ordered before 12.00pm and in stock.

Please see estimated delivery times (Est. Delivery) on each product.


Roof Tile Vents

All the Roof Tile Vents and Cowls are made to order (due to thousands of combinations of different variants available) bespoke items which are non-returnable.
 


Other Information

Some of our products, because of their size (5m and over) and weight (over 80 kilos), have an estimated 5 to 7 working day lead time but we will endeavour to get them to you as soon as possible.

Maximum number of roof sheets available on one delivery is 40, otherwise a forklift is required please call for more information.

The Mardome Hi-Lights Range of Dome Rooflights have a 48 hour delivery schedule. Orders must be received by 1pm to qualify for the 48 hour (2 working days) delivery. Only available to mainland GB (excluding postcode areas begining KW, IV, AB, and PH).

We regret that timed deliveries cannot be given. Deliveries will be made between 8.00am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday.


Made to Order Item's (Bespoke Items)

Please note all made to order items are made are non-returnable.

Signing For Your Delivery

All deliveries should be signed for and we would politely request that you sign and clearly print your name so that in the unlikely event that there are any discrepancies we will have a person to contact. If a signature cannot be obtained we will try to leave the goods in a safe location, but we cannot be held responsible for shortages or damages where goods have not been signed for.

Accepting Your Goods

Large or palletised goods will be delivered to a hard standing area only. The Customer shall be solely responsible for the unloading of the Goods and the Seller shall not be liable for any damage that occurs in the course of such unloading.

Any shortages or damages must be reported within 48 hours.

Delivery Vehicle

If goods aren't sent by our own vehicles they are sent by reputable carriers such as Tufnell's, Fed-Ex and Parcel Force. Heavier goods may be delivered by larger vehicles and will be off loaded as close as possible to the property whilst remaining on a hard standing surface.

Good Advice

Please do not arrange any labour until your materials are on site as we are unable to compensate you for your time in the event of a late delivery.

If you have ANY questions about our products, or want to give us some feedback about your shopping experience with us, please feel free to contact us on 03302 230 267 or email: [email protected]

*excluding VAT

Triton Decking Installation & Technical Details


Please see below the installation guidance below as provide by the manufacturer.

Important Installation Instructions

  • Slight colour and surface differences may occur due to slight differences in raw materials or surface treatment. The deck boards will fade by approx. 10% of the colour over the first 12 month period of being installed. At the end of this period the surface colour will stabilise.
  • It is advisable to place the deck boards in the required installation site for 72 hours before you start the installation for them to acclimatize. The decking should not be installed in temperatures below 5 degree's.
  • We advise to use original accessories and parts from STORM to ensure warranty remains valid.
  • There must be a space of at least 25mm between the ground and substructure. In case of insufficient ventilation any warranty will be invalidated. There should not be direct contact between the decking structure and the ground (grass, soil etc)
  • Variations in temperatue and moisture uptake will result in expansion (about 0.3% to 0.5%).
  • A strong and compacted base such as concrete is recommended.
  • WPC products are not suitable for closed and moist environments such as sauna rooms etc.

Installation

  • Ensure there is sufficient drainage below the deck area.
  • Lay the sub frame with a slight gradient of 1% to 1.5% away from the walls, laid lengthways. Keep the sub frame set off any surrounding walls or other obstacles to allow for slight expansion.
  • Keep the substructure at a maximum of 400mm centres (We recommend 350mm).
  • The substructure should be fixed by expansion screws to the concrete at a distance of 300-400mm.
  • To ensure each deck board has a full bearing each end, for runs lower than 5m, the subframes should overlap by a minimum of 100mm.
  • If the deck boards have to be joined on the length, a second section of sub frame should be added.
WPC Product’s expansion rate is around 0.3% to 0.5% depending on different weather conditions in different places, based on this expansion rate, there must always be a gap between 2 WPC products as follows:
  • The distance of at least 30mm from walls or other obstacles to allow for expansion of the deck boards.
  • Allow at least a 10mm gap on butt joints.
  • IMPORTANT: When fixing the starter clips or the connecting clips, we recommend pre-drilling with a 2.5mm drill bit to prevent cracking or breaking the sub frame as WPC products have a high density.

Finishing

  • There must be a gap at the joint between the 2 corner covers, calculated based on the expansion rate of 0.3% - 0.5% of the length.
  • The distance between the fixing screws have to be a minimum of 300cm.
  • When fitting the matching angle trim you can use STORMfix, a one part solvent free hybrid adhesive with a very high initial grab and no slip properties.

