Steel Mesh Grating
Steel mesh grating is made by welding with flat steel and bars with certain distances. it goes through cutting,opening, edging and other process. the products enjoy the features of high strength, light structure, high bearing.
Mesh Grating Description
Steel mesh grating is made by welding with flat steel and bars with certain distances. it goes through cutting,opening, edging and other process.
steel mesh 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.
The combination of heavy-weight bearing bars and twisted steel cross bars provide excellent grating stability and loading capabilities. The cross bars are welded or electro-forged to the rectangular shaped bearing bars by a process that combines intense hydraulic pressure with a powerful electric current.
Steel Mesh Grating Features
The products enjoy the features of high strength, light structure, high bearing.
Mesh Grating Application
The most widely used gratings, available for flooring, sidewalk, drainage cover, stair tread.etc.
It is widely used in the platform, corridor, bridge, well covers, stairs, fencing for petroleum, chemical, power plant, wast treatment plant, civil engineering projects and environmental projects
Rain Water Steel Grating Installation Notes:
(1) T type- Rain Water Steel Grating for ordinery side ditch and transverse
1、The anchors of frame must be firmly embedded in cement layer;
2、The supporting surface on the opposite sides of ditch must be smooth and solid.
(2) U type- Rain Water Steel Grating for U type ditch
The iron angles will be the main support for the whole grating cover, the iron angles of the grating cover must be smooth and firm.
(3) M type- Rain Water Steel Grating for borehole
1、The support surface of borehole cover must be smooth and solid, and as close as possible to the frame.
2、Anchors must be firmly embedded in cement or bitumen layer