22. of October 2016
to mess. 453
Remember to "sink" the anglebars into the flat iron frame! Rectangular, seen from above.
So that their open top is flat with the frame upper edge!
Weld only each second from one end, and the other second from the the opposite end.
If enlargening the cleaning door is not to your liking, make a rectangular frame; moving towards and backwards, seen from the door.
Make 4 horizontal taps at each corner on the longitudial frame-bars. The "backrow" taps and the "frontrow" taps glide in the angle iron rails, when you move the grate(frame) forward to you and backwards from you.
Pulling the frame enough towards you (through the opened door) makes the front tap-pair drop down from their rails.
The grate-frame bends down and remains hanging on the "back-pair" of taps.
Now, wrenching the frame a little, the "back-pair" of taps will let the frame completely loose!
Easy to take out through the door.
But it asks for a locking mechanism so that does not happen on the road!