44X8 44X6 38X9 Heavy Duty Steel Grating For Highways Plant Floors
Drain and Airports
Welded Heavy Duty Gratings are designed to service applications
subject to heavy rolling and static loads such as highways, plant
floors, loading docks, inlet covers and airports. Since these
conditions can range from light-duty forklifts to heavy-duty truck
or aircraft traffic, heavy duty gratings are manufactured in a wide
range of bar sizes and spacings.
Standard heavy-duty bar grating is resistance-welded for
durability, strength and safety using an automated
electric/hydraulic welding process. High temperatures, combined
with high pressure, fuse the bearing bars and cross bars together
to form a permanent joint.
Materials & Finishes:
Heavy duty gratings are manufactured in carbon steel and 300 series
stainless steels. Carbon steel products are available bare (no
finish), painted with manufacturers standard paint, or hot dip
galvanized. Stainless steel products are available mill finish,
commercially cleaned or electro-polished.
Specifications of heavy duty steel grating
- Materials: low carbon steel or stainless steel.
- Surface treatment: galvanized, powder coating, pickling, electrochemical polishing.
- Surface type: smooth surface and serrated surface.
- The parameter of heavy-duty welded steel grating
- Width: 600 mm, 900 mm, 1200 mm.
- Length: 1000 mm to 1800 mm.
- Panel widths: Standard panel widths are 24" (36" available on certain sizes).
Lengths up to 20' & 24' certain size.
|Table 1: Spacing of Heavy-Duty Welded Steel Grating|
|Item||Bearing Bar Spacing||Cross Bar Spacing|
- Strap packing: Generally used for neat press locked steel grating.
- Pallet packing: Generally for the press-locked steel grating which need to export
and load in container.
- Screw rod fixation: Use four screw rods through the mesh and fixed with screws.
airfield landing mats and trenches, airplane unloading ramps,
highway bridge decking and sidewalks, concrete reinforcements,
vault covers, ramps and docks, industrial flooring and trenches,
off-shore drilling rigs and paper mills.
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