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Installation Guide

 Here is the Installation guide!Preparation before installation is crucial to ensure a smooth and efficient process. Here are the recommended steps to take before installing steel gratings:

  1. Review Layout Drawings and Packing List: Carefully examine the layout drawings provided, which illustrate the placement and arrangement of the steel gratings. Take note of any specific instructions or requirements mentioned in the drawings. Additionally, refer to the packing list to verify that all necessary components and accessories are present.
  2. Unpack the Packaging Box: Follow the recommended guidelines for unpacking the packaging box. Ensure that the unpacking process is carried out properly to avoid any damage to the steel gratings or confusion regarding their identification. Proper unpacking helps maintain a clean and organized work environment, which contributes to overall efficiency during installation.
  3. Place Steel Gratings in Corresponding Locations: Based on the layout drawings or code numbers, position the steel gratings in their designated locations. Ensure that the gratings are aligned correctly and match the intended layout. Pay attention to any specific instructions regarding orientation or arrangement provided in the layout drawings.
  4. Determine Installation Clearance: The installation clearance refers to the gap between adjacent steel gratings. It is recommended to maintain a clearance of 5-10 mm between the gratings. This clearance facilitates field installation and allows for fine-tuning, ensuring proper alignment and fit. Adjustments can be made during installation to achieve the desired alignment and ensure a seamless installation process.

By following these steps, you can minimize errors, streamline the installation process, and ensure that the steel gratings are installed correctly according to the layout requirements.

Common Installation Methods

  1. Welding installation

Welding installation is a common method used for permanently fixing steel gratings. Here are the steps involved in the welding installation process:

  1. Surface Preparation: Before welding, it is important to ensure that the surfaces of both the supporting steels and the steel gratings are clean and free from any paint, rust, oil, water, or other contaminants. Clean the surfaces thoroughly using appropriate cleaning methods to promote good welding quality.
  2. Welding Sequence: Adopt a sequential welding approach, starting with welding at the four corners of the steel grating. This helps to establish a stable and balanced connection. If the steel grating will be subjected to continuous heavy loads, additional welding points should be added to enhance the overall welding strength. The specific welding points and patterns may vary depending on the design and load requirements of the steel grating.
  3. Anti-Rust Protection: After completing the welding process, it is essential to protect the weld joints from rusting. Apply an anti-rust paint manually to the weld joints. The anti-rust paint acts as a protective coating, preventing corrosion and extending the lifespan of the steel grating.

It is important to note that welding installation requires the expertise of qualified welders who are familiar with the welding techniques and safety precautions associated with working with steel gratings. Following proper welding procedures and ensuring the use of appropriate protective measures will help achieve a successful and durable installation of the steel gratings.

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The installation steps for fastener fixing of steel gratings are as follows:

  1. Install the upper clip: Place the upper clip on the upper surface of the steel grating. Align the saddles of the upper clip with two adjacent bearing bars of the steel grating. The upper clip helps secure the steel grating in place.
  2. Install the lower clip: Position the lower clip on the lower surface of the steel grating, against the steel beam or supporting structure. Make sure the saddles of the lower clip are tightly buckled with the corresponding bearing bars. It is important to align the holes of the lower clip with the holes of the upper clip for proper installation.
  3. Install bolts and nuts: Once the upper and lower clips are correctly installed, insert bolts through the aligned holes of the clips. The bolts should pass through both the upper and lower clips. Tighten the nuts onto the bolts, starting from the bottom and working your way up.

By tightening the nuts, the clips create a firm connection between the steel grating and the supporting structure. This method allows for easy removal and disassembly when necessary, making it convenient for equipment installation, testing, and maintenance.

It is important to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations for the specific type of fastener being used. This ensures proper alignment, tightness, and stability of the steel grating during installation.

Streamlined and Secure Angle Steel Fixing Method for Steel Gratings

Our angle steel fixing method offers a secure and hassle-free solution for installing steel gratings. Say goodbye to welding and fasteners as this method simplifies the process while ensuring easy access for equipment maintenance. With the risk of theft in mind, we provide supporting security locks to safeguard your steel gratings and ensure worry-free usage.

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The installation steps for angle steel fixing of steel gratings are as follows:

  1. Fixing the angle steels: Install two angle steels on both sides of the groove or support structure where the steel grating will be placed. Ensure that the angle steels are securely fixed in place.
  2. Inlaying the steel grating: Carefully place the steel grating into the space between the angle steels. Align the steel grating properly within the angle steels to ensure a snug fit.
  3. Filling with cement mortar: Fill the bottom space of the angle steel with cement mortar. This helps secure the steel grating in place and provides additional stability.
  4. Tightening with bolts: Once the steel grating is inlaid into the angle steels, use bolts to fasten the steel grating and ensure its strength and stability. Insert the bolts through the holes in the angle steel and tighten them to secure the steel grating firmly.

It is recommended to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and instructions for the specific angle steel fixing method being used. This will ensure the proper alignment, tightness, and stability of the steel grating during installation. Additionally, using security locks can help prevent theft or unauthorized removal of the steel gratings.

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