Non Slip Standard Duty Anti-Slip Stair Treads For Frosty And Oily Conditions
Non-Slip Stair Tread Covers are a quick and affordable solution to improving stair safety. They’re also very slip resistant.
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Anti-slip step covers improve your safety Our stair tread covers help improve your safety and make your stairs safer to walk on in wet or cold weather, plus our covers help protect your floors.
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Standard Duty for wet, frosty and oily conditions. This lens will work for most applications and will give you many years of service under normal conditions.
The same materials used for a variety of applications including pedestrian traffic, industrial applications, and public access stairs.
It is designed for wet, frosty and oily conditions and suitable for areas with high footfall.For outdoor areas that are less likely to get wet, like playgrounds, school grounds, parks or anywhere else in your garden that’s not subject to water damage.
Installing Anti-Slip Stair Treads
This double-fixing installation method consists of a high strength bonding adhesive to bond the rubber tread cover to the stairs and a mechanical fix to the ends to prevent the cover from coming loose.
It’s very important that stair coverings be bonded in place and not merely nailed or clipped into position. Using Sikaflex adhesive will ensure a long life for your product.
Sikaflex is suitable for bonding to concrete, wood, metal and steel.A reputation for quality and reliability is virtually unmatched, illustrated through a comprehensive portfolio of problem solving products that have been employed for many years in wide diversity of applications.
Sikaflex adhesive is also a sealant and will seal around the edges to stop water from getting in between the staircase cover and the subfloor. It won’t harm your wood or metal subfloor, but it can cause it to get wet and rot or rust.
Furthermore, you’ll need to use Sikaflex if you are going to walk over the concrete, or any other surface, where the sound would be annoying to people living below.