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TEPRO Kunststoff-Recycling GmbH & Co. KG

Industriestr. 17, 29389 Bad Bodenteich
Germany
Telephone +49 5824 963624
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info@tepro.de

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  • 13.02  Water-Sports Facilities/Equipment
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Our products

Product category: Landing Stages

TRIMAX® - The product

Approval for various profiles

This plastic is conquering new markets. TRIMAX® is a versatile composite plastic and the perfect solution for a wide variety of tasks. ... and the forest is spared.



WHAT TRIMAX® stands out for:

the only recycled plastic with building authority approval (DIBT-Z-10.9-357) - statically reliably calculable
a glass fibre reinforced plastic building material
internationally proven in water, steel water and landscape construction
the efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to impregnated and tropical timber
the ideal building material in the water change area and in earthworks
rot-proof - lasts considerably longer than domestic or tropical woods as well as WPC profiles (wood-plastic mixtures)
anti-slip
water-repellent and frost-proof
resistant to insect, fungal and borer infestation (Teredo Navalis)
non-toxic for flora and fauna (Hygiene Institute of the Rhine area)
recyclable - we guarantee take-back and recycling
easy to maintain - after installation and during use, unlike wood, no after-treatment such as painting or varnishing is required
barefoot friendly - does not crack or splinter
made of pure recycled plastic and contains no wood
can be produced in unlimited length (depending on transport)




TRIMAX® is not a WPC (wood-plastic mixture)
TRIMAX® does not absorb water and has therefore been used successfully for years in gardening, landscaping and hydraulic engineering.
TRIMAX® is particularly environmentally friendly because it is 100% recyclable.

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26.06.2021

Various bridges and footbridges in the Spreewald town of Lübben
As early as 2010, the town of Lübben, located in the Spreewald Biosphere Reserve, recognized the need to use sustainable building materials. Over the years, bridges and footbridges, such as the footbridge at the water playground with a length of approx. 36 m and a width of approx. 2 m with the profiles 5 x 30 cm in the colour grey, were continuously renovated as well as newly constructed. Since then, the city of Lübben has chosen and continues to choose the TRIMAX® profiles from TEPRO Kunststoffrecycling GmbH & Co. KG, which have been approved by the building authorities, as the surfacing for the various structures.



20.06.2021

Roof terrace in Kulmbach
When renovating his approx. 100 m² roof terrace in Kulmbach, Bavaria, the client wanted to renew it in a sustainable and maintenance-free manner, as the larch wood he had previously used had rotted after only 10 years, despite intensive care.

For the covering of the approx. 9.0 x 11.0 m large terrace, he decided to use TRIMAX® profiles 3 x 30 cm in the colour grey, as well as profiles of the dimension 5 x 10 cm in the same colour with regard to the substructure. The inclination of the covering towards the off-centred water drainage, as well as the different laying directions, are able to deceive the eye of the beholder in terms of colour and uniformity of the covering planks.



11.06.2021

Gastronomy terrace in the designer outlet centre in Neumünster
When redesigning the outdoor area of the outlet centre in Neumünster, Schleswig-Holstein, the objective was to use sustainable and, above all, insensitive and maintenance-free materials.



TRIMAX® profiles 3 x 30 cm in the colour anthracite were chosen for the decking of the approx. 185 m² large, slightly V-shaped terrace with an adjoining play area for children in the gastronomy area of building 5, as well as beams of the dimension 10 x 10 cm for the substructure.



05.06.2021

Nature adventure pool Großenhain
In time for the 2019 season, the bathing jetties in the natural adventure pool in Großenhain were completed by Kratzer Metallbau GmbH from Zittau. Since the builder relied on sustainability as well as maintenance-free materials to be used, he decided to use the building authority-approved TRIMAX ® profiles in the dimensions 5 x 30 cm for the decking, 3 x 30 cm for the lateral facings and 5 x 10 cm for the substructure.



28.10.2020

Beach promenade in Zingst
When choosing the covering for the new beach promenade in the Baltic Sea resort of Zingst, which will be built in 2020, with a total area of approx. 400 m², the choice fell on the building authority-approved TRIMAX ® profiles in the dimensions 5 x 30 cm in the colour light brown, primarily for reasons of sustainability, as well as freedom from maintenance.







