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U & K Grates

U & K Grates

Environmental Composites, Inc.'s unique fabrication process allows creating grates tailored to individual designer specifications. This includes our "U" (Florida D.O.T. index number 260 & 261) and "K" (Florida D.O.T. index number 235) grates. Made of galvanized steel, these grates will provide the durability needed for a variety of traffic and non-traffic applications. 

All U & K grates are supplied with nuts and bolts for easy fastening. Please contact us today to order and specify the proper index number as well as the pipe size and slope required at (352) 343-3449 or reach out to us on our online contact form to learn more about U & K Grates.

Documents

Stormwater Brochure

Drawings

FDOT Index 235 Type K Grate

FDOT Index 260 Type U Grate

FDOT Index 261 Type U Grate 1:3 Slope

FDOT Index 261 Type U Grate 1:4 Slope

FDOT Index 261 Type U Grate 1:6 Slope

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