- What are minimum order quantities?
- How do I purchase StableDeck ?
- What is the difference between Oriented Strand Board (OSB) and StableDeck Transportation Cargo Panels?
- What is unique about StableDeck vs. competing products?
- What is the difference between StableDeck and StableWall?
- Why is it necessary for Stable panels to be sanded?
What are minimum order quantities?
These are purchasing minimums that are required to ensure manufacturing efficiency and consistency.
How do I purchase StableDeck?
Our products can be purchased either directly from West Fraser or through one of our distribution partners such as Universal Forest Products, Inc. (UFPI.com, or 1-800-598-9663).
What is the difference between Oriented Strand Board (OSB) and the StableDeck ESP Transportation Cargo Panels?
StableDeck has been designed to meet the rigorous requirements of the transportation cargo industry, whereas OSB is not appropriate for all uses in this manufacturing context.
What is unique about StableDeck vs. competing products?
The StableDeck product line was developed with the assistance and guidance of selected transportation cargo manufacturers. It was their vision that helped West Fraser’s Product Development and Sales teams develop panels that meet and exceed the specific needs of this demanding application.
What is the difference between StableDeck and StableWall?
StableDeck and StableDeck+ are ¾” panels designed to excel in cargo floor applications where specific point load weight causes inferior panels to fail. StableWall and StableWall+ are used in cargo trailer walls and ceilings where durability, appearance, flatness and weight are considerations.
Why is it necessary for the Stable Panels to be sanded?
The lighter the panel color within a cargo trailer, the brighter the inside of the trailer. Sanding brightens the panel face and provides a surface that is consistent in color and more visually appealing than alternative panels. In addition, where thickness tolerance is a concern, the Stable ESP product line can be sanded to a level of precision that exceeds that of other wood panels such as plywood.