Molded phenolic grating

Molded or pultruded phenolic grating?
Why choose a molded phenolic grating produced using molding technology rather than a pultruded phenolic grating produced using pultrusion technology? For several reasons.
Molded phenolic grating:                          
1)      its monholitic structure has no weak connection points (even in the long term), while the pultruded type needs mechanical connection systems and/or glueing;
2)      offers an excellent impact resistance higher to that of pultruded grating as it has no mechanical junctions or glueing;
3)      has a high resin content (>60%),which offers an enhanced protection against chemical corrosion (pultruded grating has a resin content of < 40%);
4)      provides bi-directional loadbearing capacity, whereas pultruded grating operates in one direction only;
5)      loadbearing capacity is guaranteed even when the grating is shaped, unlike pultruded grating which requires the installation of collars and/or additional supports.

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Molded phenolic grating

SCH 152/38_PH_L2

 

 
TECHNICAL TABLE
Standard panels (mmxmm) 1220x3660
Mesh (mm) 38x152
Clear span (mm) 20x138
Height (mm) 38
Bar thickness (mm) bearing bar   15,6      upper part
                        8     bottom part
cross bar         13     upper part
                       10    bottom part
Weight (kg/m2) 20
Color brown
 
 

 

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