Hot dip galvanized Floor Grating is utilized as suitable operating floor, raised walking platform, stair way or floor in various commercial and industrial buildings. It is basically used as flooring medium or as cover of different openings. Transverse bars, metal angle bar and bearings made of aluminum, carbon steel alloy, stainless steel or welded steel are chosen to design this grating. Importance is given on improving ventilation and loading capacity of this grating during its fabrication. Numerous fixing clips are used for its installation on supporting structure. High strength and corrosion proof design are its key features. We are a renowned supplier and manufacturer of Floor Grating.
- High load enduring capacity.
- Its design promotes adequate ventilation of air.
- Offered in different surface finishing options.
- Exceptional strength.
Specifications Of Bearing Bar Or Load Bearing Bar (BB) :
Bearing Bar is also known as the Load Bearing Bar, as it is especially designed to support the load that is put on the Floor Grating. Available is is formulated by following the ultra advanced techniques which the help of highly efficient machinery and equipment. Strong grade of Carbon Steel grade raw materials are utilized in the fabrication of the offered Load Bearing Bar.
Â Mesh is the center distance between two adjacent bearing bars and cross bars.
b) Cross Bars (CB)
As the name suggests, offered Cross Bars are always positioned transversely across the load bearing bars. These get welded into them at the point of their interaction which provides a lateral restraint. In the Gratings which are formed by using the Steel, Cross Bars are made up of square twisted wires rod from low carbon grade steel of SAE1008.
c) Edge Binding Bars
Edge Binding Bars are also called Frame Bars, which are fixed to the edge of the gratings and flush with the top of bearing bar.
- Mundra, India
- 50000 Per Week
- 5-7 Days
- standard packing
- All India
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