MEISER press welded grating is traditionally used in many areas of industry. The continuous welding of each individual intersection point of the bearing bar and cross bar produces an extremely stable and hard-wearing structure. The cross bars normally used in the press welded grating are twisted square wires, which are resistance welded to the bearing bars.
This is carried out under high pressure using automatic resistance welding. Manufacture is carried out on production lines that have been developed by ourselves, where we can produce made-to-measure grating panels without waste and in accordance with our customer wishes. This is achieved by the fact that our machines can produce panels with cross bar lengths of up to 1,250 mm, whilst other more conventional machines are restricted to 1,000 mm. Utilising our larger panel widths can give savings of up to 20 % in the number of fixings required which obviously translates into bigger savings in installation time and labour costs. MEISER press welded grating is primarily used in the oil and gas industry, petro-chemical industry, mining industry and in power stations. Where strong shearing forces occur and platform flooring has to be changed frequently, the superiority of the press welded grating comes into its own. Steel fabricators also appreciate the press welded grating, whose stability is ideally suited to the subsequent working of materials. MEISER press welded grating panels are normally banded with flat sections and can be produced in V2A and V4A with round or ribbed cross bars. Upon request, for grating manufactured in mild steel, the cross bars can be supplied in the size 7 mm (twisted) or 8 mm (ribbed).