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Aluminium Grating Stair Treads

Stair Treads

Webforge Aluminium Grating Stair Treads

Webforge grating treads can be made from any grating pattern or profile, and to any dimensions to suit the relevant stairway.  In the interest of economy we suggest that the recommended widths and lengths be used wherever possible.

Webforge Stair Treads are available in

  • Steel Grating
  • Aluminium Grating
  • Stainless Steel Grating
  • FRP Grating
In a choice of grating profile and tread format.

6 tread formats are available with either bolted or welded fixing and a choice of three nosings
  • plain
  • floor plate
  • abrasive
Tread Type T1
Welded fixing, Banded Ends, No Nosing
Tread Type T2
Bolted fixing, Holed End Plates, No Nosing
Tread Type T3
Welded fixing, Banded Ends, Floor Plate Nosing
Aluminium T6  tread
Tread Type T4
Bolted fixing, Holed End Plates, Floor Plate Nosing
Tread Type T5
Welded fixing, Banded Ends, Abrasive Nosing
Tread Type T6
Bolted fixing, Holed End Plates, Abrasive Nosing

AS1657 requires that the nosing of the tread is clearly visible against the background.

The standard tread end plates for the different width stair treads are shown below.  Tread end plates are manufactured from 65 x 5 flat bar.

125 Tread Widths
155 Tread Widths
205 Tread Widths
245, 275, 285, 305 or 325 Tread Widths

All treads sniped at 35º unless requested otherwise.

Pattern and Load Bar selection

The tables below indicate the maximum width and length for stair treads, depending on the combination of material, pattern and load bar selected.  Standard stair treads are available ex-stock from Webforge locations; these standard profiles are complimented by a custom manufacturing service.

Stringer Drilling

Please find below a table of recommended stair stringer hole centres.

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