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In excess of 50 years experience
Branches throughout Australia, Asia and New Zealand
Manufacture
Design
Technical Support
Quotations
Fabrication
Installation
Quality Assurance
Feasibility and Budget Rates
Lump Sum and Rate Contracts
Project Management
Small Jobs
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Computerised Job Tracking
Products:
Bar Grating
Handrailing
Expanded Metal
Balustrades
Drainage Grates and Cast Covers
Sunscreens
Webforge Contents
FLOORING
Quick Guide.................................................. 1
Choose a Pattern.......................................... 2
Options ........................................................ 3
Coding ......................................................... 4
Load/ Deflection Tables ............................... 6
FRP .............................................................. 8
Expanded Metal .......................................... 10
Stair Treads ................................................. 12
Fixing Clips .................................................. 14
Manufacturing Tolerances ........................... 16
Webplate/ Webmesh .................................... 18
Terminology ................................................. 19
HANDRAILS
Choose a Stanchion .................................... 20
Brackets/ Baseplates/ Offsets ...................... 22
Bends/ Closures/ Gates ................................ 23
Options/ Ordering ........................................ 24
Specifications .............................................. 25
Barrier Products .......................................... 27
Balustrades ................................................. 28
Jumbo Stanchions ....................................... 30
For Architectural Products see separate brochure For Architectural Products see separate brochure
For Civil Products see separate brochure For Civil Products see separate brochure
Issue Number: 5
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Flooring
Load 2.5 kPa/ Deflection 5mm
Span mm Steel Aluminium FRP Expanded Metal
600 C205*** A253*** G256*** WM50080***
900 C205*** A253*** G386*** WM50110***
1050 C205*** A253*** G386*** WM50105***
1200 C205*** A255*** G386*** -
1500 A255*** A403*** - -
1800 A325*** A503*** - -
2100 A405*** - - -
2400 C505*** - - -
2800 A655*** - - -
Load 3 kPa/ Deflection 5mm
Span mm Steel Aluminium FRP Expanded Metal
600 C205*** A253*** G256*** WM50080***
900 C205*** A253*** G386*** WM50105***
1050 C205*** A255*** G386*** -
1200 C205*** A323*** - -
1500 A255*** A405*** - -
1800 A325*** A505*** - -
2100 A405*** - - -
2400 A505*** - - -
2800 A655*** - - -
Load 4 kPa/ Deflection 5mm
Span mm Steel Aluminium FRP Expanded Metal
600 C205*** F253*** G256*** WM50080***
900 C205*** A253*** G386*** WM50105***
1050 C205*** C323*** G386*** -
1090 C253*** F403*** - -
1125 C253*** F403*** - -
1150 C253*** A323*** - -
1200 F255*** A325*** - -
1225 C255*S* A403*** - -
1350 C255*** A325*** - -
1400 A255*** A403*** - -
1500 F325*** A405*** - -
1590 C325*** A455*** - -
1600 A325*S* A455*** - -
1650 C403*** A455*** - -
1700 F405*** A505*** - -
1710 A325*** A505*** - -
1780 A403*** A505*** - -
1800 C405*** A505*** - -
1890 C405*** - - -
2030 A405*** - - -
2200 C505*** - - -
2350 A505*** - - -
2400 A655*** - - -
2800 A655*** - - -
*** Material. Top Surface. Treatment.
Choose these options from page 3.
Span: See definition on page 19.
kPa: Kilopascals. Expression of
Uniformly Distributed Load.
Concentrated Load:
Details available on request.
Other combinations of pattern and load bar are
available beyond those indicated on this Quick
Guide. Refer to the Load/Deflection Table on
pages 6 & 7.
Note:
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Load 5 kPa/ Deflection 10mm
Span mm Steel Aluminium FRP
600 C205*** A253*** G256***
900 C205*** A253*** G386***
1050 C205*** A253*** G386***
1200 C205*** A255*** G386***
1500 A255*** A403*** -
1800 A325*** A503*** -
2100 C405*** - -
2400 C505*** - -
2800 A655*** - -
Mild/Stainless
Mild/Stainless
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Load 5 kPa/ Deflection 5mm
Span mm Steel Aluminium FRP Expanded Metal
600 C205*** A253*** G256*** WM50080***
900 C205*** A253*** G386*** -
1050 C205*** A323*** - -
1200 C255*** A325*** - -
1500 C325*** A503*** - -
1800 A405*** - - -
2100 A505*** - - -
2400 A655*** - - -
2800 A756*** - - -
Mild/Stainless
Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Flooring
Load 7.5 kPa/ Deflection 5mm
Span mm Steel Aluminium FRP
600 C205*** A253*** G256***
900 C205*** A255*** G386***
1050 C255*** A325*** -
1200 A255*** A405*** -
1500 C405*** A505*** -
1800 C505*** - -
2100 A655*** - -
2400 A655*** - -
2800 A756*** - -
Load 7.5 kPa/ Deflection 10mm
Span mm Steel Aluminium FRP
600 A205*** A253*** G256***
900 A205*** A253*** G386***
1050 A205*** A255*** -
1200 A205*** A325*** -
1500 C325*** A405*** -
1800 A405*** A505*** -
2100 C505*** - -
2400 A505*** - -
2800 A655*** - -
Mild/Stainless
Mild/Stainless
Light occasional use. No public access. AS 1657 Heavy use. Occasional placement of heavy objects or tools. AS 1170
Light frequent use. No public access. AS 1170
Heavy frequent use. Public access. AS 1170
Heavy use. Occasional placement of heavy
objects or tools. AS 1170
Very heavy use. Frequent placement of heavy
objects and tools. AS 1170
Very heavy use. Frequent placement of heavy
objects and tools. AS 1170
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Choose a Pattern in Steel Aluminium or Stainless Steel Grating
A Pattern
B Pattern
C Pattern
D Pattern
F Pattern
Other patterns available to order
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MILD STEEL GRATING
Western Australia 1200 x 6000 span
New Zealand 900 x 6000 span
All other locations 1000 x 6000 span
Smaller panels can be made on request or the above
panels can be cut down as required.
STAINLESS STEEL GRATING
As dictated by the availability of the raw material flat bar
usually 4000 span. Please enquire at branch.
EXPANDED METAL
Available in a range of sizes that allow for direct placement
onto support steel without the need for cutting.
FIBREGLASS GRATING
Available in a variety of sizes suitable for cutting to suit
the application usually 1220 x 3660 span.
ALUMINIUM GRATING
Available in panels up to 1200 x 6000.
Panel sizes noted are nominal. Dimensions will vary slightly
according to load bar thickness and the pattern.
Exact dimensions are shown in the table on page 17.
MILD STEEL
Recommended for high impact, high load applications
where economy and strength are paramount.
