Aluminum grating

aluminum grating
aluminum grating
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aluminum, steel
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3 mm (0.1 in)


Over time, MEISER has developed and produced more than 5,000 différent types of grating. Most of these versions were created from very detailed spécifications by the customer, architect or planning office. Often the main focus is on functionality, although it is not unusual for aesthetics to play a certain rôle, with a tight budget sometimes setting clear limitations. If everything cornes together, we speak of spécial solutions or spécial grating, which we find particularly appealing. Imagination and technical expertise are required for comb grating, finned grating or grating on which you can walk barefoot. If load-bearing capacity is less important than Visual screening, MEISER louvre grating are used. The requirements corne from our customers, but the development and the technically reliable solution is provided by us. MEISER finned grating stands out considerably compared to a classical grating. The function of the cross bar is taken over in this version by a pipe that is inserted centrally in the bearing bars. This provides the finned grating with a very high-quality appearance, although this is less suitable for larger span widths. In normal cases the finned grating is not provided with a surround, particularly in order not to disrupt the very clear design. Finned grating is often used as a high-quality ventilation cover for use indoors. To this purpose they can be manufactured from aluminium and high-grade steel, or of course in the classical version of hot dip galvanised steel. They can be further adapted to individual requirements through the use of special bearing bar profiles and different pipe diameters.


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