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Heli deck surfaces

This is a discussion on Heli deck surfaces within the Navy & Maritime forum, part of the Global Defense & Military category; The USN uses relatively expensive nonskid surfacing on their CV and LHD decks that used to cost roughly $13 to ...


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Old April 22nd, 2013   #1
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Heli deck surfaces

The USN uses relatively expensive nonskid surfacing on their CV and LHD decks that used to cost roughly $13 to $25 per sq ft to apply (cheaper alternatives were reportedly being studied)

The USCG has its own coatings for its WHECs: http://adroth.ph/afpmodern/wp-conten...2/10/grate.png

What do your navies use for your heli-deck equipped ships? Any data on associated costs?
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