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Corten gratings

Corten gratings

The corten gratings are made of corten steel, a material with improved weather resistance. This type of steel is characterized by high resistance to mechanical damage and negative weather conditions. It can survive for several years without additional security treatments.

The corten gratings we produce are used primarily in industrial facilities and as elements of urban spaces. However, due to their aesthetic qualities, individual customers are also more and more willing to choose them.

The corten steel has increased resistance to changing weather conditions. It is distinguished by its distinctive appearance – its surface, when exposed to the weather, spontaneously covers itself with a protective coating in the form of a rusty tarnish. The resulting patina is self-healing and inhibits the process of further corrosion.

We make corten steel gratings in pressed/pressed, cardboard or half-cardboard versions.

Corten grating – made with pressed grating technology from atmospheric corrosion-resistant steel; mesh 33×22, 33×33 and others; supporting flat bar 30×2 and others.

Korten – is a type of steel (steel sheet) covered with a characteristic rust-colored tarnish, which is formed after undergoing a pre-oxidation process or under the influence of weathering. These properties of corten are due to copper being a component of the alloy.

It is due to it that a self-healing uniform coating (patina) is formed on the surface of the sheet, which provides increased resistance to weather conditions and inhibits the corrosion process.

The weathering sheet, without additional protection treatments, can last, at least several tens, so it is a very durable material with great structural qualities.

Recently, architects, due to the aesthetic qualities of corten, have been particularly eager and frequent to use “rusty” sheet metal. The most obvious context for the use of corten seems to be industrial sites.

The use of uncoated weather-resistant weathering gratings in steel structures saves surface treatment costs.
At the same time, the elegant brown patina-covered surface is also a distinctive architectural feature.