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  • Mild carbon steel
    Steel grating is the most popular choice for many grating applications. It is often hot-dip galvanized or PVC coated to extend service life.
  • Aluminum
    Aluminum grating has unexpected strength-to-weight ratio. In addition, it is suitable for harsh environments like wet and corrosive.
  • Stainless steel
    Stainless steel grating is the prior choice for food processing factories which needs high sanitarian requirements.

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