Required nearly exclusively in Southern California, the UltraLite® pad is available for compliance with strict attachment provisions detailed in earthquake prone local building codes.
UltraLite® earthquake code compliant pads are only available for sale in regions where local codes mandate installation of pads with these particular characteristics. Currently these locales include most of Southern California, portions of Washington, and portions of Oregon.
UltraLite® 24x48x3 Equipment Pad
Primary UOM: EA
Order Multiple: 15
List Price: $117.96
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Since UltraLite® is a lightweight product, it is easy for handling tasks on site. It is one of the lightest equipment mounting products available today.
The Ultralite® pad performs extraordinarily well under strict testing criteria. It does not craze, soften, or delaminate. Ultralite® has a proven resistance against R-22 and R-134a, compressor oil, salt solution, and synthetic canine urine.
The Ultralite® lightweight concrete pad is specifically engineered to have long-term exterior weather resistance.
Time is money, and hence any time savings on site translates into money saved. The UltraLite® lightweight concrete pad literally installs in seconds while providing a solid foundation for the condensing unit.
The engineered polystyrene core in the UltraLite® lightweight concrete pad absorbs and dampens vibration associated with normal operation of a condensing unit.
Water vapor evaporates through the UltraLite®, preventing the expansion of cracks.
The UltraLite® is resistant to heating caused by the compressor. Additionally, the surface is resistant to heat from incidental torch flame during site installation.