Slip protection serration types
Pointed Tooth Serration SR 1
The pointed tooth serration is used exclusively for press welded grating. In this form, the bearing bar is provided with particularly sharp notches by arranging crescent-shaped recesses continuously next to one another. This significantly increases the slip-resistant properties of this type of grating. With this profile it is possible to achieve slip resistance class R12 with certain mesh widths.
Saw Tooth Slide Serration SR 2
Saw tooth slide serration is only possible in the case of press locked grating and is characterised by the saw tooth-shaped notching of the bearing bars and/or cross bars. With this form of slide protection, the maximum slip resistance class that can be reached is R12. This slide protection profile forms a basis for other special forms in accordance with foreign standards (e.g. Danish Railways). Please contact us about this if required.
Super Slide Serration SR 3
Super slide serration is only possible in the case of press locked grating and is characterised by extremely high levels of anti-skid-properties. Here, the bearing bars and cross bars are punched to be particularly sharp-edged. With this form, the highest resistance class, i.e. R13, can be reached. This type of serration is used particularly in the food industry and in areas with high levels of contamination or regular contact with liquids.
Standard Slide Serration SR 4
The standard slide serration is characterised by the semicircular notching on the bearing bars and/or cross bars, with residual webs being left between the notches. This means that in the case of press locked grating, a slip resistance class of up to R12 (notching of the bearing bar and cross bar) and in the case of press welded grating up to R11 (notching only possible on the bearing bar) can be achieved. This version is used as the standard grating in outdoor areas which are regularly frequented and accessed.