GRP composite grating used to keep golf clubs safe

Alistair
By Alistair December 24, 2019 16:33 Updated

In addition to the already well established anti-slip safety treads that GripClad ® supplies, golf clubs are fostering innovation and steadily increasing their use in GRP composite grating. Applications on golf courses are rapidly evolving. Reduced life cycle cost, resistance to corrosion and superior weight-strength ratios offer significant benefits.

With GRP products you have zero maintenance, it is easy to cut, it is lightweight 12.3kg per square metre and can take a ½ tonne load comfortable per square metre, and unlike metal grating, GRP has no scrap value, added to this it is anti-slip and UV stable.

GripClad ® GRP Grating can be found in golf club wash-bays, trench and drainage covers, ditch crossings, structural footbridges, pit covers, walkways, platforms, ramps and just recently as shoe cleaning platform stations, and is available in green, light grey or even yellow.

The dense fibre core makes GRP Grating hard and strong, and their absolute values of flexural and impact strength is higher than those of common steels.

 

Alistair
By Alistair December 24, 2019 16:33 Updated

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