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PO Box 677, 1555 255th St.
Sheffield, IA USA 50475-0677

Sukup Channel-Lok™ floor planks feature sturdy J-shaped, interlocking sides. Each plank is made of high-strength, galvanized steel and is cut to length with computerized accuracy. Sukup floors will accommodate most drying or storage needs. They are also ideal for flush floor aeration applications. Sukup Channel-Lok Flooring (Hawk Cut™ or Perforated) and supports install easily over concrete tunnels for an efficient, low-cost aeration alternative.

Heavy-Duty Perforated Flooring

  • Designed for situations where perforated floors are preferred, but greater grain depths are desired
  • Weight-bearing support every 3 ½”
  • Roll form process creates 7" plank with intermediate channel
  • Available in 0.0945” or 0.05” diameter holes
  • Used with Sukup Wave Supports or Flat Top Super Supports

Corrugated Perforated Flooring

  • Tunnel Aeration alternative
  • Corrugated galvanized sheets available in solid or perforated
  • Installed over Flat Top Super Supports
  • 44" Lx 88" W with one corrugation overlap

Flat Top Super Supports™

  • Used with Sukup Heavy-Duty Perforated flooring
  • All of the features of standard Super Supports without the tabs

Sukup SuperWave™ Supports

  • Stamped metal supports work well with all Sukup floor planks, but they are particularly well-suited to our Heavy-Duty Perforated Floors
  • Unique wave design provides excellent support and stability at an economical price
  • Tabs provide support under the crown of the floor plank
  • Can be used with the deepest grain depths

Product Accessories

  • Sukup Bin sidewall sheets may be pre-punch for flashing bolts
  • Bridging supports required when floor support is narrower than width of the unload
Product Features
  • Sukup Channel-Lok™ Floor Planks
  • High-Strength, Galvanized Steel
  • Corrugation Extends Completely Across the Width of Each Plank
Kevin Howes, Homeland Energy Solutions

Lawler, IA

Sukup Manufacturing has truly developed a zero-entry bin sweep. With our material handlers, particularly our supervisor - he coordinates the entire bin sweeping operation - with him not having to get in and out of that bin. I'm not worried about getting the corn out of the bin it's more keeping the employees safe. Any time we can sweep a bin and not have to get into it that's a lot better.
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