Expansion

The deck area can be finished with the Angle Trim product around the perimeter, this provides a neat finish to the deck. Allow the same expansion tolerances as the decking.

Maintenance

Stains;
Water stain marks can show on composite deck boards. There are 2 main types of water stains; both of which will generally disappear with exposure to general weathering.

1. Water stains from wood tannins will occur in the early life of your deck as the natural tannins come out of the wood fibres at the surface of the composite decking. This will happen in the early week of your deck being laid, and will depend on how exposed to the elements your deck is before the weathering process is complete. This type of stain can be more prominent when new decking is exposed to direct sunlight in the first few months of its life.

2. Water stains from water pooling or dripping can happen on composite decking just like it can with many other materials/surfaces such as timber decking, glass, laminiated flooring etc. This can leave a “shoreline” effect. The visibility of the stain will be governed by factors such as how dirty the decking is and how quickly the water dries from the water pooling, clean as mentioned above.

Again, this can be exaggerated in hotter weather.
Both types of marks/stains will disappear natually over time unless, of course, you have a recurring problem that allows water to continually land on the composite decking. E.g. a drip from the gutter will continue to make marks.

Oil or cigarette stains etc can be very diffilcult to remove from the surface, avoid contact at all times.

We advise to let the composite decking weather naturally over time. However, we understand you want to be proud of your new deck once installed and if you feel the need to try and remove the marks yourself then wash with clean, hot water, this should wash away most.

Do not wash your decking whilst it is still hot from a days sunshine.
1. Pour clean, hot water on the deck and let it sit for 5-10 minutes.
2. Work in with a soft bristle brush.
3. Pressure wash (at low pressure and wide fan) or rinse down in hot water (preferred option).
4. Squeegee water off the deck with a squeegee brush.
5. Mop up any wet areas with a clean sponge mop. If water marks have been long standing they may require more hot water or repeated procedure.

IMPORTANT: Never use strong detergent or bleach based products.

Colour Difference

Sometimes you may see a colour difference in the composite decking boards, as they are produced in batches using natural products, and therefore there is no way to prevent this from happening.

Triton Decking Board Data Sheet

Physical Data Requirements Test Result
Hardness >58HRR 61HRR
Moisture Content <2% 0.3%
Modulus of Rupture >20 Mpa 40 Mpa
Modulus of Elastivity >1800 Mpa 3818 Mpa
Thickness of Swelling >1% 0.4%
Size Change - Celefaction +2.5% -0.10%
Resistance to Wear <0.08g/100r 0.077g/100r
Size Change H/L Temp. +0.2% -0.10%
Screw Holding Capability >1000N 3120N
Standard - GB/T 24508-2009 Wood Plastic Composite
Freeze Thaw Bending Load
Resistance to Freeze Thaw >80% 92%
Bending Load >2500N 3258N

 

Overall Test Results
Mean PTV or PTVcorr (Dry) 86
Mean PTV or PTVcorr (Wet) 42
Slip Potential (Dry) Low
Slip Potential (Wet) Low


WPC Decking Make-Up

60% Wood Fibre
30% HDPE
10% Chemicals (anti-uv agents, anti-fungal agents, colours, stabilisers etc).

Slip Test Report

The decking achieves an anti-slip/low risk surface in dry and wet conditions. A copy of the full slip-test report is available upon request.

B1 Fire Rating

Triton Decking Frequentley Asked Questions

What is WPC Decking?

Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) Decking is a revolutionary decking with a unique composition to
replicate wood without the maintenance and hazards of the traditional timber deck.

What is WPC Decking used for?

WPC Decking is used to provide a low maintenance outside area for the whole family to enjoy.

What are the benefits of using WPC Decking?

The best thing about WPC Decking is that it is safe, easy to install, maintenance free and
environmentally friendly.

Why should I use Triton WPC Decking?

The Triton decking offers a 10 year guarantee as well as offering 5 different colours, 2 designs and 2 different size
lengths including a range of accessories.

Where is WPC Decking most commonly installed?

WPC Decking would most commonly be installed in private homes, parks, recreation centres, caravan
and camping sites and balconies.

When should WPC Decking be considered? When should it be installed?

WPC Decking should be considered when upgrading and renovating, installing new decking areas or
extra clean, dry areas. WPC Decking can be installed anytime of the year but would advise during the
spring to Autumn period due to generally finer weather conditions.

Can I Install My WPC Triton Decking in Any Tempuratures?

Decking shouldn’t be installed in temperatures lower than 5 degrees.

 
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