With the vigorous development of the modern economy, more and more innovative products have emerged. This not only represents the improvement of our technology and living conditions, but also represents the development of the country's comprehensive strength. Rainwater grates emerged in this era. Today, this article is about to learn about rainwater grates with everyone. I hope you can learn new knowledge after reading this article.
Firstly, we need to understand what a rainwater grate is. As far as I know, it is mainly welded from flat steel and twisted square steel, and in some environments it may also be made from flat steel or flat steel. Due to its many advantages in appearance and practical use, such as beautiful appearance, fast drainage speed, high strength, multiple specifications, and low cost, rainwater grates are deeply loved by many people and can be seen in many places. However, the commonly used rainwater grates on the market are made of steel grating materials. With the advancement of technology, new varieties of rainwater grates have been developed in recent years. Not only is their self weight lighter than that of cast iron, but they are also much cheaper in cost and cost. However, they also have a disadvantage that cannot be ignored, which is that their strength is not as high as that of cast iron water grates. Different rainwater grates have different characteristics, and the four common types are as follows: ordinary rainwater grates, which are made of steel grating; There is also a tube type, which is composed of steel pipe wrapped plates; For U-shaped parts, angle steel is mainly used to wrap the edges; There is also a type of anti-theft rainwater grate, which is formed by condensing materials with reinforced concrete, and is also a more sturdy type. Therefore, in order to have a better user experience, it is recommended to use anti-theft rainwater grates.
When installing rainwater grates, there are several things to pay attention to: firstly, to ensure its fundamental strength requirements, cement must be placed before installing the equipment, and the rainwater grates can only be installed after they are stable. The second is to prevent it from falling off and avoid other accidents. After installing the rainwater grate, it is recommended to install screws around it for reinforcement and add them to the frame. If you want secondary reinforcement, you can pour cement mortar at the bottom. Another point is that suitable shapes can be selected based on the actual installation environment to achieve the expected purpose.