|Place of Origin:||HESLY METAL MESH, Anping, China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10 SQM|
|Price:||Negotiated according to the order|
|Packaging Details:||In bulk or Pallet|
|Delivery Time:||12 working days/20' GP|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C at sight, D/P at sight, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||50 SQM / day|
|Material:||Low Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel||Technical:||Swage Locked|
|Bearing Bar Style:||Flat / Serrated / "I"||Bearing Bar Pitch:||15mm To 50mm|
|Cross Bar Pitch:||50mm To 200mm||Coating:||Galvanised / Powder Coated / Fluorocarbon Paint|
The Swage Locked Steel Gratings are manufactured by inserting hollow tube cross bars into pre-punched holes in the bearing bars. The cross bars are then swaged forming a positive mechanical connection. The cross bars are recessed below the top surface of the bearing bars providing a uniform and attractive architectural appearance.
Swage locking is a particularly efficient process for the production of close mesh gratings. Type 7-SL-4 with 3/16" thick bearing bars provides a net 1/4" clear opening between the bearing bars. This narrow opening is often preferred in public areas where concerns of drainage and the presence of high heeled shoes converge.
Swage-Locked I-Bar Grating is the most widely used and provides the strength equal to a rectangular bar of the same depth, but at far less weight and cost. The I-bars are permanently locked to the cross rods (positioned every 2" or 4") by a swaging process.
Swage-Locked Rectangular Bar Grating uses the swaging process to permanently lock the cross rods (positioned every 2" or 4") to the rectangular bars.