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Swiss GriP Non-Slip Stair Nosing Coating

Swiss GriP Non-Slip Stair Nosing Coating

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P4/P5 slip rating

Certified by CSIRO in accordance to AS 4586:2013

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Available in Black, Yellow and white. Other colours available upon request

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Swiss Made

Proudly made in Switzerland. Exceptional adhesion and durability

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Easy to Install

Easy to apply by roller or brush

Swiss GriP Non-Slip Stair Nosing Coating

The health and safety of visitors, guests and staff is a key priority in commercial and industrial settings. However, slips and trips are a major cause of injury and often happen on stairs, steps and ramps because. To prevent slips and trips, Swiss GriP is the leading solution to create non-slip stair nosing. Due to the excellent adhesion, it can be applied to a wide range of surfaces.

  • Certified by CSIRO –  Achieves P4 or P5 slip-rating in accordance to AS 4586-2013
  • Durable – Outperforms stair nosing strips*
  • UV-resistant – Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications
  • Easy to apply – Simple roll- or brush-on application
  • Active adhesion – For a wide range of surface types
Swiss GriP Non-Slip Stair Nosing Coating

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Floor Demarcation Colour Reference for the Workplace

The Swiss GriP Non-Slip Stair Nosing Coating can also be used as demarcation coatings in the workplace. Below you can find which colours are used for which areas, in compliance to the Australian Safety Standards.

Yellow: Proceed with caution. Yellow is used for aisles and walkways. Moreover, it warns to be alert for vehicles and forklifts.

Black/Yellow: Health hazard. Proceed with extra caution. This combination is used to mark areas where hazardous chemicals are stored.

White: Production is ongoing in this area.

Red: Signalling danger. Red is used to alert people or vehicles that they need to stop.

Green: Safe area. Can be used for a first aid point or a safe walkway.

Blue: Commonly used for information points.

Orange: Warning indicator for vehicles.

Red/White: These areas need to be kept clear of obstruction in case of emergency.

Swiss GriP Demarcation References

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