Metal Deck Foam Plugs
Foam closures are available in a variety of widths and materials to meet your projects needs. Our closures can handle extreme weather and varying temperatures. These flexible and lightweight closures are designed to handle closure shrinkage, moisture absorption, vapor transmission, and noise migration issues.
Use Foam Closure to complete the installation of your corrugated roofing system. Solid closure strips should be used in roof valleys, while closure plugs should be used in deck flutes.
- For use when a weather-tight seal is required
- Closure strips are available in vented style, to allow air flow when needed
- Solid closure strips should be at the ridge when using ridgeline ridge vent
- Easy to cut and install
Why EPDM Rubber closures for Metal Deck?
EPDM is one of the most widely used synthetic rubbers in many static and dynamic applications. EPDM is used extensively in outdoor applications where weather and water resistance is required. It can be found in several industries ranging from automotive to HVAC. Gaskets, bumpers, auto parts, auto brake systems, electrical installation, dust covers, weather stripping and conveyor belts are just of the many products that use EPDM.
1.5" Type B Plugs
2" Composite Plugs
3" Type N Plugs
3" Composite Plugs
1.5" Type B Strip
2" Composite Strip
3" Type N Strip
3" Composite Strip
|Standard Sizes||1.5" B Deck | 2" Floor Deck | 3" Floor Deck | | 3" N Deck|
|Dimensions||varies by deck type|
|Standard Lengths||varies by plug | 36" or 24" strips|
|Available Types||plug | strip|
About O'Donnell Metal Deck:
Whether you need corrugated metal decking for concrete or steel roof decking, you can count on O’Donnell Metal Deck. Our team is committed to providing the fastest and easiest service for metal decking, We offer fast same- and next-day delivery of our composite steel deck, roof deck, and steel form deck to the East Coast — proudly supplying for projects in Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Delaware, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.