Is banding necessary for bar grating?

Banding is not necessary for grating. Banding does help clean up the product and provides some strength to the pieces when welded to every bar, as known as Load Banded.

How do I determine the type of grating to use for a specific application?

NAAMM provides loading charts to help determine exactly what type and size of grating is best for each application. If there are any questions, please call or email and our sales team will be happy to help you with the load charts.

What is the difference between mill finish, painted black, and galvanized finish?

Mill finish is the plain finish directly from the mill. Painted black is a black paint that helps finish the product but does not prevent rusting. Galvanized finish is the best possible solution to prevent rusting.

What is ADA approved grating?

Any ADA approved grating is a close mesh product that meets ADA standards. These products are primarily anything under 11 space.

What is the most common type of grating?

19 spaced grating is the most common type of grating. This can be used in variety of applications and is the most stocked item in our inventory.

How do I clearly request a quote from Indiana Gratings?

Information that is required to receive a quote: Bar Size, Type of Grating, Span/Length Direction, Width of Area, Finish, and Banding Requirements. With this information, our sales team will be able to provide a quote.

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We are Indiana Gratings Inc.

The mission of Indiana Gratings Inc. is to be recognized as the premier gratings supplier in the industry for the Midwest and Southeastern United States and to be the benchmark others strive to achieve. We, as a team, are committed to meet the agreed upon requirements of our customers by measuring and improving our work processes.

Indiana Gratings, Inc. is located in Martinsville, Indiana with over 35,000 square feet of manufacturing area. It is a financially strong; family owned company with the majority being women owned, and currently seeking certification.

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