AS3679 Grade 250 or Equivalent.
ALUMINIUM
Recommended where light weight is important and where
quality of appearance is paramount. Material 6063-T6.
FIBREGLASS (FRP)
Recommended where physical properties are important.
Chemical resistant. Low thermal conductivity.
Non conductive. Non magnetic. Non sparking.
STAINLESS STEEL
Recommended where rust resistance or hygienic
environment is required. ASTM A240 GR316 or 304.
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SAFETY
The slip resistance of the flooring and walkway product
needs to be considered. Standard grating comprises plain
square edge flat bars.
To increase slip resistance the following points should be
considered on sloping walkways.
STEEL & ALUMINIUM GRATING
Although not mandated by AS 1657 the use of 10 x 10mm
square bar cleats or abrasive strips can be used for
additional security. ISO 14122.1 recommends cleats between
10 and 20. Serrated (see page 19) grating can be
specified. Stainless steel and any bars 20mm deep will not
be serrated.
In addition both steel and aluminium grating can improve
their slip resistance by setting the direction of walking over
the floor parallel to the loadbars. In steel grating there is
better slip resistance in patterns with 100mm cross rod
centres. i.e. Pattern A and C.
FIBREGLASS GRATING (FRP)
FRP grating is normally provided with an antiskid surface.
This is a coarse grit that is embedded into the top surface
of the grating. Plain top surface is available.
EXPANDED METAL
Slip resistance is improved if the direction of walking
is parallel to the Short Way Mesh (SWM).
TOP SURFACE
MILD STEEL GRATING/EXPANDED METAL
Available Galvanised (AS/NZS 4680), Bitumen Dipped,
Painted and Untreated.
STAINLESS STEEL GRATING
Standard finish, Electro Polished, Mill Finish is available.
ALUMINIUM GRATING
Available Anodised, Powder Coated, Painted or left Mill Finish.
FIBREGLASS GRATING (FRP)
Available in a variety of colours. We recommend
the following:
Green - Isopthalic Polyester Resin.
Yellow - Vinyl Ester Resin.
Reddish-Brown - Phenolic Resin.
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PANEL SIZE
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M = Mild Steel
S = Stainless Steel
Grade 316
S1 = Stainless Steel
Grade 304
A = Aluminium 6063-T6
I = Isopthalic Polyester
Resin
V = Vinyl Ester Resin
P = Phenolic Resin
CODES:
G = Galvanised
B = Bitumen Dipped
U = Untreated
M = Mill Finished
E = Electro Polished
P = Painted
GB = Garnet Blasted
A = Anodised
PC = Powder Coated
G = Green
Y = Yellow
D = Dark Grey
L = Light Grey
R = Red
RB = Reddish-Brown
CODES:
Mild Steel/Stainless Steel
1 = 1000 x 6000 span
2 = 1200 x 6000 span
3 = 900 x 6000 span
4 = 900 x 4000 span
Aluminium
1 = 1000 x 6000 span
2 = 1200 x 6000 span
Fibreglass (FRP)
1 = 1225 x 3665
Expanded Metal
1 = 3000 x 1200 LWM
2 = 3000 x 900 LWM
3 = 3000 x 750 LWM
4 = 3000 x 600 LWM
10 = 2300 x 1200 LWM
11 = 2300 x 900 LWM
12 = 2300 x 750 LWM
13 = 2300 x 600 LWM
14 = 1200 x 2400 LWM
CODES:
P = Plain
S = Serrated
G = Grit
R = Raised
F = Flattened
MATERIAL
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Example of Coding
1. Use the Quick Guide on page 1 and add the options for Material, Top Surface,
Treatment/Colours and Panel size (if required) on page 3.
or
2. Choose a pattern from page 2 and choose a Load Bar from the Load Deflection Table
on pages 6 & 7. Add the options on page 3.
3. Panel size suffix should be stated only if you want a stock panel.
For example, A325MPU2 for an untreated stock panel 1200 x 6000.
For Fabricated grating the code would read A325MPU.
4. Specify whether the grating is to be Banded or Cut To Size Only by referring to the Terminology on page 19.
5. Nominate the number of panels required and provide dimensions for width and span of each panel.
Span is always the last dimension.
6. Where large floor areas are required provide a drawing of the area to be covered showing:
a) Dimensions.
b) Span.
c) Section size, location of, and toe direction of the support steel.
d) Location and size of cut outs and removable areas.
e) Location of kick plate and nosings.
f ) Indicate if penetrations are required to be split.
7. Specify fastener type if required. See pages 14 & 15.
Span Direction
Grating and expanded metal have to be supported in a specific way. The direction that the load bars run is the
important direction for grating and is referred to as the span.
For expanded metal the span is in the direction of the strands or Long Way Mesh (LWM).
Span is always the last dimension given when referencing a panel size.
Grating and expanded metal have to be supported 90 to the span direction and do not require support on the
other sides.
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Indicates span direction
10 10 10 1250
Examples:
F403APM
G3861GG5
For the shaded items the
resultant code would be
A325MPG1
Example:
Shown here with standard panel widths of 995mm. Platform made
in standard stock width panels plus a make-up panel cut to the
nearest load bar. The balance allows for gaps up to 10mm
between panels.
Order as:
1/4265 x 1500 span (in 4 pieces)
(Page 3)
(Page 3)
(Page 3)
(Page 3)
(Page 6)
(Page 2)
Make up panels are joined to the adjacent panel.
How to Order Flooring
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Steel Grating
Load/ Deflection Table
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Note: Where * indicates Treatment. Refer to Options on page 3 and Examples of Coding on page 4.
Stainless Steel will be provided in either 30 x 5 or 32 x 5 depending on availability.
Spans to the left of the heavy line have a deflection of less than 5mm for a 4kPa uniformly distributed load.
** Other combinations of pattern and bar size available to order. Other bar sizes can be serrated to order.
No serrations for stainless steel or 20mm deep bars.
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Aluminium Grating
Load/ Deflection Table
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Panel Lengths are all 6000mm (Stainless Steel 4000mm)
Weights shown on pages 6 & 7 are untreated and unbanded.
Galvanising and banding will increase the weights as follows: A - B Pattern 12% C - D Pattern 14% F Pattern 16%
Load/ Deflection Tables are arranged in rising strength order. See right hand column.
U = Superimposed uniformly distributed load in kPa (100kg/sqm = 0.98 kPa).
Deflection in millimetres for the load U.
Assumption of load capacity is on single spans.
Recommended minimum landing equal to grating depth but = >25mm.
Based on allowable stress of 171mPa Steel or 115mPa Aluminium.
