2G Deck

Topdek 2G is manufactured in the highest quality

Topdek 2G is a new outdoor premium synthetic material and the perfect alternative to teak. Compared to the first generation of synthetic deck material, the 2G is cooler and lighter in weight.

The appearance of both generations is almost the same and they have excellent slip-resistance properties. The difference is the temperature of the material, which is approx. 30% cooler, making it an excellent product for use in warmer climates. In addition, the synthetic deck material is approx. 32% lighter in weight. The first generation has a weight of approximately 6 kg per m2. The second generation weighs approximately 4 kg per m2

Weight saving ensures higher speed and lower fuel consumption.

Manufactured with state-of-the-art technology, the synthetic deck material is a more environmentally friendly product because it contains less PVC. Fewer plasticisers, REACH-compliant (in accordance with EU regulations) and 100% recyclable.

Topdek 2G is exclusively available via us, our distributors and dealers. Together with our experienced dealers, we supply synthetic teak decks based on panels or full-service. See, phone 088-9494550 or mail to for more information .

 Specific temp. p/part volume*Thermal conductivity**
1G Material (Standard Synthetic Deck)1.825 MJ/m3K0.194 W/mK
2G Material1.245 MJ/m3K0.143 W/mK

2G – The facts

The 2G material has been tested and results in a lower thermal conductivity 26.3% lower than in the 1G material test. Compared to the density of both materials in which the 2G has a lower density and thermal conductivity, this results in a 31.8% reduction in heat per volume.

* Definition of Specific temp. p/part volume:The heat required to raise the temperature of the volume unit of a material by one degree.  The higher the value, the easier it is to transport heat through the material. For any given “material”, the heat capacity of a body is directly proportional to the amount of “material” it contains (measured in terms of mass volume). Doubling the amount of “material” in a body doubles its heat capacity.

** Definition of thermal conductivity:The rate at which heat passes through a specified material, expressed as the amount of heat that flows per unit time through a unit area with a temperature gradient of one degree per unit distance. Heat transfer occurs at a higher rate across materials of high thermal conductivity than across materials of low thermal conductivity.

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