At FRP Engineering, our moulded Floor Grating and pultruded grating solutions can be custom made to cater to the specific needs of your project. 

Benefits of FRP Floor Grating:

  • corrosion-resistant
  • non-slip
  • fire retardant
  • non-corrosive
  • non-conductive properties
  • perfect for harsh environments. 

Products can also be combined with several other access ways and other protection options – this will provide you with a complete fit-for-purpose solution for your project. 


FRP Engineerings Moulded Grating solutions provide strong, bi-directional solutions that are also light and easy to install. In addition, they are a superior alternative to traditional steel floors because it is created from high-quality glass fibres and resin and have many other benefits.

Firstly, when compared to metal grating, FRP’s Floor Grating is the superior solution because of the various benefits it provides. Secondly, the product is super lightweight, easy to handle and easy to install in addition to being very strong and durable. Thirdly, it also reduces business costs and maintenance in the future

Available resins:

  • Isophthalic Polyester
  • Vinyl Ester
  • VEFR
  • Phenolic

Variety of thicknesses available

  • 25mm
  • 38mm
  • 50mm 



The use of Pultruded grating is the best option for projects that require to span over longer distances and is designed to provide both superior uni-directional strength and corrosion resistance.

Above all, FRP also provides a layout and cutting service to ensure it fits your project perfectly. To minimise waste, we also aim to ensure that we maximise all grating sheets to provide the best outcome.  

Downloads our Moulded, Minimesh and Grating Selection Brochures here:

1. Moulded Grating Brochure

2. Minimesh Grating Brochure

3. Grating Selection Brochure

In conclusion, every project is different – therefore our top-quality Floor Grating solution can be custom fit and fabricated with your project in mind.



Moulded Grating

Find out more about the new age alternative to traditional materials.

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