Note:
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FRP
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FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC
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ASTM E-84 Fire rating Class 1, 25 or less
VINYL ESTER RESIN
ASTM E-84 Fire rating Class 1, 25 or less
PHENOLIC RESIN
ASTM E-84-97a
Fire spread index 4. Smoke developed value 1.
Meets: Class 1 Flammability per ASTM E-84.
Class A interior wall & ceiling finish per NFPA No. 255.
Available only in 38mm deep.
TOP SURFACE
FRP GRATING
Available in a variety of colours.
We recommend:
Isopthalic Polyester Resin - Green
Vinyl Ester Resin - Yellow
Phenolic Resin - Reddish Brown
TREATMENT/COLOUR
PANEL SIZE
CODES:
I = Isopthalic Polyester Resin
V = Vinyl Ester Resin
P = Phenolic Resin
CODES:
G = Green
Y = Yellow
D = Dark Grey
R = Red
RB = Reddish-Brown
CODES:
1 = 1220 x 3660
CODES:
G = Grit
P = Plain
MATERIAL
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FRP GRATING
Available in a variety of sizes suitable for cutting
to suit the application.
FRP GRATING
Normally provided with an anti-skid surface.
This is a coarse grit embedded into the resin.
Plain top surface is available.
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FEATURES/BENEFITS
1. Integral, onepiece construction increases loadbearing capabilities.
2. Load applied to a Webforge FRP bar is transferred to adjoining bearing bars,
assisting in load distribution on the grating as well as on the support structure.
3. Smooth resinrich vertical surfaces and tapered bars allow all debris to fall through.
4. Continuous glass fibre strand in alternating layers thoroughly wetted with the
appropriate resin for excellent corrosion resistance.
5. Open area 70%.
1. G pattern.
2. Choose a load bar from the Load/ Deflection Table on page 9.
3. Add the options for Material, Top Surface and Colour.
4. Panel size suffix should be stated only if you want a stock panel.
Panels will have fingers (see page 19) unless the required sizes fall on a bar width.
Examples:
G256IGG 1/1500 x 1200 span
G256VGY 2/6250 x 768 span (each in 2 pieces)
G386IGG1 6/1220 x 3660 span Stock panels
5. Other options are available. Contact your nearest branch.
HOW TO ORDER FRP
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Acetic Acid 50 180/82 50 125/52
Aluminium Hydroxide 100 180/82 100 160/71
Ammonium Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Ammonium Hydroxide 28 100/38 28 N/R
Ammonium Bicarbonate 50 160/71 15 125/52
Ammonium Sulphate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Benzene N/R N/R N/R N/R
Benzoic Acid SAT 210/99 SAT 150/66
Borax SAT 210/99 SAT 170/77
Calcium Carbonate ALL 180/82 ALL 170/77
Calcium Nitrate ALL 210/99 ALL 180/82
Carbon Tetrachloride 100 150/65 N/R N/R
Chlorine - Dry Gas - 210/99 - 140/60
Chlorine - Water SAT 200/93 SAT 80/27
Chromic Acid 10 150/65 5 70/21
Citric Acid ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Copper Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Copper Cyanide ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Copper Nitrate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Ethanol 50 100/38 50 75/24
Ethylene Glycol 100 200/93 100 90/32
Ferric Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Ferrous Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Formaldehyde ALL 150/65 50 75/24
Gasoline 100 180/82 100 90/32
Glucose 100 210/99 100 170/77
Glycerine 100 210/99 100 150/66
Hydrobromic Acid 50 150/65 50 120/49
Hydrochloric Acid 37 150/65 37 75/24
Hydrogen Peroxide 30 150/65 5 100/38
Lactic Acid ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Lithium Chloride SAT 210/99 SAT 150/66
Magnesium Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Magnesium Nitrate ALL 210/99 ALL 140/60
Magnesium Sulphate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Mercuric Chloride 100 210/99 100 150/66
Mercurous Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 140/60
Nickel Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Nickel Sulphate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Nitric Acid 20 120/49 20 70/21
Oxalic Acid ALL 210/99 ALL 75/24
Perchloric Acid 30 100/38 N/R N/R
Phosphoric Acid 100 210/99 100 120/49
Potassium Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Potassium Dichromate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Potassium Nitrate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Potassium Sulphate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Propylene Glycol ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Sodium Acetate ALL 210/99 ALL 160/71
Sodium Bisulphate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Sodium Cyanide ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Sodium Hydroxide 25 180/82 N/R N/R
Sodium Nitrate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Sodium Sulphate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Stannic Chloride ALL 210/99 ALL 160/21
Sulphuric Acid 75 100/38 25 75/24
Tartaric Acid ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Vinegar 100 210/99 100 170/77
Water - Distilled 100 180/82 100 170/77
Zinc Nitrate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
Zinc Sulphate ALL 210/99 ALL 170/77
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TYPE V TYPE I CHEMICAL
EXPOSURE
G256*** 25 x 6 12.1
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0.33
0.44
0.55
0.94
1.1
1.74
1.03
1.25
1.67
2.37
3.11
4.15
6.23
2.58
3.1
4.48
5.17
7.76
10.34
15.52
6.15
7.6
9.64
11.97
17.48
15.51
18.61
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G386*** 38 x 6 18.6
2.5
3.0
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0.12
0.17
0.21
0.31
0.41
0.63
0.27
0.32
0.43
0.53
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1.6
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1.4
1.71
2.02
2.81
3.59
5.16
1.68
2.03
2.7
3.38
5.06
6.75
10.13
4.7
5.64
7.52
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ALL - All Concentrations SAT - Saturated Solution N/R - Not Recommended.
The corrosion resistance data listed above is for general information only.
Resin manufacturers have provided test data which indicates the specific resin can withstand the corrosion conditions listed above. Webforge believes the data
to be true and accurate but no guarantee is expressed or implied as to specific performance. Testing for specific environments is recommended.
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Note: Where *** indicates Material. Top Surface. Treatment/Colour. See options page 8.
Recommended minimum landing equal to grating depth but = >25mm.
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10.5 10.5
WM50080
Pattern
WM50110
Pattern
WM50075
Pattern
WM50105
Pattern
SWM = 45
LWM = 135
THICKNESS = 5
WIDTH = 8
HEIGHT = 16
SWM = 45
LWM = 135
THICKNESS = 5
WIDTH = 11
HEIGHT = 22
SWM = 30
LWM = 75
THICKNESS = 5
WIDTH = 7.5
HEIGHT = 15
SWM = 30
LWM = 75
THICKNESS = 5
WIDTH = 10.5
HEIGHT = 21
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LWM = 57
THICKNESS = 5
WIDTH = 5.5
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EXPANDED METAL
Available in a range of sizes that allow for direct placement
onto support steel without the need for cutting.
MILD STEEL
Recommended for impact, high load applications where
economy and strength are paramount.
