Stainless steel grating STAIRTREADS
sheet metalfor staircasesfor railings

stainless steel grating
stainless steel grating
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Characteristics

Material
stainless steel, sheet metal
Product applications
for staircases, for railings
Technical characteristics
security

Description

For special installations in places where the aesthetic aspect is of particular importance, Gridiron offers safe stair treads in pressure-locked grating. The leading edge is of punched sheet metal, while the perforated end plates come in three sizes. The stair treads can be tailored to the customer's specific measurements, and they can also be produced in stainless steel. SAFE STAIR TREAD WITH LEADING EDGE IN PUNCHED SHEET METAL The classic safe stair tread has a punched sheet metal leading edge at its front which prevents slipping, strengthens the step and acts as a visual reference point when using the stairs. STANDARD END PLATES ACCORDING TO UNI 11002 - 2:2002 REGULATIONS The standard end plates used on the stair treads have slots for their attachment. Gridiron offers three different sizes of end plate to cover all measurements, ensuring that holes can be made in the carrier structure of the stairs with the absolute certainty of a perfectly and rapidly done job without possibility of error. Also made in stainless steel. SAFE STAIR TREAD WITH LEADING EDGE IN RIDGED SHEET METAL A leading edge to the step made in ridged rather than punched sheet metal gives a more pleasing aesthetic effect, and Gridiron's versatile production also provides this alternative. SAFE STAIR TREAD WITH TOEPLATE When needing to further increase the safety of the stairs it is advisable to apply a toeplate at the rear of the tread, which prevents the foot from going beyond the limit of the tread and being accidentally caught between two steps.
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