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Steel Grating - Available Patterns from Webforge

Steel Grating

Steel Grating Patterns

Webforge grating patterns meet AS1657 Clause 3.2.3.4 requirements.
If your application needs to meet AS1657 Clause 4.5 requirements, then Webmesh must be fixed under the grating.

Patterns A & B

A & B patterns conform to the AS 1657 Code for Fixed Platforms, Walkways, Stairway and Ladders.

These patterns are the most commonly specified and installed. This type of grating with its 30mm load bar centres has the greatest resistance to surface impact. It is used extensively in Power Stations, Refineries, Sewerage Treatment Plants, Grain Silos, Chemical Plants and for trafficable drain grates and stair treads. In serrated form, patterns A & B are used in wet, greasy areas especially in the oil industry on offshore production platforms. 

NB: Serrations are not as effective in the B pattern because of the pitch of the cross rods.

STEEL PATTERN A
STEEL PATTERN B

Patterns C & D

C & D patterns are lighter and more economical than the A & B Pattern, while still conforming to the requirements of AS 1657.  

This range is ideal in areas which do not have to withstand high impacts or heavy loading.

NB: Serrations are not as effective in the D pattern because of the pitch of the cross rods.
STEEL PATTERN C
STEEL PATTERN D

Pattern F

F pattern grating has been specifically developed for the mining industry where spillage of material onto floors is a problem. The large square openings (nominally 60 x 50) allow most materials to fall through the grating, thus keeping the walking surface clear and safe. This product is frequently specified for conveyor walkways and floors in crusher buildings, process plants and transfer stations.

NB: Serrations are not as effective in the F pattern because of the pitch of the cross rods.
Pattern F

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