FRP Pultruded Grating, Fibreglass GRP Pultruded Grating

FRP / GRP Pultruded Fibreglass Grating is specified when high strengths are required for spanning large unsupported areas

Pultruded Fibreglass Grating For High Strength Applications

FRP pultruded grating has super strength, is lightweight and uses pultruded “I” beams providing greater strength.

FRP pultruded grating

FRP pultruded grating is used in installations where exceptional load bearing and uninterrupted spans need to be bridged. The high ratio of glassfibre to resin content guarantees exceptional mechanical strength. FRP pultruded grating is available in 25mm, 38mm, 50mm, 75mm and 100mm thicknesses I beam construction with 18%, 30%, 33%, 35%, 40%, 50%, or 60% open surface areas.

Fibreglass GRP pultruded grating provide high strength available with 25mm up to 100mm thickness.

Fibreglass GRP pultruded grating provides high strength available with 25mm up to 100mm thickness.

Fibreglass GRP pultruded grating

Fibreglass GRP pultruded grating is manufactured with Angular Quartz integrally bonded to the top surface, which produces an extremely long-lasting, hard-wearing surface. This gritted anti-slip texture has one of the highest degrees of slip resistance ever measured for a walking surface in wet, oily and icy conditions.

Pultruded Fibreglass Grating For High Strength Applications

Pultruded grating for industry. High strength, light, various thicknesses & panel sizes.

Improves health & safety standards

Pultruded grating is the ideal choice where health and safety in the workplace is paramount. The material provides excellent chemical resistance, is maintenance free, easy to install and offers long term durability.

Applications

  • High Load Bearing Areas
  • Assembly Lines
  • Continuous Walkways
  • Bridges / Ramps

Thicknesses

  • 25mm
  • 38mm
  • 50mm
  • 75mm
  • 100mm

Benefits

  • Uninterupted Spans
  • Huge Mechanical Strength
  • Unlimited Panel Lengths
  • Various Open Surface Areas

British Standard Test Results

The B.S. 4592 test was devised to test and assess the slip resistance of industrial type flooring intended for use in water and wet areas. A co-efficient of friction (CoF) is calculated by determining the mean angle of inclination that an operator can safely maintain when the flooring is subjected to a continuous stream of water.

British Standard Test Results

Colours

Standard colours are Green and Grey, other RAL colours available on request for volume orders.

Light Grey Safety Yellow

Note: Due to the printing process colours shown are a guide only.