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Balls and Hemispheres
Decorative Fittings, rounds or half-rounds, also known as spheres and hemispheres.
Material which is cut to length and mounted to the end of cut bearing bars to give a finished appearance and protect the bearing bars from twisting.
Metal Grating products constructed with a series of load bearing bars that are attached together in a specified pattern by cross bars.
Pipe, tube or bar with single or multiple bends made to a specific radius or radii.
Bar Bend Size
The size of a handrail component known as a "bar bend"
Treads for stairs made from bar grating products.
Used on DIAMONDBACK_R plank gratings and plank flooring to attach panels together side to side without welding.
The width of the flange that forms the top and the bottom of an I Beam.
Bearing Bar Color
This characteristic identifies the color of the bearing bars that are used in Pultruded Fiberglass Grating.
Bearing Bar Shape
This characteristic is used in Grating products to identify the shape of a bearing bar in metal Bar Grating and fiberglass Pultruded Grating products. The most common bearing bar shapes are rectangular, T-bar and I-Bar.
Bearing Bar Thickness
This characteristic identifies the thickness of each bearing bar for Bar Grating items.
The angle of the bend in an "Elbow" type of handrail component, expressed in degrees.
The size of the bolt and /or length of stud in reference to the structural shapes of fiberglass studs and nuts.
Bolting Cloth (wire cloth)
A group of industrial wire cloth specs of stainless steel or monel with plain square mesh pattern. Wire diameter is lighter than Mill Grade. Typically high percentage of open area.
Bond (expanded metal)
The intersection of two strands in an expanded metal sheet.
Cutting sheets to size so that the holes are closed along the margins. Bond shearing is restricted by the spacing of the openings in the sheet (see random shearing).
Bottom Flange Space
Pultruded Fiberglass Grating is available in both "I-Bar" and "T-Bar" shapes, both of which incorporate a top and bottom flange. This term refers to the space between the bottom flange of adjacent bearing bars.
Also known as Handrail Brackets, there are used in the attachment of railings to adjacent walls or similar structures and are available in a variety of types and styles.
Brinell Hardness Test
A standard method of measuring the hardness of materials. The smooth surface of the metal is subjected to indentation by a hardened steel ball under pressure. The diameter of the indentation in the material surface is then measured by a microscope and the hardness value is read from a chart or determined by a prescribed formula.
The quantity and size of the components included in a bundle of Flex Angle.