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- ItemMoltruded Grating
- Resin TypeCorvex(R), Polyester
- Span4 ft.
- Width2 ft.
- Grating KeyNone
- ColorLight Gray
- Bearing Bar Height1-1/2"
- Bearing Bar Spacing Center-to-Center1-1/2"
- Bearing Bar Width0.27"
- Mesh PatternRectangular
- Mesh Size1-1/2" x 4"
- Max. Temp.150 Degrees F
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Background support are Al frame with span 15" along side center to center and span 21" cross side center to center.
Grainger part number 4AUP6 will have a maximum recommended load capacity of 482 lbs. The load rate is a static load conditions, measured at ambient temperatures. Allowable loads for dynamic or impact conditions should be a maximum of one half of the static load value. Please consider calling Grainger for more detail, the phone number is 1-800-323-0620.
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