Marco Specialty Steel is a leading infill panel supplier with extensive fabrication capabilities. Choose a bar grating infill panel for installation in a bridge or mezzanine, for machine guarding or for any other application in which safety and security are critical.
Bar Grating Options
Several different types of bar grating are available, all of which are used to fabricate walls or infill panels:
- Welded steel bar grating is cost-effective and strong, making it the most common type of bar grating available. Standard, close-mesh, heavy-duty and railroad weld-type products are available.
- Press-locked bar grating uses hydraulic pressure instead of welding to fuse bars together. This creates a smoother look that’s better for architectural applications.
- Riveted bar grating uses high-strength, cold-pressed rivets to join bars together. This creates a strong bond with a greater load capacity. Like other heavy-duty products, riveted bar grating is less commonly used for infill panels, though it can be a good choice in certain applications.
Carbon steel is standard for most bar grating applications, though stainless steel and aluminum offer lighter weight and better corrosion resistance on infill panels destined for outdoor use.
Our bar grating infill panels can be shipped to you bare or finished in a variety of ways. Carbon steel products can be painted or hot dip galvanized to meet ASTM A-123 standards. Stainless steel infill panels can be electropolished, chemically treated or abrasion blasted. Aluminum grating can be delivered mill finished or with an optional anodized coating. A variety of enamel and epoxy coatings are available as well.
Explore Your Options With Marco Specialty Steel
If you’re considering bar grating for your infill panels, contact Marco Specialty Steel first. We offer comprehensive fabrication and customization capabilities with a fast turnaround time. We’ll work with you from start to finish to determine the best metal infill panel type for your needs, whether it uses bar grating, wire mesh, perforated steel or any other material.
Start exploring your options by contacting a Marco Specialty Steel representative today. Already have a detailed blueprint? We can work from that, too. Get in touch to tell us more about your project and to obtain a quote.