Stainless steel grid gutter drainage channel

Our high-quality stainless steel grid channels are made to customer specifications. If you are looking for a standard grid gutter or a special size or shape, you have come to the right place. The stainless steel grid channels are made of austenitic stainless steel (AISI 304) 1.4301, (AISI 316L) 1.4404 or (AISI 316Ti) 1.4571, according to the PN-EN 1253 standard. They serve to collect medium and large amounts of water and to discharge the waste water into the sewage system.
The grid channels are made of a 2 mm plate thickness, have a bent or flat bottom and a built-in slope. Each gutter has adjustable feet and concrete anchors to ensure installation and anchoring.

A grid as a cover fits with a grid gutter. Depending on the application, water flow and load, we have slot (perforated) grids, (anti-slip) mesh grid, (anti-slip) reinforced bar grid or a plate grid.
The water that is drained into the gutter flows through a drain (with a removable stench trap and dirt bucket) into the sewerage system. The drain is always produced and connected to the gutter, so that together they form a whole.

Application possibilities stainless steel grid channels

The stainless steel grid gutters are used in the food industry, industrial kitchens, swimming pools, saunas, in hotels, restaurants and other catering establishments. Also for applications in utility construction, chemical and pharmaceutical industry. In addition, stainless steel drainage is also mandatory in areas where sanitary and hygienic regulations apply.

Before proceeding to production, our engineers draw up what the gutter should look like in consultation with the customer. (width, length, height, slope, discharge, etc.).

Pickled and passivated

Before they leave the factory, the drains are completely pickled and passivated. It is also checked for dimensional stability and watertightness.

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Stainless Steel Grid Gutters

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