We often get asked what types of flooring need anti-slip floor treatments. And there are quite a few ways to answer this. In order to improve the safety of public access areas, there are multiple floor types to which treatments can be applied.
Anti-slip treatments can be effectively used on flooring such as:
Tiles – ceramic, vitrified, porcelain, mosaic or quarry tiles
Stone – such as marble, granite, limestone, and travertine
There is a lot of speculation when it comes to Anti-Slip Treatments. Being a relatively new concept, it is understandable for people to get nervous. In a nutshell, anti-slip treatments are effectively chemical treatments that change the surface of an unsealed tile on a semi-permanent basis. In layman’s terms, it is the same as the grooves or channels on your tiles that help you drive in wet weather. If you had smooth tires you would aquaplane. The same goes for an untreated floor.
If you want to see what kind of work we have done for customers throughout North America, click here. We have an international network of operators that are trained and equipped to apply our Anti-Slip Tape or Non-Slip Coatings to any surface.
We are specialists in the manufacture of Anti-Slip & Non-Slip Coatings. Our work inspires. We pride ourselves on delivering outstanding quality at affordable prices for leading clients across the world.
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