SAFETY
The raised angular pattern provides excellent grip on inclined walkways.
TOP SURFACE
EXPANDED METAL
Available Galvanised ( ASNZ 4680), Bitumen Dipped or left Untreated.
TREATMENT/COLOUR
PANEL SIZE
CODES:
M = Mild
CODES:
G = Galvanised
B = Bitumen Dipped
U = Untreated
CODES:
1 = 3000 x 1200 LWM
2 = 3000 x 900 LWM
3 = 3000 x 750 LWM
4 = 3000 x 600 LWM
10 = 2300 x 1200 LWM
11 = 2300 x 900 LWM
12 = 2300 x 750 LWM
13 = 2300 x 600 LWM
14 = 1200 x 2400 LWM
CODES:
R = Raised
MATERIAL
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1. Choose a pattern from page 10.
2. Add the options for Material, Top Surface and Treatment
and Panel Size if required.
3. Panel size suffix should be stated only if you want a stock panel.
Examples:
WM5008MRU 1/6500 x 750 LWM (in 3 pieces)
WM50110MRG 2/27000 x 900 LWM (each in 9 pieces of 3000 x 900)
WM50075MRU2 1/3000 x 900 LWM Stock Panel
WM50080MRU
All as per drawing supplied.
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D 3 4.5 6
WM50075*** 30 x 75 5 7.5 22 U 5.6 2.65 1.5 790
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WM50105*** 30 x 75 5 10.5 28 U 8 3.6 2 920
D 3 4.5 6
WM50055*** 22 x 57 5 5.5 17 U 7.33 3.02 1.05 725
D 3 4.50 6
Load/ Deflection Table
HOW TO ORDER EXPANDED METAL
FEATURES/BENEFITS
Expanded metal is one continuous single sheet of mesh
produced when a flat metal plate is sheared and stretched but
is left intact at the knuckles. It is available in a variety of
thicknesses with differing sizes and designs of the apertures.
The strands and knuckles are set at a uniform angle to the
plane of the sheet. This adds strength and rigidity and
distributes the load to the supporting frames.
Because there are no welds or joins it operates as a structural
member that distributes loads evenly over a wide area.
The high strength to weight ratio makes it suitable for many
industrial and ornamental applications.
No loose strands or welds means minimal deterioration from
constant exposure or movement.
A further feature is the provision of an excellent anti-slip
surface. This makes the product suitable for ramps (e.g. inclined
walkways adjacent to conveyors) platforms and stair treads.
The open nature of the product provides good visibility through
the mesh as well as the easy passage of air and sound whilst
ensuring security and protection.
Expanded Metal
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Recommended minimum landing = >25mm.
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Stair Treads
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No Nosing Type T2
WELDED Fixing, Banded Ends,
Floor Plate Nosing Type T3
BOLTED Fixing, Holed End Plates,
Floor Plate Nosing Type T4
WELDED Fixing, Banded Ends,
Abrasive Nosing Type T5
BOLTED Fixing, Holed End Plates,
Abrasive Nosing Type T6
BOLTED Fixing.
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Floor Plate Nosing Type T3
BOLTED Fixing, Holed End Plates,
Floor Plate Nosing Type T4
WELDED Fixing, Banded Ends,
Abrasive Nosing Type T5
BOLTED Fixing, Holed End Plates,
Abrasive Nosing Type T6
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275
285
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272
305
325
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A&B Pattern
C&D Pattern
F Pattern
G Pattern
RECOMMENDED TREAD WIDTHS FOR GRATING PATTERNS
900
750
550

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850

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1500
1350

550

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675
450

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RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM LENGTHS FOR GRATING PATTERNS
STEEL ALUMINIUM FRP
A&B Pattern
C&D Pattern
F Pattern
G Pattern
LOAD BAR SIZE 25 x 5 32 x 5 40 x 5 25 x 5 32 x 5 40 x 5 25 x 6 38 x 6
Note: Nosings in some instances may
be less than the full tread width.
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Standard Tread Type: T5 or T6
Standard Material: C255MP*
Where * indicates treatment.
See page 3
Standard Length: 750mm
Standard Widths: 285mm
Eg. T5/C255MPG
40mm minimum
recommended
bearing surface
Standard Tread Type
Standard Material: G386IGG
Where G indicates green.
See pages 8 & 9
Standard Lengths: 730 or 768mm
Standard Widths: 235 or 273mm
Eg. T5/G386IGG
Attach with:
Top Saddle: C130SM
Screw: C312SM
4 clips per tread (angle not supplied).
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Standard Tread Type: T5 or T6
Standard Material: A325AP*
Where* indicates treatment.
See page 3
Standard Length: 750mm
Standard Widths: 275mm
Eg. T6/A325APM
All Treads sniped at 35
unless requested otherwise
Compliance with AS1657 requires width = >215
Examples:
T6/C255MPB
50/285 x 750
T3/A325MPG
10/245 x 1250
T1/F255MPU
10/275 x 550
Examples:
T6/A325APM
50/285 x 750
T3/A405APPC
10/245 x 1250
T1/F405APA
10/275 x 700
1. Choose the standard tread shown or
design your own as follows:
2. Select tread type from pictures opposite.
3. Select required pattern, bar size and width
by referring to the tables on page 12.
4. Select options of Material, Top Surface and
Treatment from page 3.
5. Nominate required quantity and dimensions.
HOW TO ORDER
MILD/STAINLESS STEEL TREADS
All Treads sniped at 35
unless requested otherwise
50
65
Tread Width
For 125 Tread widths (Not slotted)
For 155, 165, 185 Tread widths (Not slotted)
For 205, 215 Tread widths (Slotted punching)
For 245, 275, 285, 305, 325 Tread widths
(Slotted punching)
1. Choose the standard tread shown or
design your own as follows:
2. Select tread type from pictures opposite.
3. Select required pattern, bar size and width
by referring to the tables on page 12.
4. Select options of Material, Top Surface and
Treatment from page 3.
5. Nominate required quantity and dimensions.
HOW TO ORDER
ALUMINIUM TREADS
Examples:
T5/G386IGG
50/234 x 728
T5/G386VGY
15/272 x 766
1. Select the standard tread shown or design
your own as follows:
2. Select required bar size and width by
referring to the tables on page 12.
3. Select the options of Material, Top Surface
and Colour from page 3 or by reference
to the full details on FRP in pages 8 & 9.
