Dura Composites has been a supplier to the marine industry for over 20 years and specialises in the provision of structural glass-reinforced plastic Dura Grating walkways.
Glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) is a composite material commonly known as fibreglass which offers a practical low-maintenance and long-lasting alternative to steel and wood in corrosive marine and freshwater environments.
Dura Grating is a superb anti-slip surface material for marina walkways which can be quickly and easily installed and can be cut on site using standard tools.
Dura Composites supplies fibreglass grating for application on jetties, access brows and mooring facilities. Dura Grating is high-strength, weatherproof and low-maintenance and boasts an excellent lifecycle cost.
Whilst other jetty surface materials such as wood can rot and become slippery over time, Dura Grating has Angular Quartz grit integrally bonded to the top surface, which produces an extremely long lasting hardwearing finish with phenomenal anti-slip properties.
Dura Grating for marine environments is available in standard mesh, mini-mesh, micro-mesh and solid top varieties in a range of colours to suit every need.
Available in a variety of colours and finishes
Our Marina Fibreglass Grating is available in a variety of colours, to complement their natural appearance. From dark green to more earthy tones like light grey and sand, there is an option to suit every application.
Marina grating colour options
Our marina grating is available in three colours in the standard range, four colours in the mini mesh range, three colours in the micro mesh range and in grey for the solid top range. To check colour availability for each product type, please visit the product range page. Colour samples are available on request, or for large orders, bespoke colours can be selected.
Please note that colours shown are representative only; actual colours may vary slightly. Whilst Marina Grating is relatively colour stable, there will likely be some initial colour lightening as the product weathers, which typically occurs in the first 3 months.
Our manufacturing process results in a high level of colour consistency although some variation in colour may be apparent across grating from different production batches.