Fibex GRP raised walkways are versatile and require little to no maintenance. Additionally, our modular walkways are easy to install. In terms of advantages, a GRP raised walkway is the best solution compared to steel and aluminium elevated walkways.
How are our GRP raised walkways manufactured?
Where are Fibex GRP raised walkways used?
Elevated walkways are often used as skywalks and sky bridges.
Furthermore, raised walkways are also known as industrial walkways. Industrial walkways can be used as overhead catwalks, allowing for observation of workers and/or access to the upper heights of machinery. Additionally, industrial walkways are used as a form of platform and workstations.
GRP raised walkways are great alternatives to steel walkways. They can be used in the exact same environments, but GRP raised walkways are advantageous for their longevity properties. For example, steel walkways are used to create pedestrian and maintenance traffic routes around/inside buildings. Steel walkways are also great at creating rooftop access, over and around machinery in plants and power distribution centres.
- Roof access walkways
- Accessibility over obstructions
- Connect sections of a building
- Sky bridges
- Overhead catwalks
- Observation catwalks
- Access to upper heights of machinery
GRP Walkway Specifications
The Fibex GRP grating range meets our stringent specifications and quality standards.
In addition, it complies with the relevant British and EN standards BS 4592 industrial type flooring, walkways and stair treads.