What To Consider When Choosing Slip-Resistant Flooring
Choosing products with the correct level of slip resistance for your application is no easy task. For instance, a coating designed to withstand foot traffic is different than the coating needed to take on heavy traffic such as fork lift trucks. Choosing the right anti slip product is essential to minimize the risk of accidents and keep people safe. Sure-Foot provides a guide to our variety of anti-slip flooring solutions, and what you should consider when making your decision.
Grit-Coated Fiberglass Step Covers & Walkways
Sure-Foot Fiberglass Walkways far exceed slip resistance recommendations published by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Constructed with 0.125” thick fire retardant fiberglass (FRP) and coated with a proprietary blend of mineral abrasive epoxy grit, these step covers and walkways are ideal for installation on structurally sound ramps, inclines and walkways. They are designed to uphold their anti-slip qualities throughout their lifetime, and withstand the heavy foot traffic and harsh working conditions.
Non-Slip Vinyl and Rubber Stair Treads
An easy solution protect your employees and customers while reducing your liability risk is vinyl and rubber stair treads. Non-slip stair treads provide safe interior stair coverings in any building with pedestrian traffic. Both economical and attractive, our stair treads add safety, durability, lessen the impact of foot traffic and offer ease of cleaning on any stairway.
Non-Slip Industrial Flooring Tiles
Our line of Master Stop™ slip-resistant tiles provide maximum drainage, safe footing and comfort for your staff and guests. Sure-Foot offers two anti-slip safety mats, both designed with special non-slip and anti-fatigue properties – while also being resistant to industrial chemicals, water exposure and other potential hazards. To speak with one of our representative for assistance in choosing the right anti-slip flooring for your needs, give us a call at (440) 234-4446 or request an estimate today.