300 meters with grating in various dimensions are supplied adapted for use over gutters in the new research facility for fish on Ås – Norwegian Norges miljø- og biovitenskapelige University (NMBU). The grating are placed loosely on rubber feet for easy removal during cleaning etc. Gratings were ordered and installed by Sandli Bygg AS.

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  • Plate: 1219 x 3658 mm
  • Thickness: 25 mm
  • Pattern: 38 x 38 mm
  • Surface: U-shaped, concave



Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), former University of Life Sciences (UMB) and the Agricultural University (NLH), located in Ås in Akershus and it is the central and leading research and educational institution for bioproduction, environment and landscape. The university has several research institutes and communities in landscape, agriculture, forestry and horticulture, livestock, natural resource management, development studies, economics and technological disciplines. NMBU have 5000 students and 1500 employees. Until 2019 the university will have a separate campus for the veterinary communities in Oslo, before the co-located on the hill.

Norways agricultural school was founded as the country’s third institution of higher education in 1859, the first being “The free math school in Christiania” (Military Academy), while the other was the University of Oslo. Early the school in Ås also a professorship in economics; the second in the country. This should emphasize the importance of primary industries also in economic research. Land management is an important part of NMBUs disciplines. Already in 1897 it created a degree program in exchange – Today the land consolidation. NMBU has Europe’s oldest education in landscape architecture, created in 1919. When Norway gained a nationwide Planning Act in 1965, it was created a position in spatial planning. At the Department of Mathematical Sciences and Technology educates candidates (engineer) of various disciplines.

The school on the hill got college status in 1897 and university status on 1 January 2005. Until 1 January 2005 was named the school the Agricultural University (NLH).

From 2014 the institution was named Norwegian University of Life Sciences following the merger with NVH.