FRP / GRP Pultruded Gratings

Pultruded Gratings

Saudigrate FRP/GRP pultruded gratings are made with pultruded profiles ("I" or "T" type) in isophthalic or vinyl ester resins. I-Shape bars, T-Shape bars, and High-Load bars for Heavy-Duty Applications. Panels are mechanically assembled and chemically bonded. Which will assure high corrosion resistance together with an excellent mechanical strength to the high percentage of glass fibers (roving, continuous multidirectional mat, veil).

SAUDIGRATE FRP/GRP pultruded gratings are the best choice, when compared to traditional aluminium or steel gratings, especially in corrosive environments. These gratings are available in standard yellow (isophthalic resin) or grey (vinyl ester resin).

Pultrusion is a continuous process in which the glassfibers, glass mating and a synthetic surface veil are literally “pulled” simultaneously through a polyester or vinyl ester resin bath. The desired geometric shape is formed as they are pulled through a heated steel die as the composite hardens.

Pultruded gratings are light weight, strong, chemical and UV resistant with less maintenance. Pultruded gratings are well suited for highly corrosive environments and offers very high load bearing capacity.

On request: gratings with different geometry and resins are available.

Ferrograte FRP Pultruded gratings are made by assembling FRP pultrusions which are manufactured with a high percentage of glass fiber roving soaked with resin and finally designed to desired shapes by heating and pultrusion.

Pultruded gratings are light weight, strong, chemical and UV resistant with less maintenance. Pultruded gratings are well suited for highly corrosive environments and offers very high load bearing capacity.

Ferrograte FRP Pultruded gratings are made by assembling FRP pultrusions which are manufactured with a high percentage of glass fiber roving soaked with resin and finally designed to desired shapes by heating and pultrusion.

Pultruded gratings are light weight, strong, chemical and UV resistant with less maintenance. Pultruded gratings are well suited for highly corrosive environments and offers very high load bearing capacity.

Pultrusion Process
Pultrusion-process
Gratings Selection Table

Pultrusion-process

I - Type

Pultrusion-process

T - Type

Type Height (mm) (T) Top edge width (mm) (A) Space Between (mm) (B) Clearence width (mm) (C) Open Area (%)') Estimated Weight (kg/m3)
I-4010 25 15 25 10 40 17.1
I-5010 25 15 30 15 50 14.2
I-6010A 25 15 38 23 60 11.2
I-6010B 25 8 19.8 11.8 60 12.2
I-4015 38 15 25 10 40 22
I-5015 38 15 30 15 50 19.1
I-6015 38 15 38 23 60 16.2
I-4012 30 15 25 10 40 18.8
I-5012 30 15 30 15 50 15.7
I-6012 30 15 38 23 60 12.6
I-40125 32 15 25 10 40 19.8
I-50125 32 15 30 15 50 17.4
I-60125 32 15 38 23 60 13.5
I-4020 50 15 25 10 40 28.5
I-5020 50 15 30 15 50 24.2
I-6020 50 15 38 23 60 20.1
T-1210 25 38 43.4 5.4 12 14.5
T-1810 25 38 50.8 9.5 18 13.8
T-2510 25 38 50.8 12.7 25 12.3
T-3310 25 41.3 19.7 61 33 11.2
T-3810 25 38 61 23 38 10.2
T-1215 38 38 43.3 5.2 12 19.6
T-2515 38 38 50.8 12.7 25 16.7
T-3815 38 38 61 23 38 14.2
T-3320 50 25.4 38.1 12.7 33 20.3
T-5020 50 25.4 50.8 25.4 50 15.7