ADAWALK BEACH WALKWAY Product Specifications

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Modular Walkway Section Sizing

Widths AvailableLengths Available

Custom widths and lengths are available.

Walkway sections can also be made custom to your needs in our factory. If you need a section(s) to come off the main walkway at 22 ½ or 45 degree angles, or need rounded corners, ramps or other special needs, please contact us for additional information.

Sub-Structure Technical Data

Aluminum Support Channels: Alloy Type 6061-T6 Finish-Mill

Splicer Connection Channels: Type 304 Stainless Steel

Fasteners: Type 304 Stainless Steel

Deck Technical Product Data

Decking is manufactured using poly vinyl chloride (PVC).

Durability: Decking has been evaluated for structural performance when exposed to a temperature range from -20 F to 125 F (-29 C to 52 C).

Maximum span of Decking is 24 inches OC and allowable capacity is 100(lbf/ft².

Decking Surface Technical Data

1.0 Slip Resistance Testing

1.1 General
The purpose of this testing is to evaluate slip resistance of the vinyl deck board for dry and wet conditions.
1.2 Test Specimens
Two sets of tests (dry and wet conditions) were conducted on three test specimens for each set. Deck boards were provided pre-cut to 8in nominal lengths and measured a nominal 6in wide and 1 5/16in deep.
1.3 Test Procedure
Testing was performed using the methods described by ASTM D 2394. The deck board was placed on a testing apparatus as prescribed by ASTM D 2394 and placed under a 26.28lb sled assembly consisting of a 25lb calibrated weight, a wooden cleated sled, and a 4 1/2in X 4in X 1/4in thick prime grade leather tile. The leather tile was the sliding surface in direct contact with the test board. Prior to each slip load measurement, the leather surface was lightly sanded and dry-brushed clean of debris. The sanding process was accomplished with 150 grit coarse sandpaper, making five passes in each diagonal direction. Testing was performed in a SATEC Unidrive, Model MII 50 UD Universal Testing Machine with a 50lb load cell, to which the sled was attached with a single steel cable. The sled was then pulled at a constant rate of crosshead motion equal to 0.05 inches per minute until the load to break the static friction was reached. This value was recorded as the slip load. Tests were conducted parallel with the deck board (0 degrees), 90 degrees, 180 degrees, and 270 degrees on three dry and three wet specimens. All slip loads were recorded in the unit weight of pound and divided by the sled weight to determine the static coefficient of friction.

Test No. 1Test No. 2Test No. 3Average
Average Longitudinal:.79
Average Transverse:.99
† S.C.F. Static Coefficient of Friction

Test No. 1Test No. 2Test No. 3Average
Average Longitudinal:.85
Average Transverse:.99
† S.C.F. Static Coefficient of Friction

Warranty Information


The Vinyl decking that is used holds a 10 year warranty that covers peeling, flaking, blistering, rotting, and corroding – when subject to normal and proper use.

(Please feel free to request a copy of full warranty if desired)


The sub-structure of the modular walkway system holds a two year workmanship warranty with Michigan Lake Products.