The Viper Deck Products protect your expensive turf and provide access and traction over sand, mud, and other challenging surfaces and terrain. Viper Deck mats may be used to create temporary roadways for vehicles, trucks, equipment, large work pads for drilling, administrative compounds and many other industrial applications.
The Viper Deck is a unique molded or extruded plastic mat that is durable, lightweight, flexible and extremely strong. Sections are engineered to provide ground protection and access over soft surfaces, along with a firm support base and traction for numerous activities.
The mats are designed with both rugged and smooth patterns on alternating sides to provide the best fit for any given situation. The rugged pattern enables maximum traction both for vehicles and the ground, and the smooth pattern allows for greater protection of the ground underneath by distributing the weight evenly over a large surface area.
The Viper Deck Mats can be purchased with connector links to securely hold the mats in place and together. This reduces the risk of slipping on the mats as vehicles operate at relatively higher speeds. At instances of high rev driving on the mats, the connectors also reduce any risk of single units from sliding out of place and slipping out from underneath the vehicle.
The Viper Deck Matting virtually eliminates rutting, soil compaction, and other damage to sensitive grass and turf. It has been used to provide access for trailers up to 80 tons, over grassy fields and other soft surfaces. Traverse equipment easily over sand, mud, snow and grass surfaces, even on gently sloping areas.
The Viper Deck also protects the equipment from undue wear, greatly reducing wear on drivelines and frames that are oftentimes stressed when operating on unstable and harsh ground conditions. You’ll save on labor costs and increase worker safety by not having workers struggle with vehicles and equipment bogged down in mud or unstable ground conditions.
These rig mats are perfect for use in large construction projects and more: