Paige Stainless Fabrications was established in 1993 and has since become an industry leader of Australian made wedgewire grating. We are recognised by major architects, builders and designers for producing the highest quality, ASSDA accredited, stainless steel grating materials that are long lasting, aligned to Australian and New Zealand standards for load rating and slo resistant values, and are visually attractive.
We service a range of industries and our products can be found in hotels, fountains, commercial kitchens, parks and beyond–basically any surface that requires drainage or ventilation facilities. We have also been commissioned by artists to create sculptural installations, and are sought after for our steel’s aesthetic appeal, which melds functionality with an artistic touch.
We specialise in Heelguard grating, and our PAIGE STAINLESS HEELGUARD® technology is designed to be durable, hygienic, wheelchair and high heel friendly, as well as sleek and attractive. These qualities make it ideal for high-traffic areas, providing a safe, well-drained and stylish surface.
The world over, Paige Stainless is recognised for their quality, and our clients extend beyond Australia to include the Middle East, The USA, Asia and New Zealand. We offer a range of products, such as shower grates, entry mats, tree grates, water features, strip lighting and more, and as everything is custom designed to suit your business or project, the sky is the limit when it comes to what we can create. Handrails, raised platforms, street furniture; all of it is within our capabilities. Whether you are seeking to make a visual impact or streamline operational functions, we can help!
Why choose stainless steel for your application?
The versatility of our stainless steel wedgewire grating allows for a broad scope of applications. While usage is driven by its hydraulic properties, it also possesses stunning aesthetics, light egress, as well as being durable, resistant to corrosion, easy to clean and long lasting. We use the highest-grade, Australian made stainless steel, covering 304, 316 and 515 grades, depending on the application, and all materials undergo strict testing to ensure they are the best product on the market. Unlike solid materials—such as cement—stainless steel grates allow easy water drainage, and unlike a lot of cheap imports, there is no hidden cost, as our steel stands the test of time.
Though there are numerous stainless steel or grating suppliers out there, few are up to the stringent standards we have set for the industry. We pride ourselves on exceptional custom fabricated products that are durable and long lasting, aesthetically stunning, easy to clean and up to industry OH&S standards. We strive to lessen our environmental impact, and so use only the highest quality GreenTag certified materials. As well as this, we are also the first Queensland company of this scale to move from mainstream power to solar, and are dedicated to leading the manufacturing industry towards a greener future.
When it comes to unique projects, we relish a challenge, so no matter the size or seeming impossibility of a task, we seek out creative ways to satisfy your objective. As a family owned business, we are committed to providing custom fabrication that goes above and beyond, and our dedicated team works closely with you to deliver craftsmanship that suits your unique requirements.
Paige Stainless Fabrications specialises in the creation of exceptional products. Contact us today to see how we can create something exceptional for you!
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