4. Nominate required quantity and dimensions.
HOW TO ORDER
FRP TREADS
125
25
14
100
75
45
112
36
125
25
Compliance with AS1657 requires width = >215
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100
75
45
For 125 Tread widths (Not slotted)
For 155, 165, 185 Tread widths (Not slotted)
For 205, 215 Tread widths (Slotted punching)
For 245, 275, 285, 305, 325 Tread widths
(Slotted punching)
112
36
50
65
Tread width
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C001MG A - F Clip Set Top C100MG Mild steel grating
A-F Pattern Bottom C200MG =<50mm
Mild steel Galvanised Screw C301MG Flange present
Top. Bottom. 65 x 8 screw
C001SM A - F Clip Set Top C100SM Stainless steel / Aluminium
A-F Pattern Bottom C200SM grating
Stainless steel. Mill finish Screw C301SM =<50mm
Top. Bottom. 65 x 8 screw Flange present
C002MG A - F Clip Set Top C100MG Mild steel grating
A-F Pattern Screw C302MG =<50mm
Mild steel Galvanised Thread Rolling No flange present.
Top. 50 x 8 screw.
C003MG A - F Clip Set Top C100MG Mild steel grating
A-F Pattern Bottom C200MG =>55mm
Mild steel. Galvanised Screw C301SM Flange present
Top. Bottom. 80 x 8 screw
C003SM A - F Clip Set Top C100SM Stainless steel / Aluminium
A-F Pattern Bottom C200SM grating
Stainless steel. Mill finish Screw C303SM =>55mm
Top. Bottom. 80 x 8 screw Flange present
C004SM A - F Clip Set Top C100SM Aluminium grating
A-F Pattern Bottom C200SM =<40mm
Stainless steel. Mill finish Screw C304SM Flange present
Top. Bottom. 50 x 8 screw
C010MG SWM30 Clip Set Top C150MG Expanded metal
Expanded metal Bottom C200MG WM
Top. Bottom. 65 x 8 screw Screw C301MG SWM30
C011MG SWM45 Clip Set Top C151MG Expanded metal
Expanded metal Bottom C200MG WM
Top. Bottom. 65 x 8 screw Screw C301MG SWM45
C020SM G Clip Set Top C133SM FRP grating
G Pattern Screw C311SM 25mm deep
Stainless steel. Mill finish
Top. 30 x 6 screw
C021SM G Clip Set. G SS Mill Top C134SM FRP grating
Top. 50 x 6 screw Screw C312SM 38mm deep
C022SM G Clip Set Top C131SM FRP grating
G Pattern Screw C310SM 25mm deep
Stainless steel. Mill finish
Top. 20 x 6 screw
C023SM G Clip Set Top C132SM FRP grating
G Pattern Screw C310SM 38mm deep
Stainless steel. Mill finish
Top. 20 x 6 screw
C024SM G Clip Set Top C130SM FRP grating
G Pattern Screw C311SM 25mm deep
Stainless steel. Mill finish
Top. 30 x 6 screw
C025SM G Clip Set Top C130SM FRP grating
G Pattern Screw C301SM 38mm deep
Stainless steel. Mill finish
Top. 50 x 6 screw
MLIND A-D Clip Set Lindaptor - Mild Steel Grating
A-D Pattern =<32mm
Mild Steel Galvanised Flange present
Top Bottom 50x10 SHCS
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The Webforge Clip (product code C001MG) is a galvanised clip that consists
of a pre-assembled clip top, M8Bolt and nut and a bottom bracket that
captivates the nut, allowing fixing from the top of the grating. It enables
rapid and secure connection of grating to steel support sections.
Product Screw To suit flange To suit Webforge Grating Bar
Code Size thickness (mm) Grating type depth* D (mm)
C001MG M8x65 5-16 A,B,C,D,E,F Min 20 Max 50
* longer screws available for greater bar depth. Max Bar Depth = 65mm
The Lindapter Grate-Fast (product code MLIND) is a galvanised Lloyds
Approved anti-vibration clip that consists of a pre-assembled top hat bracket,
socket head capscrew and body casting. It enables rapid and secure
connection of grating to steel support sections.
Product Screw To suit flange Body casting To suit Webforge Grating Bar
Code Size thickness (mm) width (mm) Grating type depth* D (mm)
MLIND M10 3-19 20 A,B,C,D Min 20 Max 32
* longer screws available for greater bar depth.
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Top Hat
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Plan View
BOTTOMS
SCREWS/RIVETS
TOPS
CLIP ASSEMBLIES
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Webforge believe that welding to the support structure is a suitable process. Minimum number of welds is four per panel.
Grating: Weld 5mm fillet 25mm long at 1000mm centres. Expanded Mesh: Weld every fourth strand.
CLIP FREQUENCY
Nominal 4 per panel.
(Approximately 3 per M
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where span is > 1500mm. Approximately 5 per M
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where span is > 750mm or less.)
Fixing clips are not generally recommended in areas of vibration or where lateral loads are applied to the grating.
C100MU
C100MB
C100MG
C100SM
C101MG
C101SM
C102MG
C102SM
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C134SM (38mm)
C150MG ( SWM30)
C151MG ( SWM45)
C152MG(SWM22)
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C132SM ( 38mm)
C130SM
C200MU
C200MB
C200MG
C200SM
C210MG
C210SM
8.2 x 40 Slot
M8 Tapped
C301MG (65 x 8)
C301SM (65 x 8)
C302MG (50 x 8)
( Pilot Hole 7.4mm)
Thread Rolling
C310SM (20 x 6)
C311SM (30 x 6)
C312SM (50 x 6)
C400MG (Grip Range 9-16mm)
C401MG (Grip Range 6-20mm)
C303MG (80 x 8)
C303SM (80 x 8)
C304SM (50 x 8)
8.2
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30, 40, 60
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Span Span
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Actual cutout will be
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Minimum Support
Dimension
Load Bars
Load Bars
1/100 of width
1/200 of width
Minimum support dimension:-
A minimum of 25mm for loadbars up to 50mm deep
and a minimum of 50mm for loadbars > 50mm deep.
Webforge recommends that the land on the support
should be equal to the height of the load bar.
Grating Cantilevers:-
Grating cantilevers up to 250m in the loadbar
direction are acceptable as long as the grating is
securely anchored to the supports (not clips.)
Cantilevers in the crossroad direction are
notacceptable.
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Longitudinal Bow
1/200 of length Load Bars
5mm
6mm centre to centre of
crossrods measured randomly
across 1500mm in length
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Cross Rod Location
Load Bar Lean
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15mm
Min. clearance
equal to rebate
angle thickness
10mm nom.
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1/1000 of length Load Bars
SHEET 1. SHEET 2.
10mm Nominal Gap
Nominal Gap Laying Sheets
Overlap join SWM to SWM
Welding.
Banding bars and end plates
are welded one side of every
load bar with a minimum 3mm
fillet weld.
