Anti Slip Additive/Reducers

Glass Grit

Description

Supplied in 2 kg bags or bulk containers on request, this grit is the most common slip-reducer used as it is applied to the consistency that is required for each project. Normally hand broad-casted onto the first coat of sealer while it is still wet and the second coat helps hold the grit in. A seed spreader is very good to use to spread the grit as it is easy to master for even application.

Packaging

2kg and 20kg

Technical

 Simply broadcast over the sealed surface while the first coat of sealer is still wet. Then apply another coat of sealer to hold in the grit.
 Very good slip resistance.
 Use aluminium oxide on dark coloured floors and glass grit on lighter coloured concrete floors

Use 1 kg per 25 m²

Downloads

Brochure

Non Slip

Test Report

test report anti slip

Slip Reducer

Description

When sealing concrete surfaces for foot or vehicle traffic it is important (recommended by OSH) that the finished surface has certain slip resistance when wet. Some Councils now also require a minimum 0.4 rating for sealed surfaces when wet.

Clear slip reducer is used with Permacolour Sealer. This is mixed into the sealer prior to application and is ideally suited for those that are not experienced in applying the nonslip grit products.

Packaging

240g packs

Technical

Mix 1 x 240g pack to 20lt sealer and mix well. Apply with a roller ensuring even distribution of the slip reducer.

Downloads

Brochure

Non Slip

Test Report

test report anti slip