Utilize grip strut to create a non-slip texture while also ensuring a steady surface.  We carry grip strut in the following metal types:


Grip Strut Defined

Often found below your feet, the grip strut shape creates great grippage to make the perfect non-slip environment. It’s commonly implemented in industrial flooring, inspections walkways, work platforms, catwalks and rooftop walkways. Grip strut is also utilized in the trucking industry, especially in areas that regularly get snowy or icy weather, with it being the base for safety steps on semi-trailer trucks. The grip strut shape is available in rectangular shapes.

Grip Strut Metal Types

Hot Rolled

Hot rolled steel is created by rolling steel at a high temperature that lends it to being easily shaped and formed. The mills that produce hot rolled are very efficient, consistently flattening the product into large rolls, which leads to lower costs for O’Neal Steel customers. Hot rolled steel is typically used in situations where precise shapes or tolerances are not required. It’s commonly utilized by the farming, construction, automotive, and mining industries.

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