Steel Checker Plate Sheets - Checker Plate Flooring
- 3mm Thick Checker Plate Mild Steel Sheet Checker Platefrom £73.35 (ex VAT)
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What is Mild Steel Checker plate?
Checker plate is flat metal sheet with a raised pattern on the top surface, which is designed to aid grip and reducing slipping. Checker plate is also known as tread plate, Durbar floor plate, or Positive Grip Pattern (PGP) floor plate. With a smooth reverse side, the top side of our Mild Steel Checker plate features a raised regular tear-drop pattern that provides extra grip.
What is Mild Steel Checker plate used for?
Its anti-slip properties mean that it is often used on walkways, stairs, ramps, on the inside of vans, and other commercial vehicles. It has been used in industrial settings, protecting walls, and more recently for shopfitting and interior design.
Mild Steel Checker plate is strong and durable, and being made from mild steel, makes it easy to cut, drill, or weld. The raised pattern aids drainage, which helps to reduce corrosion and improve grip. The multi-directional raised pattern provides positive grip in all directions, making it easy to position
- Strong and durable
- Easy to cut, drill, and weld
What sizes of Mild Steel Checker plate can we supply?
Our Mild Steel Checker plate is supplied in a 3mm thickness. The thickness of checker plate is described as Over the Plane, in other words, the thickness of the material without the raised pattern. The thickness of the raised pattern is 1.5mm, giving the total thickness of the material as 4.5mm. Our standard sizes include 1250mm x 1250mm, and 2000mm x 1000mm. We are also able to provide a custom-cut size according to your requirements. Our Mild Steel Checker plate is made from grade S235 mild steel.
Metals4U also supplyMild Steel Stair Tread Nosingfor corners and other angles.
And in addition we also supplyAluminium Checker Plate, which is lighter in weight and has a better resistance to corrosion than mild steel.