Slip Testing Results  

Following the guidelines presented by the UK slip resistance group, SureGRP anti slip surface was tested by an independent test house and was found to comply with current British Standards as an “enhanced non slip material” on a flat or sloping surface and in both wet and dry conditions.

Slip Testing

Slip resistance testing is a significant component in the avoidance of accidents, but it is also one of the most complex attributes of flooring in buildings to assess.

Pendulum Slip Testing

The slip resistance testing was carried out using a TRRL Pendulum tester and followed the method described in “The assessment of floor slip resistance” The UK Slip Resistance Group Guidelines (UKSRG) Issue 3 2005(1). The test was carried out in both a wet and dry (as found) condition using the Four “S” / Standard pedestrian hard rubber.

SureGRP Slip Test Results

Material

Mean PTV – wet (CoF)

Mean PTV – dry (CoF)

SureGRP Anti Slip Surface

68

78

SureGRP Anti Surface after accelerated wear test

51

67

Key

Potential for Slip

High

Moderate

Low

SureGRP Anti Slip Surface

0-24

25-35

36+

 

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