Historically, civil and industrial grating has been dominated by steel, aluminium and FRP variants. Paige Stainless is literally forging the way with stainless steel!
PAIGE STAINLESS HEELGUARD ® presents a valuable medium to the industrial and civil construction industries, not only for the qualities of the material, but also of our unique grating design.
Fabricated from 304 or 316 grades of stainless steel, PAIGE STAINLESS HEELGUARD ® boasts of:
The unique heelguard wedge wire design of the grating also promotes:
Our stainless steel grating is wheelchair compliant AS1428.2 (part 2 clause 9C), Cycle safe AS 3996 (clause 3.3.6) and aligned to Australian and New Zealand Standards for Load rating and slip resistance values
Our stainless steel civil and industrial grating features a number of functional advantages, however, one of its biggest draw cards to date has been its aesthetic appeal. Unlike other products in this space, our stainless steel grating looks attractive! This visual appeal has resulted in the use of our grating in many prominent public spaces.
Paige Stainless is a Queensland based, globally renowned, manufacturer of stainless steel grating. Our focus on custom installations, and commitment to quality has earned us a reputation among architectural and building circles as the go-to for all things grating.
Linear drainage grates – stair treads – floor grating (grillage) – suspended walkways and platforms – even wedgewire screens!
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No one else has manufactured Heelguard to the Architectural Industry for over 20 years to the Australian Design Standard!
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