- Mesh size
- Cross bars
- Bearing bars
- Banding bars
- Mesh width =
- Mesh spacing =
- Angle collar
- Bottom support
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Mesh size: Mesh size is largely determined by the way the mesh is configured – i.e. depending on the different spaces which the bearing bar (T) and the cross bar (F) can take.
Cross bars: At right angles to the bearing bars, the cross bars connect the bearing bars with one another in that they are pressed and/or welded at the intersection points.
Bearing bars: In parallel with one another from one rest to the next, the bearing bars are the load carrying flat bars set out perpendicularly.
Banding bars: Gratings are usually banded allound by flat bar, T-shaped section or U-shaped section.
Mesh width = clear distance (a) between the bearing bar and the cross bar
Mesh spacing = measurement from axis to axis (b) for the bearing bars and cross bars
Angle collar: Is an angle welded on to the grating on one or more sides. The span of the angle should be at least bearing bar height.
Notching: Special notching on the bearing bars and banding bars in the area of the rests
Cut-outs: These are entire sections or oblique sections removed from the grating. If the length of cut is smaller than 0.5 m, we refer to them as “small” cut-outs.
Bottom support: Banding strengthened and extended upwards