Process & Industrial

Processing covers a diverse array of industry sectors, from food through to heavy industrial processing. The common denominator however is the need for a safe workforce and composites offer solutions to ensure this is achieved. Many processes have bi-products whether this is water, as in food processing or oils and grease in industrial processing, such as motor manufacturing.

Composite gratings have one of the highest degree of slip-resistance measured for walking surfaces and because of this it is the first choice for the processing industry for walkways and mezzanines to reduce the risk of slips and trips. In addition to this composite gratings have a natural ‘flex’ which ensures worker fatigue is kept to a minimum.

Our offering to this sector:

  • Bespoke access platform solutions
  • Anti-slip composite flooring surfaces
  • Tread cover plates and gritted sheets
  • Roof access ladders and, duck boards and walkways
  • Non-spark anti-static gratings for use where there are fire-risks
  • Ergonomic worker platforms
  • Trench, drain & sump covers


Case Studies

Why choose non-conducting composite fencing and gates? (Wed 4th October 2017) - Core6 Composites has become a market leader in high quality GRP Products. Thanks to our reputation, knowledge, and design solutions, we ensure that our clients are provided with the right product and solution for their required application. Within our comprehensive range we have GRP floor grating in many different finishes and mesh configurations, stair systems, […]
Core6 GRP is a great alternative to steel for walkways (Fri 17th March 2017) - Open grated walkways are utilised in a wide array of settings. They are designed to prevent water from pooling and to provide a safe surface for people to walk on. Walkways must be sturdy, corrosion resistant, and slip-resistant to prevent accidents.
Core6 GRP offers H&S benefits in different settings (Mon 27th February 2017) - Regardless of the market, whether it is oil and gas, rail, construction, or industrial and processing, there are always health and safety (H&S) requirements to meet. Every workplace should be safe for employees to inhabit at all times, keeping the risks to an absolute minimum.