- Untreated steel
- Galvanized steel
- Stainless steel
JK Technic can manufacture made-to-measure full gratings to meet your requirements (layout, size, etc.).
Our research department is available to handle your technical requirements, and can advise you on issues up to and including the realisation of your orders.
Gratings for solid balustrades are also available in press-welded, stainless steel, aluminium and fiberglass versions.
The mesh spacing is defined in accordance with the standards and loads that must be respected:
- BB thickness of 2, 3, 4 and 5 mm
- The BB spacing is typically a multiple of 11.
- The IB spacing is typically a multiple of 11.1.
Bearer bars and cross-bars
- Standard heights: 20-140 mm.
- Standard thickness: 2-9 mm.
- Maximum length of bearer bars: 4000 mm.
- Maximum length of spacers: 2000 mm.
- Galvanised in accordance with EN ISO 1461 standards.
- This product may be ordered in 304 & 316 stainless steel
- This product may be ordered in aluminium.
- Available with "flat" edge or without edges
- Available with single or double notching on request.
- HALF-MOON or SAWTOOTH notching available.
- Custom manufacture based on the dimensions given by the customer or on plans drawn up by our research department.
- Plain or galvanised ½ laps, panels and staircase steps can be easily assembled on site.
JK Technic press-locked grating is characterized by transverse, cross bars inserted under high pressure into pre-existing notches in the bearing bars. This grating is produced in “flat” or “T”-shaped sections, welded into place and then optionally undergoes hot-dip galvanizing in accordance with the applicable EN ISO 1461 standards. For situations with an increased risk of slipping, anti-slip grating can be produced, where the upper surface of the bearing bars and/or the transverse bars can be given anti-slip serrations. JK Technic press-locked grating is typically manufactured from EN 10025 standard S235JR steel, which ensures a consistent production quality. RAL-GZ 638 manufacturing tolerances applied.
Step 1 :
BBs and TBs fixed in place
Step 2 :
Step 3 :
Application of banding bars