Architectural Metal Gratings for Decoration, Ventilation, Sunshade and Privacy

Metal Bar Gratings can be used as ornamental, innovative material in the field of architectural design and construction. Its wide range of materials, coupled with its unique functional and aesthetic benefits, make metal grate panel a component of modern architecture.

Architectural Grating Materials
We offer a wide array of materials for architectural gratings:

Steel: Steel grating is renowned for its strength and durability, can be further protected through galvanization or powder coating to prevent corrosion.
Aluminum: Aluminum grating is lightweight and resistant to corrosion, can be painted into various colors.
Stainless Steel: For a more aesthetic appeal without compromising on strength, stainless steel grating is an ideal option perfect for exterior harsh environments.
Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP): FRP grating is gaining popularity due to its non-conductive nature, resistance to corrosion, and minimal maintenance requirements.

Benefits of Metal Bar Architectural Grating
Architectural grating provides numerous advantages for architects and builders:

  • Versatility: Grating can be used in walkways and stair treads, sunscreens and facades.
  • Aesthetics: With various materials and finishes available, gratings can be tailored to complement the design and theme of a structure.
  • Durability: Architectural metal gratings are long-lasting and require minimal maintenance.
  • Safety: The anti-slip surface and excellent load-bearing capacity of gratings ensure the safety of users.
  • Light and Air Flow: Gratings allow for ample light and air to pass through in architectures and buildings.
  • Eco-Friendly: Metal bar grating materials are recyclable and eco friendly.

Specific Applications
Architectural grating finds multitude of applications:

  • Walkways and Staircases: Gratings are commonly used in industrial and commercial buildings for walkways, stair treads, and platforms due to their strength and slip-resistant properties.
  • Facades: Architectural gratings are increasingly being used as decorative facades that provide an aesthetic appeal while allowing light and air to penetrate the building.
  • Metal grating as architectural ventilation grilles, offering a blend of durability, functionality, and aesthetic appeal.
  • Partition screens creating shadow plays through sunlight or artificial lighting to spaces.
  • Sunshades: Bar grating as sunshades can reduce heat gain within a building, thus cutting down on cooling costs.
  • Drainage: Gratings used in drainage systems, allowing water to pass through while filtering out debris.
  • Security Screens: Robust metal gratings can act as security screens, offering protection while maintaining visibility and airflow.

Welded Grating or Press Locked Grating for Architectural uses

Welded grating offers a more industrial look, which can be desirable in certain industrial architectural styles.

Press-locked grating has a clean, neat grid pattern, offers a smoother, more uniform look compared to welded grating. Press locked grating is a popular choice for visible architectural applications used in facades, sunscreens, ceilings, and other architectural elements.

Decorative Grating Grille

Grating grille can be used as facade panels and ceiling panels, partition screens for ornamental ceiling elements.

Grating for Sun Shade
Sun shades are made of grating known as "louvered grating" or "perforated metal panels."

Facade Grating

Facade grating can act as sun shade screens, provide visual privacy, enhance security, or simply offer an interesting architectural design element.

Aluminum: This is a popular choice for facade grating due to its lightweight, corrosion resistance, and ability to receive a variety of finishes. It's suitable for both interior and exterior applications.

Stainless Steel: Known for its strength and corrosion resistance, stainless steel grating is often used in high-end architectural applications and in environments where durability and longevity are crucial.

Steel: Regular steel can also be used, especially if it is coated or galvanized to prevent rust.

Decorative Finishes:
Gratings for architectures can be powder-coated in a wide range of colors;
Anodized aluminum;
Galvanized bright;
Polished stainless steel.

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