1mm in 25mm
End Flat Lean
No. AB CD F G
of bars
41 1205 1530
40 1175 1492
39 1145 1454
38 1115 1416
37 1085 1378
36 1055 1339
35 1025 1301
34 995 1263
33 965 1225
32 935 1187
31 905 1205 1149
30 875 1165 1111
29 845 1125 1073
28 815 1085 1035
27 785 1045 997
26 755 1005 958
25 725 965 920
24 695 925 882
23 665 885 844
22 635 845 806
21 605 805 1205 768
20 575 765 1145 730
19 545 725 1085 692
18 515 685 1025 654
17 485 645 965 616
16 455 605 905 577
15 425 565 845 539
14 395 525 785 501
13 365 485 725 463
12 335 445 665 425
11 305 405 605 387
10 275 365 545 349
9 245 325 485 311
8 215 285 425 273
7 185 245 365 235
6 155 205 305 196
5 125 165 245 158
4 95 125 185 120
3 65 85 125 82
2 35 45 65 44
NZ 905 925 905
W.A. 1205 1205 1205
Other 995 1005 1025
Note:
Sizes are overall outside to outside
of bars.
Calculations based on 5mm bars for
A to F pattern. 6mm for G pattern.
G pattern is FRP only. Bar centres are
38.1mm.
Load Bar Chart
3mm
1mm in 10mm
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250 mm MAX
Cantilever
Fabrication Welding
Banding bars and attachments are
welded with minimum 3mm fillet to
one side of:
every 5th loadbar on A&B
Pattern grating
every 4th loadbar on C&D
Pattern grating
every 3rd loadbar on F Pattern grating
Other welding is applied to cut-outs,
splays or circles as appropriate or as
requested.
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Webplate/Webmesh
WEBMESH
Webmesh is a composite comprising grating with a light gauge mesh
welded to the underside to prevent tools and small objects from falling
through the grating. Complies with AS 1657-1992 paragraph 3.3.1.1
Material Product Floor/ Grating Weight Span at 4kPa UDL
Treadplate Untreated 5mm
Thickness Kg/sqm Deflection
STEEL WP3-E255MP* 3mm E255MP* 44.49 1390mm
WP5-E325MP* 5mm E325MP* 64.78 1625mm
ALUMINIUM WP3-E255AP* 3mm E255AP* 16.21 1100mm
WP5-E325AP* 5mm E325AP* 23.21 1350mm
WEBPLATE
Webplate is a composite flooring comprising floorplate welded to the top of grating.
Any grating pattern from page 2 can be combined with any floorplate thickness.
We recommend E pattern grating (similar to F pattern but with cross rods at 100mm centres).
Other combinations can be supplied if required.
Webplate is available in steel and aluminium in the following combinations:
Where * indicates Treatment. Refer to Options on page 3 and Examples of Coding on page 4.
1. Choose the product type required by reference to the recommendations
shown above.
or
Choose a grating by using the pattern choices on page 2 and choose an
appropriate Load Bar from the Load/Deflection Table on page 6 & 7.
2. Add the Options on page 3.
3. Nominate the required thickness of the floorplate.
Examples:
WP3-E255MPG
1/1500 x 4500 span (in 1 piece)
WP5-A325MPU
2/3000 x 750 span (each in 4 pieces)
WP8-E405MPB
All as per drawing supplied.
How to Order Webplate
How to Order Webmesh
1. Select a grating from the pattern choices on page 2 and choose an
appropriate Load Bar from the Load/Deflection Table on page 6 & 7.
2. Add the Options on page 3.
3. Prefix your choice WM-
Examples:
WM-A255MPG
1/1205 x 3500 span
WM-A325MPU
2/2500 x 750 span (each in 2 pieces)
WM-C405MPB
All as per drawing supplied.
The standard mesh supplied is a flattened Expanded Metal
SM1622MRU9*** SWM 12mm x LWM 30mm.
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CROSS ROD
In mild steel this is a twisted
square bar forged into the
top of the load bar.
In stainless steel grating this
is a round bar forged into the
top of the load bar.
In aluminium this is a square
bar inserted through punched
holes in the load bar and
swaged to hold it in position.
BANDED
Refers to the process of
welding a flat bar (normally
5mm) to the loadbars after
they have been cut to size to
provide a uniform appearance
around all sides of a grating
panel. This process also helps
prevent injury from laceration
during installation and assists
in keeping the panels flat.
SERRATIONS
Small notches made in the
top edge of the load bar to
assist in slip resistance.
NOSING
A member attached to or on
the leading edge of a stair
tread or at the top of a flight
of stairs to assist slip
resistance and to give a clear
visual indication of the edge
of the stairtreads.
Can be
Abrasive
Floor Plate
KICK PLATE
Heavy section flat bar welded
to ends or sides of panels and
around cut outs, etc. when
specified. Top edge to be
100mm above grating generally
and is typically 130 x 6.
CUT OUT
Grating areas removed from
panel to permit passage for
installation of pipes, plant
and structural and handrail
items.
GROSS AREA
The total area of grating as
shown on drawings using
overall width and length
dimensions of grating ie: WxL.
The gross area is always the
area calculated for invoicing
purposes.
WIDTH
Overall dimension of a panel
measured at right angles to the
load bars. Always called Width
even if greater than the length.
Terminology - Grating/ Expanded Metal
CUT TO SIZE ONLY
Refers to the process of
leaving the panels with a raw
cut edge and not banded as
described above.
EXACT SIZE
Refers to the requirement to
make the panels to an exact
dimension and not to be
adjusted to the nearest width
across the standard pattern
of the load bars.
LONG WAY MESH (LWM)
The distance from a point on
a knuckle to a corresponding
point on the following
knuckle measured across the
Long Way. LWM is the same
as span in grating.
SHORT WAY MESH (SWM)
The distance from a point on
a knuckle to a corresponding
point on the following
knuckle measured across the
Short Way.
LONG WAY OPENING (LWO)
The distance measured from the
inside of the knuckle in the
long way.
SHORT WAY OPENING (SWO)
The distance measured from
the inside of the knuckle in the
short way.
KNUCKLE
The intersection of 2 strands.
It is always the width of 2
strands.
OVERALL HEIGHT
The actual measurement of
the height of the mesh
measured at the knuckle.
LOAD BAR
Flat Bar from which grating
is made.
SPAN
Overall dimension of a panel
measured parallel with load bar.
Indicated by this symbol
FINGERS
In FRP grating this describes
a panel cut that does not run
adjacent to the load bar.
PENETRATIONS
As for cut out but typically
within the grating panel and
not on the edge.
