Yellow Standard Duty Anti-Slip Stair Treads For Pedestrian Traffic Area
The new Stair Tread Cover is even stronger than the previous version, and is perfect for stairs with high footfall areas and worn steps.
Anti-slip gritted flooring is a manufactured product using an embedded anti slip grit to provide long term wear performance.
An ideal duty for wet, frosty and oily conditions, suitable for most applications, and will give many years of service under normal conditions.
These are the common ways to get up and down your home or office building. The platforms, staircases, steps, and fire escapes make it easy to move from one floor to another.
This is a heavy duty spray-on that is suitable for wet, frosty and oily conditions.
Pedestrian traffic is at its busiest during the day, when people are commuting from their homes or work to their destinations. During the night, pedestrians tend to use public transport and cycling instead of walking.
This is a fine grit that will work with both wet and oily conditions and can handle normal pedestrian traffic.
Fixing Anti-Slip Stair Treads We recommend a double fixing method for installing stair tread covers, consisting of a high strength bonding adhesive and mechanical fixing to each end.
Sikaflex adhesive sealant
Having used many different adhesives, we’d recommend Sikaflex for bonding our stair covers.
Sikaflex is ideal for bonding to any material you need to repair, such as concrete, wood, metal or steel.
Sika is known for quality and reliability. It has the best portfolio of problem-solving products, so it’s not surprising that Sika has been in the paint industry for many years.
You need to seal around the edge of the stair cover if the staircover is not attached to a wooden/metal/brick wall as this can cause water damage to the substrate. Water damage can cause the staircase to deteriorate over time.
The addition of Sikaflex, a highly-durable water soluble vinyl copolymer resin, will prevent the drumming noise that often results from the installation of the new substrate on an existing substrate.