01.04.2020

Werder a.d. Havel - private terrace
During his visit to bauTech 2016 in Berlin, an international trade fair for the construction industry, the client came across the ideal material for the construction of his private terrace. Convincing were above all, in addition to the appearance, the durability and maintenance-free TRIMAX ® profiles, as well as of course the sustainability of the product.





11.03.2020

Elephant Bridge Bützow
After the very good experience of the footbridge and cycle path bridge in the Fritz-Reuter-Allee in the picturesque green town of Bützow, which had already been renovated with TRIMAX® profiles in 2017, it was decided in the following year to also renovate the Elephant Bridge with the profiles of TEPRO Kunststoff-Recycling GmbH & Co KG, based in Bad Bodenteich in Lower Saxony, which have been approved by the building authorities.





11.03.2020
New construction of Marina Teltow
Even before the symbolic groundbreaking ceremony in 2014, it was clear to everyone involved that the new marina on the Zeppelin shore of the city of Teltow had to be a sustainable infrastructure project. Also at the ceremonial opening of the Teltow harbour on 12 May 2019, under the eyes of thousands of enthusiastic visitors as well as the political celebrities who had travelled there, this was once again explicitly pointed out.






18.07.2019
Footbridge and barrier-free swimming pool at the Xantener Südsee natural outdoor swimming pool
After various bathing jetties were successfully covered with TRIMAX® profiles in the past years, it was decided in Xanten to tackle the new projects again in 2019 with the profiles approved by the building authorities, TEPRO Kunststoffrecycling GmbH & Co. KG, based in Lüneburger Heide, due to the very good experiences.



References
Jetty system Xantener Südsee
Jetty and barrier-free swimming pool at the Xantener Südsee natural open-air swimming pool






29.03.2018

Jetty renovation with TRIMAX® planks in the circular sailing harbour at Bostalsee
At the beautiful Bostalsee in the northern Saarland, after 15 years it was time to renew the old, outdated wooden jetties. The basic considerations first went into the direction of the new materials to be used. Should it be wood again or can an alternative durable material be used.



References
Bostalsee jetty renovation
Jetty refurbishment with TRIMAX® planks in the circular sailing harbour at Lake Bostal






20.01.2017

Water-bearing balcony decking for a 2-family house


References
Water-bearing balcony decking for a 2-family house





Balcony decking made of high-quality, glass-fibre reinforced plastic Trimax® profiles, connected by Alpha-Wing profiles, approved by the building authorities.

During the planning and realisation of an extension balcony, with 2 floors one above the other, on a 2-family house in Geldern, high-quality and durable materials, as well as sustainability and ecological aspects, were taken as central themes in the planning right from the start.

31.10.2016

Refurbishment of the "Rabenstraße" jetty and terrace on Hamburg's Outer Alster with Trimax® plastic construction material
In spring 2014, Alstertouristik GmbH in Hamburg decided to renovate its Alster jetty with the associated staircase in Rabenstraße. The wooden planking on the floating pontoon had deteriorated and was to be replaced by a more durable, rot-proof and low-maintenance alternative. Directly in front of the Alster jetty, at Bodo's Bootsverleih, a large part of the old wooden decking had to be renovated during the same period.
Due to exclusively positive experiences with the TRIMAX® plastic profiles, the recommendation of the construction company was followed and the terrace system as well as the Alster jetty were relaid with TRIMAX® planks.

TRIMAX® is a pure, glass-fibre reinforced recycled plastic, approved by the building authorities, with excellent suitability for a wide range of applications in water, garden and landscape construction. The rot-proof, water-repellent and UV-resistant material has an anti-slip coating and is therefore ideally suited for all outdoor shoring applications such as footbridges, bridges, terraces, balconies, etc. TRIMAX® profiles are barefoot friendly as they do not splinter or become brittle, are resistant to insect, fungal and boring mollusc attack, non-toxic to flora and fauna and 100% recyclable. The manufacturer provides a 30-year guarantee against rotting through. There is also no need for expensive care or even maintenance costs such as painting and oiling, as the TRIMAX® profiles can simply be cleaned with a high-pressure cleaner if necessary.

