- Anti-slip for tiles and other floor surfaces
- Safer when wet
- Does not peel or delaminate
- Lasts up to 5 years
- Exceeds safety standards
Anti Slip Treatment is a specialised anti-slip surface treatment, not a non-slip coating. Coatings can delaminate, yellow with age, or just wear off, making the most expensive floors look worn and unsightly. A single application of Anti Slip Treatment will last up to 5 years, even under high traffic. Use this highly effective treatment to make your work floors or public areas regulation-compliant and safe. Also, ideal for porcelain bathtubs.
The aesthetic of a beautiful floor or paved area can add significantly to the appeal of a residential and commercial property or outdoor public space. However, occasionally these surfaces can become dangerous, through poor choice of the coating product, or a combination of wear and contamination. Whatever the reason, slippery tiles, paving or flooring must be treated quickly, before someone gets hurt. The correct anti-slip treatment is critical if the look and prestige of these surfaces are to be retained.
When applied according to instructions, the treated surface will comply with the Australian Safety Standard outlined in AS/NZS 4586:2004 (Wet Pendulum Test having mean BPN values between 45-70, Co-efficient of Friction exceeding 0.6 for most areas).
Anti Slip Treatment is ideal for tiles in foyers, showers, bathrooms, kitchens, pool surrounds, commercial kitchens, food processing plants, hotels, hospitals, fitness clubs, shopping centres, outdoor public areas and any other ‘slippery when wet’ hard floor areas. It can also be used on glazed ceramic tiles, vitrified tiles, quarry tiles, polished granite, terrazzo, marble, concrete, slate and other hard floor surfaces.
After applying Anti Slip Treatment to floors, it is advisable to seal the treated area with our Shield It, a penetrating sealer that will not impair the appearance or slip-resistant qualities, but will provide long-term protection from staining by oils, grease, blood, coffee and other contaminants.
- Food processing areas
- Public areas
- Pool surrounds
- Shopping centres
- Outdoor public areas
- ‘No more slip-ups while going shopping’, The Timaru Herald, 3 September 2014.