Pultruded grating is a type of fiberglass grating that is made by pulling fibers of glass through a resin bath and then a die to form the desired shape. It is a strong, durable, and lightweight material that is commonly used in a variety of applications, including flooring, decking, and walkways in industrial, commercial, and residential settings.
What Are The Advantages of Pultruded Grating?
- High strength-to-weight ratio: It is much stronger than traditional materials such as wood or steel, yet weighs much less, making it easier to handle and install. This makes it ideal for applications where weight is a concern, such as rooftops or offshore oil platforms.
- Corrosion Resistance: It will not rust or rot, making it an excellent choice for use in wet environments. It is also resistant to many chemicals, making it suitable for use in industrial environments where exposure to harsh chemicals may occur.
- Easy maintenance and long life: it requires no painting or other forms of maintenance, and can withstand heavy traffic and wear and tear without showing signs of wear. This makes it a cost-effective option in the long run, as it does not need to be replaced as frequently as other materials.
Unicomposite and Pultruded Grating
Unicomposite’s pultruded grating has the advantages of high strength, corrosion resistance, low maintenance cost and long service life, making it an excellent choice for our customers. An innovative and cost-effective alternative to traditional materials such as steel and wood, it is fast becoming the first choice for many industrial, commercial and residential projects.