Knuckle
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LWM
LWO
Strand Thickness
Long Way Mesh
SPAN
Serrations
Band not
Serrated
SWM
Short Way
Mesh
WIDTH
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600
S90
Side 90
32NB
25NB
32NB
25NB
Handrails
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Side Conveyer
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Side Offset
PC
Platform Corner
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In Ground
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TOP OF STEEL
450
550
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505
55
550
75
450
457
560
75mm diameter
collar
75
457
1017
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75
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560
600
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Finding The Right Stanchion
PA
Platform Angle
CA
Cored Angle
WA
Welded Angle
SAL
Side Angle Left
SAR
SIde Angle Right
AM
Angle Mounted
AMW
Angle Mounted
Welded
SOAL
Side Offset Angle
Left
SOAR
Side Offset Angle
Right
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End of Cap
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Detail
APPROX.
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SHS
Swivel Head
Stanchion
SHS
Swivel Head
Stanchion
32NB
25NB
150
475
450
1000
550
450
IGA
In Ground Angle
457
485 Stair
560 Ramp
See Detail P22
457
560 Stair
635 Ramp
100
230
230
340
340
140
1017
1017
560 Stair
635 Ramp
457
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Type S
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Options
SO TYPE OFFSETS
CHANNELS UNIVERSAL BEAMS
SIZE OFFSET OFFSET SECTION OFFSET OFFSET
Steel
457
560
75
RADIUS R
Steel & Stainless Steel 90mm
Aluminium 140mm OFFSET
Base Plates
172
126
65
146
102
150
88
88
150
All steel base plates
are 10mm thick.
Hole size 17.5mm typical.
Slot allows 7mm up/ down adjustment to kickplate. All kickplate brackets are mounted right side when viewed
from walking surface.
STEEL ALUM. STEEL ALUM.
110
110
110
110
130
130
130
150
150
150
150
150
150
165
200UB
250UB
310UB
360UB
410UB
460UB
530UB
110
110
130
130
130
130
140
150
150
150
150
150
165
165
Aluminium Stanchion centres should not exceed 1800mm.
Steel SO Stanchion offset should not exceed 250mm if compliance
with AS 1657 is required.
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STANDARD & ANGLE MOUNTED From 0-14
CORNER
Aluminium
All Aluminium base
plates are 12mm thick.
Hole size 17.5mm typical.
40 x 40 x 6 angle - P,S stanchion
80 x 40 x 6 angle - SO stanchion
85mm long
150 x 75
180 x 75
200 x 75
230 x 75
250 x 90
300 x 90
380 x 100
(use BNW Part C340SM)
ANGLE MOUNTED ONLY From 15-45
DIMENSION 'D' FOR VARIOUS STANCHION TYPES
Grating Height mm Nil 20, 25, 32 40, 45, 50 60, 65
P,W,C D=40 D=65 D=80 D=100
S & SO D=115 D=140 D=160 D=175
DIMENSION 'D' FOR VARIOUS STANCHION TYPES
Grating Height mm Nil 20, 25, 32 40, 45, 50 60, 65
P,W,C D=60 D=85 D=100 D=120
S & SO D=135 D=160 D=180 D=195
Kickplate Mounting Brackets
Steel
Slot allows 7mm up/ down adjustment to kickplate. All kickplate brackets are mounted right side when viewed from walking surface.
100 kickplate
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20mm GRATING 25mm GRATING 32mm GRATING
TYPICAL KICKPLATE POSITIONS FOR STEEL
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TOP
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TYPICAL ALL BENDS AND CLOSURES
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Important
NW swing SW swing NE swing SE swing
Horizontal Closure Bends (HCB)
Standard Pipe:
32NB 3.2mm WT
Available in other pipe sizes. See specifications on page 25.
Angle Closure Bends (ACB)
Standard Pipe:
32NB 3.2mm WT
Available in other pipe sizes. See specifications on page 25.
Available with a value from 1 - 45
Rail Bends (RB)
Standard Pipe:
Handrail 32NB 3.2mm WT
Knee rail 25NB 3.2mm WT
Standard Leg:
300mm x 300mm
Non-Standard Leg:
L1 + L2 =<6500
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Spring Loaded
Self Closing
Gravity Drop
Padlock Option
Combine with any stanchion
Bracket variations for welding to columns
Double Gates
Locking Devices
Kickplate Optional
When ordering self closing gates,
it is essential to nominate
the swing direction, and type
of Stanchion.
Gates/Drop Barriers
32NB
25NB
1000
1500
Slip Joints
Steel
SJ20G - Suits 20NB rail
SJ25G - Suits 25NB rail
SJ32G - Suits 32NB rail
SJ40G - Suits 40NB rail
Aluminium
SJ40A - suits 40 OD rail
SJ46A - suits 46 OD rail
Maximum
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Mild Steel
Stainless Steel
Aluminium
Untreated Black- Steel
Galvanised - Steel
Electropolished - Stainless Steel
Powder Coated - Steel, Stainless Steel or Aluminium
Painted - Steel, Stainless Steel or Aluminium
Mill - Stainless Steel or Aluminium
Anodised - Aluminium
TREATMENT
MATERIAL
1. Choose a type from page 20-21.
2. Choose a material type.
3. Choose a treatment.
4. Nominate a kickplate bracket height. See table page 22.
5. Nominate an offset if SO type stanchion.
6. Nominate an angle if an angle type stanchion.
7. Nominate the required options.
8. Enclose a sketch if needed to explain specials.
Examples:
PG ...................... Platform Galvanised
WB...................... Welded Black
PA ...................... Platform Aluminium
SOG 110.............. SO Galvanised 110 offset
SOGK 110 R140.. SO Galvanised 110 offset RH Kickplate D=140
SOGK 125 L160.. SO Galvanised 125 offset LH Kickplate D=160
SOHG 110 .......... SO Heavy Duty Galvanised 110 offset
AMB 45.............. AM Black 45
SG Special.......... S Galvanised Drill 32/32
CG Special.......... C Galvanised. Centres 450/450/550.
...................... Drill 32/25/25. See Sketch Supplied.
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Chain
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DLSO
Drill Left Side Only
DRSO
Drill Right Side Only
DBSO
Drill Bottom Side Only
DTSO
Drill Top Side Only
1. Choose a type from page 23.
2. Choose the stanchion type from page 20-21.
3. Choose material.
4. Choose a treatment.
5. Nominate a kickplate if required.
6. Nominate the swing direction.
7. Nominate the centre to centre dimension of the
stanchions .... or advise if other.
8. Photocopy the sketch on page 23 and fill in the
details if needed.
Examples:
Gate with two PG stanchions. Galvanised No Kickplate.
1250 centres. NW swing.
Gate without stanchions. Galvanised. With Kickplate.
1000 centre to centre of 32 NB pipe. SW swing.
Drop bar. Painted yellow. 700 inside styles.
