Wincro Open Grids are regularly used in offshore, chemical and petrochemical industries, dairies, food and bottling plants, or any environment where additional drainage or ventilation is required.

Wincro Open Grids contribute to a safer working environment as the design enables the free draining of surface liquids such as rain, ice, dirt and oil. Used extensively in the offshore industry, Wincro Open Grids meet the very stringent standards required in respect of load, non-slip, durability and mesh sizes.


  • Stainless Steel 1.4301 (304)
  • Stainless Steel 1.4401 (316)
  • Load Bearing Bars Sizes available from 20mm high
  • Mesh arrangement: 33mm x 33mm (standard)
  • Other Mesh Arrangements to order

Wincro Open Grid is available in a choice of finishes;

  • Mill finish, pickled and passivated, or
  • Bright Electropolished

Panels can also be supplied complete with;

  • Incorporated kick plates
  • Cut-outs to special order
  • Serrated top edges for increased grip
High Strength

Especially suitable for use as mezzanine flooring, its open design ensures minimum obstruction of light from one level to another. The combination of high strength and great durability ensures Wincro Open Grid is a highly cost effective alternative to coated mild steel and aluminium grid floor equivalents.

The Grid can be supplied in easy to handle and economical standard panel sizes or to customers’ special requirements.

Fixing Methods

The use of special fittings or brackets with standard nuts and bolts enables Wincro Open Grid to fix to all types of support structures.

It can also be welded on site.

Stainless Steel

Wincro Open Grid is available in two types of stainless steel. Our Technical Design Team will assist with advice on the correct grade of stainless steel for your application taking into account key points such as structural strength, design life, operating conditions and surface finish for appearance.

Grade 1.4301 (304) stainless steel (18% chromium – 8% nickel)
Austenitic, non-magnetic. This grade is ideal for both internal and external applications where good strength and corrosion resistance are required.

Grade 1.4401 (316) stainless steel (17% chromium – 12% nickel – 2% molybdenum)
Austenitic, non-magnetic. This grade has enhanced corrosion resistance due to the addition of molybdenum and a higher nickel content. Ideally used in aggressive conditions where the risk of corrosion or pitting attack may be high.