Material and Production of Grip Strut Plank Grating

Material of grip strut plank grating

Since the introduction of Grip Strut Plank Grating products, they have been widely beloved by consumers for their unique structure and excellent anti-slip effects. So, what materials can be used for the production of Grip Strut Plank Grating?

The common materials for Grip Strut Plank Grating in the market include iron, aluminum, and stainless steel. Among them, iron is the most widely used material for Grip Strut Plank Grating.

Iron plates are inexpensive, easy to shape, and can be coated with paint or treated with electrostatic powder coating for corrosion prevention. They offer a variety of color options and are extensively used in dry environments. Grip Strut Plank Grating made of iron can also undergo hot-dip galvanization treatment, where a zinc alloy tightly seals the iron substrate on the surface, effectively preventing corrosion from corrosive factors in the air.

Stainless steel material is primarily used for Grip Strut Plank Grating in harsh working conditions such as chemical plants and sewage treatment plants. It has higher corrosion resistance compared to galvanized Grip Strut Plank Grating.

After production, aluminum Grip Strut Plank Grating has a smooth surface. After prolonged use, it can be chemically cleaned to achieve a brand-new appearance. It is lightweight, has good plasticity, and is particularly suitable for cases where the plank thickness is excessive.

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Production of grip strut plank grating

Before the production of Grip Strut Plank Grating, the material selection is the first step.

Then, the material goes through a punching machine to create sawtooth-shaped holes resembling a crocodile’s mouth. This process requires two steps to complete.

After these two steps, in order to provide the anti-slip function, the final step is to raise the teeth, allowing the serrations to protrude on the surface. Only then can the hole pattern of the Grip Strut Plank Grating be considered complete. If smaller treads are required, additional processes such as cutting, bending, and galvanizing are needed.

The manufacturing process of a single Grip Strut Plank Grating is complex and time-consuming. Typically, producing one piece or a large batch of Grip Strut Plank Grating follows the same procedures. Therefore, customers are advised to minimize the production time and labor by customizing the required quantity of Grip Strut Plank Grating in one order. The above is a brief introduction to Grip Strut Plank Grating and its production process, and I hope it proves beneficial to the user.

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