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Steel Grate – How it is used in Harshest Environments

December 20, 2010

Steel grate can be used in a variety of applications throughout industrial environments such as automotive plants and steel mills, among others.  Steel grate provides an open bar structure that allows for draining slippery elements that are prominent, including grease and oil.  The steel surface is able to withstand contact with heavy equipment and other materials that require a high strength to weight ratio.

Steel grate can be incorporated to form the following:

  • Stair Treads
  • Mezzanines
  • Bridge Walkways
  • Entryway Grating
  • Architectural Grating
  • Among Others

Although this multi-faceted material stands strong on its own, another thing to consider is how safe this product is to use in harsh environments.  Incorporating a non-slip surface will not only allow for a prolonged life span of the material, but will ensure the safety and security of the employees that are utilizing the walking surface.  Slip resistant steel grate meets and exceeds the slip resistant requirements administered by OSHA and ASTM.  Non-slip steel grate has a file hard surface between 55 – 63 on the Rockwell “C” scale and has a bond strength of at least 4,000 psi.

If you’re looking for a durable, slip resistant and drainable material for your next industrial flooring project, look no further than non-slip steel grate.

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