1. Choose a type from page 23.
2. Choose a material.
3. Choose a treatment.
4. Choose a leg length if not standard.
5. Choose a pipe size.
6. Choose an angle if an ACB or RB.
HOW TO ORDER GATES/DROP BARRIERS
Examples:
ACB 32 G 45...... Angle Closure 32NB Galvanised 45
ACB 25 G 45...... Angle Closure 25NB Galvanised 45
HCB 32 B .......... Horizontal Closure 32NB Black
HCB 25 B .......... Horizontal Closure 25NB Black
RB 25 G 90........ Rail Bend 25NB Galvanised 90
RB 32H B 135.... Rail Bend 32NB Heavy Duty Black 135
As viewed from walking surface
Nominate
Centres
Nominate Centres
Nominate Centres
Nominate Centres
Nominate Centres
Nominate Centres
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Type Standard Jumbo
Material Aluminium Steel
Grade 250 316L 6063-T6 250
STANCHION - STANDARD
NB 40 65
OD 48.3mm 48.26mm 50mm 76mm
Wall Thickness 3.2mm 2.77 sched 10 4.0mm 3.6mm
STANCHION - HEAVY
NB 40 65
OD 48.3mm 48.26mm 76
Wall Thickness 4.0mm 3.68mm sched 40 4.5mm
BALL OD 76mm 76mm 76mm 125mm
RAILS - STANDARD - HAND
NB 32 65
OD 42.4mm 42.16mm 38mm 76mm
Wall Thickness 3.2mm 2.77mm 2.0mm 3.6mm
Weight 3.17kg 2.73kg 1.27kg 6.57kg
RAILS - STANDARD - KNEE
NB 25 65
OD 33.7mm 33.40mm 38mm 76mm
Wall Thickness 3.2mm 2.77mm 2.0mm 3.6mm
Weight 2.46kg 2.11kg 0.95kg 6.57kg
RAILS - SPECIALS
- HAND & KNEE
NB 25 to 40
OD 33.7mm to 48.3mm
Wall Thickness 3.2mm to 4.0mm
PIPE
OD= < 50mm +/-0.2mm +/-0.2mm +/-0.2mm
OD>50mm & = < 75mm +/-0.25mm
Thickness Variation +/-10% +/-10% +/-10% +/-10%
BASE PLATES +/-1mm +/-1mm +/-1mm +/-1mm
SPHERES DRILLING 2-4mm oversize 2-4mm oversize 2-4mm oversize 2-4mm oversize
SPHERES HOLE ANGLE +/-1 any horizontal +/-1 any horizontal +/-1 any horizontal +/-1 any horizontal
axis 0.5 in slope axis 0.5 in slope axis 0.5 in slope axis 0.5 in slope
SPACING
AS1657 2000mm 2000mm 1800mm
AS1657 App.B
Stanchion P 3000mm 3000mm 1800mm 4000
Stanchion S 2700mm 2700mm 1800mm
Stanchion W 3000mm 3000mm
Stanchion SO 3000mm 3000mm 1600mm
Stanchion C 3000mm 3000 mm 1800mm
Mild Steel Stainless Steel
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P, PA 4.75kg 5.20kg 2.05kg
W, WA, AMW 3.85kg 4.40kg 1.66kg
S 5.00kg 5.60kg 2.16kg
SO 5.35kg 5.85kg 2.52kg
SOAL/ SOAR 5.30kg 5.60kg 2.29kg
AM 4.45kg 5.00kg 1.92kg
L 1.60kg 1.90kg 0.69kg
M 2.0kg 2.30kg 0.86kg
K 1.30kg 1.60kg 0.69kg
IG, IGA 6.0kg 7.0kg 2.64kg
3.2mm WT 4.0mm WT
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All the items shown on the preceding pages can be supplied
loose or fabricated into panels ready for installation on site.
Untreated.
Hot Dip Galvanised after fabrication.
Ball to rail welding : for AS1657 20mm Tack Weld.
for all others seal weld
Fabricated from your drawings.
Modular panels as detailed below. Call the Webforge office
for these Drawings in more detail. STD-003, STD-034.
Fabrication
1000, 1500 or 2000 or Special
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25NB 3.2WT.
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NOMINATE STANCHION
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1500 or 2000 or 1/3 SPECIAL
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25NB 3.2WT.
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NOMINATE STANCHION
TYPE
We can supply and install the complete package on site.
Installation
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Ramps require kick plate
= 26.5 - 45
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Stars
= 0 - 20
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Ramps require kick plate
= 26.5 - 45
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Stars
2H/1000, 2H/1500, 2H/2000 & 2H/S
3H/3000, 3H/4000, & 3H/S
4H/4500, 4H/6000, & 4H/S
2R/1500, 2R/2000 & 2R/S
3R/3000, 3R/4000 & 3R/S
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Your choice of infill
Your choice of stanchion type
Jumbo stanchions
Standard:
12mm diameter rods
Jumbo:
16mm diameter rods
Standard: 12mm diameter rods
Jumbo: 16mm diameter rods
Cranked
As Drawn
Opposite hand
Alternating
BAL-2
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BAL-SP
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of extra railing to comply with
requirements of AS1428.1 for
disability access.
Additional rail may be applied to
other balustrade types by suffix D.
BAL-1D
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20 x 5mm Flat
Zig Zag
BAL-6
Balustrade
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BAL-4
Perforated plate
2mm PGI
6.5mm holes
40% open area
25mm border all sides
6mm toughened glass
Die cast clamp
BAL-3
16 x 16mm square rods
with middle twist.
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JC
Jumbo Cored
JW
Jumbo Welded
JS
Jumbo Side
JCA
Jumbo Cored Angle
JWA
Jumbo Welded Angle
JSAL
Jumbo Side
Angle Left
JP
Jumbo Platform
JS
Jumbo Side
JSAR
Jumbo Side
Angle Right
JAM
Jumbo Angle
Mounted
JAMW
Jumbo Angle
Mounted Welded
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65NB
65NB
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450
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550(Ramp)
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Horizontal Closure Bends (HCB)
Standard Pipe:
65NB 3.6mm WT
See specifications on page 25.
Closures and Bends
Bumprails
L2mm
L2mm
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Rail Bends (RB)
Standard Pipe:
65NB 3.6mm WT
See specifications on
page 25.
Sandard Leg:
400mm x 400mm
Non-Standard Leg:
L1 + L2 =< 6500
Angle Closure Bends (ACB)
Standard Pipe:
65NB 3.6mm WT
See specifications on page 25.
Available with a value from 1 - 45
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Through its network of operations throughout
Australia, New Zealand and Asia, Webforge has the
resources and experience to service a complete
range of projects whatever the complexity or size.
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this brochure, Webforge takes no responsibility for loss resulting from
relying on its contents. Customers should make their own enquiries as
to whether any products described in this brochure are suitable for their
intended use. Information in this brochure may change without notice.
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