Fiberglass grating is found in fresh and saltwater marine environments worldwide for its extreme durability and safety qualities.
Grating is found in fresh and saltwater marine environments worldwide for its extreme durability and safety qualities.
Fiberglass grating is found around docks and marinas worldwide. Salt sea water is one of the most corrosive elements and will rust, corrode or embrittle most metals including stainless steel.
FRP grating’s slip-resistant qualities provide a low-maintenance alternative to steel and wood in marine environments. Grating is available with embedded grit top for applications where maximum wear resistance and skid resistance is required.
Fountains and aquariums found in public and private facilities use fiberglass grating to support media including rocks aiding in circulation and filtration. Grating is also frequently used near the surface of the water in large public fountains to protect lights and spray headers from damage as well as prevent injury from public mishaps.