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Steel Gratings vs Stone Gratings: Which Is Best For You? Private

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Gratings are designed for high impact and high load applications. The most common materials for grates are steel or stone.

Steel grating is an essential structural component of many builds, particularly in commercial and industrial spaces.

Steel is used in grating due to the following reasons:

Higher heat absorption:
Due to its metallic properties, steel grates tend to absorb and retain heat rapidly. Steel grating could lead to an uncomfortable environment for users over prolonged periods, as the ambient temperature could rise as the day passes.

Not aesthetically pleasing:

Run Requirements

The “run” is the measurement of the tread, which needs to be a minimum of 10 inches if the tread has an overhang on it (see image). This is a measurement from the nose of the tread to nose of the tread. You are not required to have a nosing/overhang on your stair treads. But if your stairs don’t have a nosing you are required to have a tread that is at least 11 inches long.

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New anti-slip, non-pinned, self weighted reinforced plastic trench cover

This new Oxford Plastics trench cover has an innovative Flexi-Edge system which greatly reduces trip hazards for pedestrians.

The underside and edge of the Oxford Low Pro are made from a soft flexible material which grips the surface underneath the board and helps to reduce any unwanted movement.

These rubber edges can be replaced and recycled, so you can extend the life of your Oxford Low Pro.

Its innovative design reduces installation time as there is no need to bolt the product down, but is still very stable.

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