Heavy-duty bar grating is a steel grating product specially developed for special load-bearing occasions.
steel grating plate with flat steel width of more than 65mm and bearing flat steel thickness of 6mm or more; cross bar is usually flat steel or steel with diameter of 10mm or 12mm; flat steel spacing is generally 40mm The cross bar spacing is generally 50mm, 100mm optional.
Heavy-duty bar grating types
According to the production process, Heavy-duty bar gratings can be divided into: heavy-duty welded steel gratings and heavy-duty pressure-locked steel gratings.
A. Heavy-duty welded grid plate refers to a steel grating with steel bars for cross bars. It is suitable for single-directional load applications.
B. Heavy-duty pressure lock grid plate refers to the steel plate with flat steel strip for cross bar. It is suitable for double-direction load, but the price is much higher than that of pressure-welded steel grating. Under normal circumstances, it is not recommended.
Heavy-duty bar grating advantages
Heavy-duty bar grating is larger than the common steel grating model, and its own weight can reach several hundred kilograms. The Heavy-duty bar grating shape process and characteristics are the same as ordinary steel grating. The biggest feature of heavy steel gratings is their large load carrying capacity and the strongest impact resistance. If there is a requirement for anti-slip effect, it is recommended to use a toothed steel grating to provide better friction. It is the first choice for some places with large loads.
Heavy-duty bar grating use
Heavy-duty bar grating are specially designed for heavy load applications. They are mainly used in airports, highways, industrial platforms, port terminals and other site platforms with special requirements.