Riveted Grating Riveted Gratings are manufactured by coldpress riveting straight bearing bars to crimped rectangular flat bars. The oldest form of grating, riveted products offer superior resistance to impact, fatigue and repetitive loads. Materials Riveted gratings are available in carbon steel, 6000 series aluminum, and 300 series stainless
Other Brown-Campbell Products Riveted Grating. Riveted Grating is the first choice by many engineers for many applications. Compared to welded or swage-locked grating, riveted has a greater load carrying capacity for the same span and depth of grating. Reticulated bars, riveted to the bearing bars increase resistance to buckling caused by
The part numbers shown above are for carbon steel riveted gratings. To specify aluminum or stainless steel products, replace the alpha character 鈥淩鈥?with 鈥淎R鈥?for aluminum products or 鈥淪R鈥?for stainless steel products. Examples: Type 18-AR-7 for riveted aluminum grating with bearing bars 1-1/8鈥?apart and rivets at 7鈥?on center.
R Series. Heavy duty riveted grating is the oldest style of industrial grating, but still the choice of many engineers due to its ruggedness, reliability and durability. This grating is composed of straight bearing bars and bent connecting bars which are joined at their contact points by rivets.
Riveted Bar Grating Applications. Because of the benefits listed above, riveted bar grating is a preferred choice for engineering applications. Riveted grating is available with a smooth or serrated surface that offers the perfect solution for rolling stock and wheeled equipment, particularly items that contain casters, as well as walkways that require maximum walking comfort.
Stock grating panels are manufactured in nominal 24", 36", and 48" widths. These sizes allow for efficient layout and waste minimization when fabricated to your exact specification. Unlike competing grating products, individual grating panels do not require supports on all four sides of each cut piece.
Riveted Grating Aluminum Size No. Bearing Bar Size Weight (#/) Moment of Inertia (.) Section Modulus (.) Maximum span recommended for 鹿/鈧勨€?de铿俥ction under uniform load of 100 psf. (normal pedestrian tra铿僣) in inches
Riveted Grating is the first choice when greater rolling loads are required. Reticulated bars are riveted to bearing bars permitting a higher resistance to buckling caused by vehicular rolling traffic. Compared to welded bar or swage-locked grating, riveted has greater load carrying capacity for the same span and depth of grating.