For the "Rabenstraße" jetty on the Alster, which consists of a 22 m long and 5 m wide fixed jetty with associated stairs, the 5 x 10 cm plank was laid smoothly on the existing steel girders as a substructure. This saved drilling through the steel girders to attach the decking. For the decking, 5 x 30 cm grey corrugated piles were used for the fixed walkway and 3 x 30 cm grey corrugated piles for the stairs.

Below the bridge to the jetty "Rabenstraße" is the popular café with boat rental "Bodos Bootssteg". During the same period, a large part of the old wooden decking there also had to be relaid with grey 5 x 30 cm corrugated planks.

Thus, in a short time, a visually appealing, durable and low-maintenance jetty and terrace facility was created, which was immediately well received by guests and customers.



References
Redevelopment Alster jetty




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17.10.2015

First Class Superior Hotel Crown Plaza in Berlin
Construction of a high-quality terrace with Trimax® plastic profiles approved by the building authorities

The Hotel Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre is located in the city centre of Berlin near the Kurfürstendamm. The comfortable 4-star plus hotel offers its guests a modern and elegant ambience for a successful stay. In the inner courtyard of the hotel, a haven of peace was to be created in the form of a terrace for well-being and relaxation.

The use of high-quality, environmentally friendly and durable materials for the construction of an approx. 300 m² terrace with a noble appearance and a warm colour were customer wishes that could be perfectly realised with Trimax® plastic profiles from the company Tepro in Bad Bodenteich.

The 5 x 10 cm Trimax® profiles used for the substructure were laid directly into a compacted gravel-sand mixture. Fluted Trimax® planks measuring 5 x 30 cm in the colour red-brown were then screwed onto these profiles as decking.

Trimax® profiles are the only building material approved by the building authorities that is made of recycled, pure and glass-fibre reinforced plastics. They are particularly environmentally friendly because they are proven to be non-toxic for flora and fauna and 100% recyclable.

Coverings made of Trimax® profiles have the great advantage of slip resistance class R 11 and are therefore always safe to walk on in rain and wet conditions. If necessary, Trimax® plastic profiles can be cleaned quickly and easily with a high-pressure cleaner.

The UV resistance of the profiles - unusual for plastics - prevents the otherwise usual colour changes, fading and embrittlement.

Trimax® profiles are resistant to insect and fungal attack. They do not absorb moisture, not even at the usual "weak points" such as the drill holes for screwing. Warping of the material or rotting processes up to the point of decay can never become a problem here, as it does not contain any wood. Consequently, the profiles will not have to be painted in the future, nor will maintenance or even repair work be necessary. For this reason, the Trimax® product range also comes with a manufacturer's guarantee of 30 years against rotting through.

Easy care and no follow-up costs with an unchanging beautiful appearance in color and shape are advantages that hardly any other building material used in the outdoor area combines. Customer satisfaction is correspondingly high.



References
crown_plaza



15.10.2015

Terrace construction Rosin family
TRIMAX® plastic profiles approved by the building authorities
as balcony and terrace construction

The Rosin family had been planning to renew their terrace for quite some time. The grey concrete slabs in front of the terrace door had become an uneven tripping hazard over the years. It was planned to enlarge the terrace by an L-shaped shoring along the house.

So the only question left was which materials would be the best to use for this project. The terrace decking as well as the substructure had to be stable, durable, non-slip, easy to clean and splinter-free. During a visit to the Bautec trade fair in Berlin, the client came across the glass-fibre-reinforced TRIMAX® plastic profiles approved by the building authorities (DIBt). After extensive consultation, the decision was quickly made in favour of the rot-proof TRIMAX® building material, as the properties here corresponded exactly to the client's ideas.

TRIMAX® profiles are a glass-fibre reinforced, pure plastic building material. The profiles, which have been approved by the building authorities, have anti-slip properties and are safe to walk on even when wet. TRIMAX® does not absorb water and is therefore rot-proof. The manufacturer gives a 30-year guarantee against rotting. It is 100% recyclable and therefore non-toxic for flora and fauna.

