The most popular thicknesses would be 0.188″ (3/16″) or 0.125″ (1/8″), and even 0.25 (1/4″). So it all depends on the flooring you put down before. Always take that into consideration when determining the thickness you need. The thicker the support, the thinner you can go.
People also ask, what kind of wood do you use for a trailer floor?
Many different species of wood have been used for truck trailer flooring. The most common species in use today are hardwood Apitong which is also known as Keruing, American Red and White Oak, and softwood Southern Yellow Pine.
One may also ask, how is tread plate thickness measured? material thickness, as measured from the top of the diamond to the bottom of the material, but only 1⁄8 in. as measured from the flat portion between the diamonds to the bottom side of the sheet. If those points contact the material at the diamonds’ apex, the metal thickness is 3⁄16 in.
Correspondingly, how thick is diamond plate?
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What is ATP flooring?
Description more details. Flooring for Trailer Interior – Choices include ATP (Aluminum Tread Plate), Black Rubber Tread Plate, Rubber Coin, Sheet Vinyl in Black & White Check Pattern, and Sheet Vinyl in Dark Gray Marble Pattern Does not include ramp, which may be added as an additional option.