Grating

Different types of moulded grating are manufactured to suit the application and environmental conditions and are produced from high quality reinforcement materials and resins. They are designed to be used in areas where chemical and corrosion resistance is paramount. Our products can also be produced with fire retardant and/or conductive properties. Moulded composite products are generally non-conductive which makes them ideal for use in electrical industries. They also exhibit high strength to weight ratios making them easy to handle and install and allow for easy of fabrication and customisation.

 

Product thicknesses & Panel sizes

The following standard thicknesses are available however other thicknesses can be made to special order. (Please contact us for further details).

Thickness: 13mm, 25mm, 38mm, 50mm.

 

Standard stocked panel dimensions

3660 x 1220 x 13

3660 x1220 x 25

3660 x 1220 x 38

3660 x 1220 x 51

 

Non-standard panel sizes are available as a special order, (please refer to attached master list).

 

Moulded Grating

FRP moulded grating is formed using continuous interwoven glass fibres as reinforcement material and resin as the matrix, with continuous solidification through a mould system. The uniform construction provides excellent bi-directional mechanical properties.

 

Product type

Standard grating panels are available in either smooth top (for use in fencing) or grit top for maximum slip resistance. Panels can be either open mesh or flat solid top (to provide covers or to prevent material from falling through mesh).

 

Available colours

Standard stocked grating colours are yellow, green and grey. Other colours such as black,red, blue and beige are available on request.

 

Anchor fasteners

A range of stainless steel anchor clips are available for all panel sizes (please refer to details contained in the relevant product page on our website). Please click here to refer to attached faster details document.

FRP moulded grating is formed using continuous interwoven glass fibres as reinforcement material and resin as the matrix, with continuous solidification through a mould system. The uniform construction provides excellent bi-directional mechanical properties.