General Introduction to Steel Gratings to Help You Know It Better

Steel grating, also known as bar grating or metal grating, is an open grid assembly of metal bars, in which the bearing bars, running in one direction, are spaced by rigid attachment to cross bars running perpendicular to them or by bent connecting bars extending between them, which is designed to hold heavy loads with minimal weight. It is widely used as floors, mezzanines, stair treads, fencing, trench covers and maintenance platforms in factories, workshops, motor rooms, trolley channels, heavy loading areas, boiler equipment and heavy equipment areas, etc.

Various types of steel gratings are placed on the ground.
A piece of plain welded bar grating is displayed.
Plain steel grating

It provides excellent bearing capacity and is widely used in almost all industrial applications.

A piece of serrated press-locked metal grating is displayed.
Serrated steel grating

It provides excellent slip resistance and is especially applicable to places where excellent slip resistance is required.