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Galvanized catwalk grating or Galvanized steel walkway grating is a widely used anti-slip walkway material.
It uses hot-dip galvanizing technology and has excellent anti-rust and corrosion resistance, and can be used for a long time in harsh environments.
The structure of a galvanized catwalk grating usually consists of multiple galvanized steel grating panels that are connected together by welding or rivets to form a strong, non-slip walkway.
Its surface is usually treated with anti-skid treatment, such as spraying anti-skid particles or processing grooves to increase anti-skid performance.
In addition to its anti-slip properties, galvanized Catwalk grating also has the advantages of strong load-bearing capacity, good durability, and easy cleaning and maintenance.
It can be widely used in sidewalks, walkways, stairs, steps and other fields, especially in places that require high load-bearing capacity, such as factories, warehouses, docks, etc.
Galvanized catwalk grating is a high-performance, easy-to-install and maintain anti-slip walkway material that can meet a variety of needs and application scenarios.
Galvanized Catwalk grating is known for its high strength, load-bearing capacity, and resistance to impact and deformation. It is also easy to install, maintain, and clean.
Additionally, the open design of the grating allows for the passage of light, air, and liquids, making it suitable for applications where drainage or ventilation is required.
|ASTM A36, GB Q235, S235JR, ASTM A572-50, GB Q345B, S355JR
|Welded, swage-locked, or press-locked
|Standard plain surface, serrated surface
|Cross Bar Spacing
|Customizable, typically 2″ or 4″, center to center
|Bearing Bar Spacing
|Customizable, typically 15/16″ or 1-3/16″, center to center
|Bearing Bar Height
|Customizable, typically 20mm to 60mm
|Bearing Bar Thickness
|Customizable, typically 2mm to 5mm
|Cross Bar Size
|Customizable, typically 4mm to 10mm diameter
|Serrated or plain surface, depending on the application
|Welding, clips, or bolts and nuts, depending on the application
|Meets industry standards and applicable building codes, including ASTM, ISO, and ANSI/NAAMM
Galvanized catwalk grating, also known as steel grating or hot-dip galvanized grating, etc., is a mesh mesh with longitudinal steel and horizontal steel bars.
It is usually made from high quality cold pump rods welded in place and then a reinforced straightening machine is used to straighten the board.
During the production process, it is necessary to clean the oil stains, paint and wood pulp on the surface of the flat steel, and use a hammer to clean it.
The main applications of galvanized grating include but are not limited to drainage ditch covers, floor drain grids, step boards, car wash ditch covers and platform steel gratings, etc.
The advantages of galvanized steel grating include anti-slip, anti-snow, easy cleaning, strong load-bearing capacity, and easy installation.
During use, galvanized catwalk grating should be kept away from water sources to prevent rust and contamination.
During storage and placement, they should also be protected from moisture and avoid deformation and rust.
In addition, care should be taken to prevent falling and damage when handling, and care and maintenance should be paid attention to during use.
There are 3 types of Galvanized steel grating: hot-dip galvanized steel grating and Press-locked Galvanized steel grating and Welded Galvanized steel grating.
Hot-dip galvanized steel grating is also known as hot-dip galvanizing, involves melting zinc ingots at high temperatures, putting in some auxiliary materials, and then dipping the structural metal parts into a galvanizing bath to attach a zinc layer to the metal parts.
The advantage of hot-dip galvanizing is its strong anti-corrosion ability, good adhesion and hardness of the galvanized layer.
The weight of the product increases after galvanizing, and the amount of zinc we often refer to is mainly for hot-dip galvanizing.
Press-locked Galvanized steel grating is made of low carbon steel and stainless steel. It is a grid formed by welding or press-locking cross bars to bearing bars.
The press-locked grating has the characteristics of high strength, light structure, high bearing capacity, anti-corrosion and so on.
It is widely used in power plants, chemical plants, oil refineries, steel mills, machinery factories, shipyards, paper mills and other industries.
Welded Galvanized steel grating is made of low carbon steel or stainless steel. It is widely used in construction, petroleum, chemical industry, power plant, sewage treatment plant, food processing plants and other industries.
The surface of the Welded Galvanized steel grating is hot dip galvanized or electro-galvanized. The hot dip galvanized layer is thick and the electro-galvanized layer is thin. It has good corrosion resistance and anti-rust properties.
Welded Galvanized steel grating is divided into two kinds of bearing bars: flat bar and I-bar. The distance between the two bearing bars is called pitch
Galvanized steel grating is a popular choice for various industrial and commercial applications due to its durability, corrosion resistance, and cost-effectiveness.