From extreme heat and massive swells to bitter cold and heavy rains, the maritime industry regularly encounters hazardous environments at sea and onshore. Create a safe working environment for seafarers and crewmembers abroad your vessel or structure with premium bar grating from Indiana Gratings.
Often exposed to long hours of direct sunlight, corrosive salt or freshwater and jarring movements, bar grating products manufactured from high-strength, corrosion-resistant materials are best suited for marine and ship applications. Common choices include aluminum, stainless steel and fiberglass.
Aluminum is lightweight, stiff, moisture resistant and available in a variety of bar sizes and spacings, with cross bars joined to bearing bars with flush-top, dovetailing, swage-locking, riveting or one-piece plank constructions. Bar grating can have smooth or serrated work surfaces.
Manufactured from alloy types 304, 304L, 316 or 316L, stainless steel bar grating is rugged, long-lasting and designed to withstand severely corrosive and high-moisture environments. It’s available in myriad bar sizes and spacings with welded and swage-locked constructions and plain or serrated work surfaces.
Combining unmatched rust protection with strength and durability at light weight, fiberglass grating delivers years of reliable service in demanding environments. Indiana Gratings can fabricate molded and pultruded fiberglass gratings.
Marine and ship applications use bar grating for a variety of things, which include docks, ramps, platforms, catwalks and flooring. Our team can help you select the best bar size, spacing and construction type to suit your application.
A member of the National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers, customer satisfaction is our top priority. Combining premium materials with veteran craftsmanship and strict quality controls, we strive to provide superior products on time and at an affordable price.
Contact Indiana Gratings for more information about our maritime-specific bar grating products and services.