McNICHOLS® Bar Grating

Welded, GW-150, 19-W-4 Spacing, Powder Coated Black, Hot Rolled, 1-1/2" x 3/16" Rectangular Bar, Serrated Surface, 77% Open Area
McNICHOLS® Bar Grating, Welded, GW-150, 19-W-4 Spacing, Carbon Steel, Hot Rolled, Powder Coated Black Finish, 1-1/2" Height x 3/16" Thick Rectangular Bearing Bars, Spaced 1-3/16" on Center with 1" Clear Space Between Bearing Bars, Serrated Surface, Bearing Bars Run Parallel to Length of Panel, Cross Bars Spaced 4" on Center, 77% Open Area

ITEM 6202310232 - 36" x 240"




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Item Number 6202310232
Product Line Bar Grating
Construction Type Welded
Series Type & Name GW-150 (19-W-4)
Product Spacing 19-W-4
Primary Material Carbon Steel (CS)
Alloy, Grade or Type Hot Rolled (HR)
Material Finish Powder Coated Black Finish
Bearing Bar Size & Shape 1-1/2" Height x 3/16" Thick Rectangular Bar
Bearing Bar Height 1-1/2"
Bearing Bar Thickness 3/16"
Bearing Bar Shape Rectangular Bar
Bearing Bar Spacing 1-3/16" on Center
Clear Space Between Bearing Bars 1"
Product Surface Serrated
Bearing Bar Direction (Span) Parallel to Length of Panel
Cross Bar Type Twisted Rod
Cross Bar Spacing 4" on Center
Percent Open Area 77%
Weight 10.8 Lbs./Square Foot
Product Form Panel
Drawings CAD Drawing - PDF
Sizes (Width x Length) 36" x 240"
Load Table View

Overview

McNICHOLS® Bar Grating brings safety, strength, durability, and character when installed in either industrial or architectural applications. It regularly appears on catwalks, factory floors, platforms, railing infill panels, and Stair Treads. A series of bearing bars are welded, swage locked, or press locked with perpendicular crossbars to form the panels. Bar Grating is a rugged, high-performance, low-maintenance and slip-resistant product capable of handling pedestrian or vehicular loads.

Ordering

The following selections are important considerations to help you choose the right McNICHOLS® Bar Grating product for your project or application. Please specify:

1

Application

Consider Bar Grating uses and physical requirements for your interior or exterior application. Loading, span and support needs as well as traffic requirements such as pedestrian, hand cart, and vehicular are important considerations. Several Bar Grating products comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) when installed to written standards. We invite you to browse Bar Grating applications in our Gallery.

2

Construction Type

Choose from Welded, Heavy-Duty Welded, Swage-Locked, Press-Locked, or Clinched construction types.

3

Series Type & Name

Determine the series type and name (GW-100, GHB-150, GAL-125, etc.) of the Bar Grating product for your project. Items that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standard will have this language indicated in the item description of the applicable product.

4

Product Spacing

Select the product spacing (the measurement from the center of one bearing bar to the center of an adjacent bearing bar) of the Bar Grating item. Product Spacing (e.g. 19-W-4) refers to the industry specification for Bar Grating products. For example, the first number refers to the bearing bar spacing measured on center (19 = 19/16" or 1-3/16"), the letter refers to the construction type (W = welded), and the last number references the cross bar spacing measured on center (4 = 4").

5

Primary Material / Product Finish

Select the primary material type including Aluminum, Carbon Steel, Carbon Steel - Powder Coated Black, Galvanized Steel, or Stainless Steel. Inventory is typically "mill finish" for Aluminum, Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel. Hot-Dipped Galvanized, Powder Coated Black or Powder Coated Gray finishes are available for many items. We provide more information on Primary Material Types and Product Finishes in the links provided in the Overview section on the Bar Grating Resources landing page.

6

Bar Size & Shape

Choose the bearing bar height and thickness (e.g. 1-1/4" Height x 3/16" Thick) and the shape (Rectangular Bar, I-Bar or T-Bar).

6

Bar Size & Shape

Choose the bearing bar height and thickness (e.g. 1-1/4" Height x 3/16" Thick) and the shape (Rectangular Bar, I-Bar or T-Bar).

7

Product Surface

Determine if your application requires a smooth, serrated or grooved product surface.

8

Percent Open Area

Choose the percentage of open area desired in the panel or pieces of Bar Grating.

9

Span

Choose the direction the bearing bars need to run to support the application load. Bearing bar direction is often referred to as span. Clear span refers to the distance in-between Grating supports. Direction of bearing bars is an important installation consideration.

10

Product Size, Form & Quantity

Identify the number of panels (width and length) and/or sizes (cut-to-size pieces, areas, Stair Treads) and cut types (random, uniform, equal stub). Areas exceeding standard panel widths are provided in multiple pieces to width.

11

Special Requirements

Specify any requirements such as fabrication, banding, notching, cut-outs, toeboards, Stair Treads, non-standard tolerances, etc.

12

Accessories

Determine if Bar Grating Accessories like Clips or Fasteners/Hardware, Carrier Plates, etc. are needed for your project or application.

Load Tables

Helpful Bar Grating reference guides to save, print, or share!

 

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