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Strongwell Duragrate Molded Grating Receives NSF Certification

  • Sunday, 14th September 2008
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Duragrate premium polyester, non-fire retardant (NPP) and vinyl ester, non-fire retardant (NVE) molded grating has received NSF-61 approval in extreme temperatures.

Strongwell’s Duragrate NPP and NVE molded grating is the first in the industry to receive both hot and cold temperature NSF approval.

The NSF official listing certifies that the Duragrate NPP and NVE gratings are both acceptable for use in potable drinking water. NSF testing concluded the submitted Duragrate samples are able to withstand hot temperatures of 140°F and also cold temperatures. The fasteners used with the NPP and NVE gratings have also been NSF certified. Duragrate is an ideal solution for water and wastewater treatment plants because the grating is strong, lightweight, corrosion resistant and can withstand extreme temperatures.

Duragrate NPP and NVE gratings have been added to a list of Strongwell’s NSF certified fiberglass products. Other NSF approved products include Extren Structural Shapes and Plates, Composolite Building Panels, Safplank Interlocking Decking System, Baffle Panels, and Flight Channels.


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