Trench grates are designed to catch large amounts of water that are flowing in their catchment area.
Trench grating is typically installed in front of garages, in low-lying areas and across driveways.
Trench grates are available in a large range of materials, finishes and styles.
Two main styles are available, one with longitudinal bars (bars running parallel with the trench) and one with transverse bars (bars running perpendicular to the direction of the trench).
Trench grating is available in
|Light Duty (Class B)|
|Medium Duty (Class C)|
|Heavy Duty (Class D)|
|Extra Heavy (Classes E – G)|
Finishes available include black cast iron, black ductile iron, galvanised mild steel and stainless steel.
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