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|Product Name:||Outdoor Plywood Board Horse Stable Stall Fence Panel With Roof||Brand Name:||Horse Stable|
|Material:||Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel||Model Number:||Stable 0332|
|Door Type:||Sliding Door||Size:||3.5*2.2m, 4*2.2m Or Any Other Size You Required|
Outdoor plywood board Horse Stable stall fence panel with roof
JH Steel Grating made by welding with flat steel and cross/round bars with certain distances. Our Steel Grating enjoy the feature of high strength, light structure, high bearing, convenience for loading and other properties. The hot dipped zinc coating gives the product excellent anti-corrosion.
Steel Grating Mesh is made by welding with flat steel and bars with certain distances. It goes through cutting, opening, edging and other processes. The products enjoy the feature of high strength, light structure, high bearing, convenience for loading and other properties. The hot dipped zinc coating gives the product excellent anti-corrosion.
Material: high quality low carbon steel
Types: serrated and plain
Finishes: electro galvanized, hot dipped galvanized, according to the difference surface treatment.
|Countries||National Standards for Grating||Materials||Galvanizing Standards|
|China||YB/T 4001.1-2007||GB 700-88||GB/T13912-2002|
|1||Bearing Bar||30x3, 30x5, 30x100mm|
|2||Bearing Bar Pitch||
12.5, 15, 20, 23.85, 25, 30, 30.16, 30.3, 32.5, 34.3, 35, 38.1, 40, 41.25, 60, 80mm etc
US standard: 19-w-4, 15-w-4, 11-w-4, 19-w-2, 15-w-2 etc.
|3||Twisted Cross Bar Pitch||38.1, 50, 60, 76, 80, 100, 101.6, 120mm, 2'' & 4'' etc|
|4||Material Grade||ASTM A36, A1011, A569, Q235, S275JR, SS304, Mild steel & Low carbon steel, etc|
|5||Surface Treatment||Black, self colour, hot dip galvanized, painted, spray coating|
|6||Grating Style||Plain / Smooth, Serrated /teeth, I bar, serrated I bar|
China: YB/T 4001.1-2007, USA: ANSI/NAAMM(MBG531-88),
UK: BS4592-1987, Australia: AS1657-1985,
Germany: DIN24537-1-2006, Japan:JIS
L/C at sight
T/T, 30% deposit by T/T and 70% balance by T/T before shipping.
normally packed in pilling up ways with two pieces of square wood on both upperand bottom sides.there are four or six
pieces of M10 long bolt penetrading the gratings and screwing together.it is suitable for loading and unloading by fork-lift and crane.
Why choose JH Steel Grating?
1) We have a standard manufacturing line and a complete quality ensuring system for high quality Steel grating.
2) We own most advanced production equipments. The CNC press-welding machine is controlled by computers.
3) We're professional manufacturer. Manufacturer of Steel Grating since 2006!
4) We own more than 10 senior engineers, they can promise our product technology in a leading level.
Hot to order steel bar grating?
1. It’s better that you can provide drawings with detailed information like raw material, grating type, surface treatment, quantities, etc.
2. If you are not able to provide the drawing, we will design for free according to your specific applications.
3. A free design will need information like: area of application (industrial platform, airport, docks, etc.), drawings of this area with detailed dimensions, boundary conditions, etc.
Rodeo Lagoon is the predominant wetland in the Rodeo watershed. Rodeo Lagoon is presently a 40-acre brackish water lagoon (Fong et al. 2010). Just upstream of the lagoon, Rodeo Lake covers 5.5 acres of open water, emergent vegetation, and mats of submergent vegetation (Fong et al. 2010). Vegetation growing on the shores of the lagoon and lake fall into several categories of wetland, including palustrine emergent, palustrine scrub-shrub, and estuarine emergent. The lagoon itself is categorized as estuarine unconsolidated bottom and does not support emergent vegetation, but does serve as habitat for algae and single-celled plants. Palustrine wetlands are freshwater wetlands subject to various runoff and flooding regimes and are vegetated with either sedges and grasses (emergent) or shrubs (willow). Estuarine emergent vegetation is able to withstand a mix of fresh and tidal water. Species known to occur in the vicinity of Rodeo Lagoon include meadow barley (Hordeum brachyantherum), buttercups (Ranunculus californicus), rushes, horsetail, luzula (Luzula comosa), sedges, and soft rush (NPS 2009). Non-native velvet grass (Holcus lanatus), Harding grass (Phalaris aquatica), and capeweed may also occur. In addition to the wetlands associated with Rodeo Lagoon, much of the Rodeo Creek valley floor is vegetated by wetlands (NPS 2009). Slope wetlands, in the form of seeps and springs, are also common in this area. The Rodeo Valley site is approximately 0.5 miles upstream of Rodeo Lake, and adjacent to Rodeo Creek.
Terrestrial habitats within the Plan area support a high diversity of mammals (GGNRA 2005, USGS 2005). Carnivores, including the gray fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus), bobcat (Felis rufus), and the recently reestablished coyote (Canis latrans) inhabit coastal scrub and grasslands. Mountain lions (Felis concolor) have been sighted in some undeveloped areas of the Park (GGNRA 2005). These carnivores feed on a variety of small and large mammals such as the Pacific black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus), broad-footed mole (Scapanus larimanus), pocket gopher (Thomomys bottae), deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus), western harvest mouse (Reithrodontomus megalotis), California vole (Microtus californicus), dusky-footed woodrat (Neotoma fuscipes) and brush rabbit (Sylvilagus bachmani). Badgers (Taxidea taxus) are also infrequently encountered. Some species, such as the western harvest mouse, appear to be restricted to areas where native perennial grasses persist. Other mammalian carnivores include the raccoon (Procyon lotor), striped (Mephitis mephitis) and spotted skunks (Spilogale gracilis), long-tailed weasel (Mustela frenata), and the recently returned river otter (Lontra canadensis). Domestic cats are kept at Tennessee Valley and Rodeo Valley stables (one at each stable) for rodent control. At the Marin Headlands, several historic World War II structures were found to be occupied by the Townsend‘s western big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii) and the Yuma myotis (Myotis yumanensis) (GGNRA 2005). The Brazilian free-tailed bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) forages over coastal scrub habitat within the Marin Headlands (GGNRA 2005) and many other bat species occur in the project area as well.
The product details:
|1. Length||3000mm, 3600mm, 3800mm, 4000mm|
|2. Height||1800mm, 2200mm, 2400mm|
|3. Standing Post||OD115mm|
|4. Frame and middle brack||SHS 50x50mm|
|5. surface treatment||Hot-dipped galvanized/ (black, green, red etc) powder coatding|
Contact Person: Nina Zhang