TRIMAX® is also the ideal construction material for hydraulic engineering, as the profiles are resistant to insect, fungal and borer attack.

The L-shaped terrace of the Rosin family consists of two sections with the dimensions 3.00 x 3.30 m and 2.90 x 5.30 m, which meet at right angles. The choice fell on the 3 x 30 cm corrugated plank in light brown. The 5 x 10 cm corrugated sheets were used as a substructure

TRIMAX® profiles were used, which were laid at intervals of 50 cm. The decking was then screwed to the substructure with V2A countersunk screws with longitudinal thread.

The builder was amazed at how easy it was to work with the material and is very satisfied with his work. The family is also very happy that the cumbersome cleaning and maintenance is no longer necessary. The TRIMAX® profiles can now simply be cleaned with a high-pressure cleaner and repainting is no longer necessary.

The Rosin family is happy to have created a beautiful focal point in their garden where they can relax from everyday life and welcome friends with great pride.



References
Terrace construction Rosin family



17.12.2014

Terrace construction
Construction of a high-quality terrace with glass-fibre reinforced TRIMAX® plastic profiles approved by the building authorities

In Bönen, the renovation of an approx. 40 m² terrace was on the agenda.

For the substructure of the terrace, 5 x 10 cm planks were first laid in a compacted sand mixture. On top of these 5 x 10 cm planks, the 3 x 30 cm TRIMAX® planks in light brown colour and with a ribbed surface were laid out and fixed with a layer of concrete

5 mm V2A Spax screws screwed onto the substructure as decking material. These planks were also used as cladding for the sides of the terrace.



TRIMAX® profiles are a high-quality, building authority-approved construction material made from recycled, single-grade plastics reinforced with glass fibre.

The profiles do not absorb water and are 100% recyclable. They are non-toxic to flora and fauna and resistant to insect, fungal and borer infestation. The manufacturer also offers a 30-year guarantee against rotting.

The terrace can be cleaned with a high-pressure cleaner without any problems, as TRIMAX® does not splinter like wood and is also water-repellent and frost-proof.

Furthermore, slip resistance is always an issue with decking. The grooved TRIMAX® planks have class R 11 and are therefore safe to walk on even in the rain. Trimax can be worked like wood - so sawing, cutting, drilling, milling - no problem.

The client was very satisfied with the ease of installation and processing, as well as with the result of his work. The cumbersome cleaning and repainting of the wooden planks has now come to an end and the appearance remains unchanged over the years.





References
Boenen




15.12.2014

Refurbishment of the "Long Bridge" over the Ilmenau in Uelzen
Renovation of the "Long Bridge" over the Ilmenau in Uelzen

The top priority for the district town of Uelzen was to select a new surface that would allow passers-by to cross the bridge safely, save the town time-consuming and costly maintenance and upkeep work and, of course, look good and match the "Long Bridge".

The decision was quickly made in favour of TRIMAX®, the glass-fibre-reinforced plastic building material approved by the building authorities, with which the district town of Uelzen has already had many years of positive experience, e.g. in terrace/balcony construction.

TRIMAX® is the only recycled plastic with a building authority approval and can therefore be calculated statically reliably.

The rot-proof, water-repellent, splinter-free and frost-proof material provides a slip-resistant surface, which was a very important decision criterion for the city of Uelzen. In addition, TRIMAX® is resistant to insect, fungal and borer infestation and is non-toxic to flora and fauna.

TRIMAX® can be cleaned at any time, without hesitation, with a high-pressure cleaner and requires no maintenance or painting. The glass fibre reinforced plastic construction material is 100% recyclable and therefore ecologically an advantage over other materials.



For the approx. 84.0 m long and 2.25 m wide bridge, the town of Uelzen decided to use the 5 x 30 cm TRIMAX® corrugated sheeting in reddish brown from Tepro Kunststoff-Recycling GmbH & Co KG to rehabilitate an approx. 18 m long section over the Ilmenau river.



