FAQ's nach Treadplates
What is the difference to the slopestep?
The difference between the slopestep and the tread plate lies in the area of application. The slope step is used for the construction of a staircase on a slope, the tread plate is more suitable for use on level or at most slightly ascending surfaces. In contrast to the slopestep, the tread plate has four equally short "feet".
Why are the step plates delivered without a steel bar?
The tread plates are usually laid on level ground, so it is not necessary to level the ground with the rod. However, if the terrain is sloping and/or uneven, steel rods can be ordered as an option. These can then be used to compensate for slight unevenness.
What size of tread plate do you recommend?
This is at the personal discretion of the user and depends on his or her needs. In general, however, the larger the tread surface, the better the stance.
Are the tread plates suitable for any surface?
The best way to anchor the treads is in the soil. They are less suitable for soil that is penetrated with roots, such as forest soil. If in doubt, please carry out a test yourself in advance. Anchoring is not possible in stony ground or on stones.