You may have heard of anti-slip floor paint being mentioned elsewhere on our blog, or even used it without really knowing what it is. Anti-slip floor paint is an incredibly useful product that can be used on interiors and exteriors. Anti-Slip floor paint can be used on many surfaces too, wood, metal, concrete and asphalt.
Paint like this is perfect for busy environments such as walkways, ramps and kitchens. Anywhere you come in regular contact with slippery fluids and objects. It is important to ensure all employees, visitors and members of the public are kept as safe as possible in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. Read on to find out how anti-slip floor paint works.
Interior Anti-Slip Paint
If you are working on an interior project, you want to use a product like 502 HD Anti Slip Coating. It’s even available in a range of colours. The coating is solvent-free and a high-build epoxy resin system. Its design makes it perfect for use on concrete, metal and wood surfaces that need to be slip resistant.
So how does it work? It works by providing you with a heavily textured finish. It leaves a finish with a hard wearing aluminium oxide anti-slip aggregate. The aggregate is dispersed when you apply the paint for maximum grip. It means it can stand up to busy workrooms and high-traffic environments. It’s even strong enough to withstand forklift trucks and chemicals!
Exterior Anti-Slip Paint
For exterior surfaces such as asphalt, concrete, block paving and some wooden floors, you’re going to need a different product for the job. 507 Anti-Slip Traffic Paint comes in a variety of colours just like the interior paint. Now for the science bit – it’s a fast-drying anti-slip paint that is based on a specially modified chlorinated rubber system! 507 Anti-Slip Traffic Paint also contains high-quality triclinic mineral aggregate. It’s coloured with chemical and weather resistant pigments to make it perfect for exteriors.
Another bonus, it can be used on interior surfaces too. This kind of paint is ideal for exterior surfaces such as car parks, walkways and cycle paths.
Are you ready to slip-proof your surfaces? If you have any questions, don’t forget to speak to our experts.