The simple installation of the TRIMAX® profiles made the work much easier. The city of Uelzen is also pleased that the costly maintenance work on the pavement has now come to an end and that there will be no more rotting in the future.

The bridge now shines again in new splendour. The optical appearance was cause for joy and the noble appearance was praised on all sides.



References
Lange-Bruecke-Uelzen





20.10.2014

Private Shoring
"... as a note, we can add that the tree in front of the patio is a walnut tree.

In the spring, the tree's fruit clusters fall on the patio decking, and in the fall, the oily leaves as well as the tannic nut shells.

Likewise, the part of the terrace under the tree is in the shade all summer (moss).

Despite these influences, the Trimax slabs we laid in 2010 are as beautiful as when we started.

Clean up is done with water and a broom.

We have been very satisfied for 4 years and would use TRIMAX again in a heartbeat."



References
private-verbau




22.07.2014

Renovation of the Hörn Bridge in Kiel
In 1997, the three-span folding bridge (Hörn Bridge) was built in Kiel harbour as a link between Kiel's main railway station in the city centre on the west bank of the Hörn and the district of Gaarden-Ost. This architectural masterpiece not only attracts a large number of visitors during Kiel Week, but is also heavily frequented every day. The Hörn Bridge is also affectionately called "the Trinity Bridge" by the people of Kiel. Since 2004, it has been the starting and end point for the German Ferry Route, which runs from Bremervörde to the Kiel Fjord.

After 15 years of operation, the bridge had to undergo extensive refurbishment. As part of this work, the wooden decking was also renewed, as the effects of the weather had left visible traces over the years and it could become a dangerous slippery slope when crossing the bridge in damp conditions.

The top priority for the state capital of Kiel was to select a new surface that would allow passers-by to cross the bridge safely and save the city time-consuming and costly maintenance and upkeep work. It had to look classy and match the Hörn Bridge. The decision was quickly made in favour of the glass-fibre reinforced plastic construction material TRIMAX®, with which the state capital Kiel has already had many years of positive experience in bridge construction.

TRIMAX® is the only recycled plastic with building authority approval and can therefore be calculated statically reliably.

The rot-proof, water-repellent and frost-proof TRIMAX® material provides an anti-slip surface, which was a very important decision criterion for the city of Kiel. In addition, TRIMAX® is resistant to insect, fungal and borer infestation and is non-toxic to flora and fauna.

TRIMAX® can be cleaned at any time, without hesitation, with a high-pressure cleaner and does not require any care or painting. The glass fibre reinforced plastic building material is 100% recyclable and therefore ecologically an advantage over other materials.

For the 25.6 m long and 5.0 m wide Hörn Bridge, the state capital of Kiel opted for the 5 x 30 cm TRIMAX® corrugated plank in grey from Tepro Kunststoff-Recycling GmbH & Co KG. TRIMAX®10 x 10 cm beams in grey were used as the substructure.

The simple installation of the TRIMAX® profiles made the work much easier. The city of Kiel is also pleased that the costly maintenance work on the decking has now come to an end.

The Hörnbrücke now shines in new splendour. The optical appearance gave reason for joy and the noble appearance was praised on all sides. Thus, the Hörn Bridge is once again the technical attraction of the city for many Kiel residents and tourists.



References
Kiel-Hornbruecke





15.07.2014

Redevelopment of the fishing and yacht harbour in Kiel-Strande
In 2005, extensive renovation measures began in the port of Kiel-Strande to renew the port infrastructure. Bank reinforcements, breakwaters, sliding strips and fenders as well as the jetties were to be renewed step by step.


For this reason, as early as 2002, thought was given to how this could be achieved with durable, rot-proof building material that was also approved by the building authorities instead of wood.
The people responsible for the renovation found the ideal solution in TRIMAX®, the plastic construction material approved by the building authorities, and began planning the first bank reinforcement. This was then built in spring 2005 and is still in perfect condition today. The installed tongue and groove profiles with dimensions of 5 x 25 cm were vibrated vertically into the soil, are still watertight and show no signs of wear.

In the following years, the construction companies Ostseedienst Jaich- und -Schwalbe Baugesellschaft renewed breakwaters, sliding strips and fenders with different TRIMAX® profiles at the jetties and pontoons.

