Metal Bar Gratings
75X75mm Grating Applications Building Materials

75X75mm Grating Applications Building Materials

75X75mm Grating Applications Building Materials has been main candidate for industrial floor market whether for the plant flooring or equipment flooring. With high strength-to-weight ratio and recyclability, bar gratings can meet almost any configuration. Compared with solid metal plates or other plates, open area makes bar grating need less or no maintenance. In addition, opening area allows for pass of small debris like leaves.

75X75mm Grating Applications Building Materials:

  • Mild carbon steel
    Steel grating is the most popular choice for many grating applications. It is often hot-dip galvanized or PVC coated to extend service life.
  • Aluminum
    Aluminum grating has unexpected strength-to-weight ratio. In addition, it is suitable for harsh environments like wet and corrosive.
  • Stainless steel
    Stainless steel grating is the prior choice for food processing factories which needs high sanitarian requirements.

Fabrication Options

75X75mm Grating Applications Building Materials

75X75mm Grating Applications Building Materials

  • FRP Grating | Redwood Plastics

    FRP Grating Load Bearing Chart – Common Sizes; Mini-Mesh FRP Grating Load Bearing Chart . Materials of Construction. Redwood Plastics offers eight resin systems for its molded grating to accommodate different applications to ensure optimum utilization of grating.

  • Molded Grating Selection & Details - Fibergrate

    Fibergrate® Molded Grating M olded Grating Selection & DetailsDesigned for screening applications only Must be fully supported in walking surface applications.| 800-527-4043control solutions in applications that are too severe for conventional FRP and other building materials. Each Super Vi-Corr

  • Metal Bar Grating | Direct Metals

    Direct Metals supplies bar grating products that can be used for a variety of applications. Bar grating is an ideal choice for projects ranging from trenches and stair treads to decking and steel flooring. Used as metal grates, bar grating covers open areas in flooring that require light, liquid, air, heat, and sound to pass between flooring

  • Metal Grating Guide: Bar Grating and Safety Grating

    Like bar grating, safety grating also has a high percentage of open surface, allowing for drainage and airflow. This helps to prevent liquids or other materials from building up to the point where they could become a slipping hazard. Typically, safety grating is made from metal sheet that is perforated or cold stamped in a variety of patterns.

  • FRP vs Steel - Pultruded Structural Fiberglass, FRP Grating

    FRP vs Steel. Bedford's fiberglass reinforced plastic is highly corrosion resistant. So unlike steel, it won't rust when it's exposed to harsh weather and chemicals. It's also nonconductive and impact resistant. Pound for pound, our FRP structural members are stronger than many steels in the lengthwise direction, and weigh up to 75% less.

  • Fibermesh & Aluminum Grating - HDG Building Materials

    Fiber Mesh & Aluminum Grating HDG Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Molded Grating is used in variety of applications including docks, piers, boat lifts and decks in 4' x 12' panel sizes (3/4” square mesh opening on top surface). It is also used in and around pools, marinas, waterparks and other public recreational areas. Micro-Mesh has maximum UV

  • Grating Material, Grating Material Suppliers and

    offers 9,587 grating material products. About 39% of these are metal building materials, 1% are steel structures, and 1% are synthetic fiber. A wide variety of grating material options are available to you, such as galvanized sheet, color steel, and pvc.

  • Fiberglass Grating | Direct Metals

    Applications for fiberglass grating range from architectural sun screening and fiberglass flooring, to standard walkways and stair treads. Molded Fiberglass Grating Molded fiberglass grating is a fiberglass-reinforced plastic (FRP) that combines fiberglass rovings with thermosetting resins to form a strong, one-piece molded fiberglass panel.