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Framed, finished wire mesh panels used as a design element. Some applications are plant screens and rock walls.
The thickness of the grating for which the end plate is made.
Edge Banding Shape
The shape (configuration) of edge banding for grating products. Typically a flat bar, but may also be identified as a Type A (female) or Type B (male) banding in some plank grating products.
Elevated Floor Pedestals
Designed as either fixed or adjustable pedestals, these products fit into the underside of Molded Grating and provide support for elevated flooring.
A fiberglass structural shape designed to be embedded in concrete to provide a shelf for a grating product to sit on.
Sold in pairs and typically pre-punched with a slot and a hole, these are the components that are attached to the end of a piece of grating to make a stair tread. They are typically flat plates used with Bar Grating and some types of Plank Grating.
This refers to the size of the endplate used on stair treads made from bar grating that is welded, press-locked or locked by swaging. There are a series of standard size endplates that are pre-punched with a slot and hole for mounting purposes.
Typically, bar grating stair treads come in a finished form with endplates attached to the tread. Stair treads can also be made without endplates attached if they are going correctly welded in place.
Equal Leg Angle
A structural shape produced with two legs typically set against each other at a 90 degree angle.
Grating and Catwalk products created through an expanded metal process on heavy plate.
Sheet or coil products slit then expanded to create diamond shaped patterns of specified dimensions.
Treads for stairs made from expanded grating products.
A metal sheet that is simultaneously slit and stretched into a rigid, non-raveling open mesh.
Expanded Metal Grating
A sheet or plate expanded into a structural open grating ideal for catwalk and platform application. Certain expanded metal grating products can be flattened.
This characteristic identifies the accepted description of an Expanded Metal pattern. For Standard and Flattened products, the style describes the size of the design and the gauge of material. For Expanded Grating, it is the weight per square foot.
This characteristic identifies the broad type of Expanded Metal - Standard, Flattened or Decorative.