The jetty renovations then began. First in the fishing harbour at the fishing jetty, then also the jetties in the marina in the following years. After more than 5 years of good experience with these profiles, it was decided to use TRIMAX® here as well. The fluted 5 x 30 cm and 3 x 30 cm planks in the grey version were laid here as footbridge and stairway coverings.
The renovated jetty areas in the fishing and yacht harbour are between 50 and 70 m long and 1.20 to 2.50 m wide.

The slip resistance, especially in wet conditions, as well as the easy maintenance of the planks have convinced visitors and members. There is no longer any need for painting and the planks can simply be cleaned with a high-pressure cleaner as required. The material does not absorb water, does not splinter and is resistant to insect and fungal attack.
Further pontoons are now to be resurfaced with TRIMAX® in the coming years.





References
strande





01.07.2014

Construction of a jetty in Bad Bodenteich
Substructure and decking made of TRIMAX® profiles

The shoring example shows the jetty for kayaks and pedal boats of the municipality of Bad Bodenteich. Executed by Schröter Straßen- und GaLabau in Bad Bodenteich.

The jetty system consists of a main jetty, length about 20 m, width up to 1.5 m and four outriggers of 6-10 m length and width also up to 1.5 m, one (closer to the water surface) serving as a jetty for kayaks.

Substructure:
Posts with a diameter of 16 cm were used for the web foundation. Since the soil is bog, the posts had to be preflushed with a lance and then vibrated in with a petrol pile hammer or driven in by hand with a wooden base. Before this they were sharpened with a Vidiablatt tipped Motorflex to give good guidance.

The 4 m long posts were inserted up to 1.5 m into the lake bottom, and the water depth was up to 2.30 m. The posts were placed in the longitudinal direction. In the longitudinal direction, the post spacing was 1.3 - 1.8 m, and in the width, the spacing was one meter. Like the posts, the longitudinal supports (made of 15 x 15 cm beams) were aligned from a pontoon, placed on the posts and fixed. At about every third post they are interlocked. In order to fix the web width exactly, spacers of 70 cm, also made of 15 x 15 cm beams, were fixed between the posts. In addition, these spacers also serve to improve the stability of the entire substructure. For fixing and interlocking on the posts 260 mm long, 12 mm hexagon wood screws were used.

To prevent the 30 cm high embankment at the jetty from slipping, 5 x 25 cm planks with tongue and groove were installed to form a bank protection. The one-metre-long planks, pointed at the sides, were inserted about 70 cm into the subsoil.

The decking:
The covering of fluted 5 x 30 cm planks was then fixed to the longitudinal supports with 6 mm x 100 mm Niro-Spax countersunk screws. The planks were laid 1.5 cm apart.

Starting from the jetty, 4 jetty outriggers were then built in the same way. At the end of the outriggers the posts were stabilized with tongs made of 5 x 15 cm planks. After the decking was applied, a covering of 5 x 30 cm planks was added all around, reaching down to about 10 cm below the water surface.


References
jetty_floor_pond




03.12.2013

Pupil rowing bridge in Kiel at the Kiellinie
The facilities of several renowned Kiel rowing clubs and associations are located on the Kiellinie. Almost identical in construction are the bridges built here for the rowers. Formerly made entirely of wood, today more durable materials such as steel and high-quality plastic are being used. Thus, in 2010, coated steel was chosen for the substructure and glass-fibre reinforced recycled plastic for the planking of the student rowing bridge to be renovated, which has a total length of approx. 40.00 m and a width of 5.00 m in the access area and 3.00 m in the main bridge area.

Since many positive experiences with TRIMAX® have already been made on the Kiel Fjord, it was also taken into account in the tender.

This plastic building material, which has been approved by the building authorities, is, to name just a few points: rot-proof, UV-resistant, non-slip, water-repellent, frost-proof, non-toxic, recyclable, can be worked like wood and is barefoot-friendly, as it does not splinter or crack.

The client is very satisfied to have found a durable, long-lasting and also visually attractive surfacing material, just as he was with the other installations carried out so far.



References
keel line