Slip Rated Surfaces
When seeking solutions to improve the safety of your home or business, you’ll want high quality slip rated surfaces. As the leader in innovative, long lasting flooring solutions, Rhino Linings is your one-stop source for treatments to improve the slip resistance of flooring surfaces. We offer full service solutions to ensure you achieve the look you’re after while enhancing the durability of the surface. Now that you’ve found Rhino Linings, you’ve got access to premium slip rated surfaces along with a full collection of other flooring solutions. Read more about the importance of slip resistance for commercial and domestic settings.
Maintain a Safe Environment With Rhino Linings
Slip resistance in Australia is measured in accordance with AS4586 (new surfaces) and AS4663 (existing surfaces). These tests will measure both dry slip resistance and wet slip resistance in order to test the surface in all conditions. Slip and fall accidents can create legal issues for businesses as well as injury to those involved. Whether dealing with the flooring in your home or business, you’ll want to make safety a top priority by choosing high quality slip rated surfaces. These surfaces have undergone testing to ensure they are able to maintain slip resistance in both wet and dry conditions.
Where Might You Need Slip Resistant Flooring?
All flooring needs to be safe. Only certain settings will require slip resistant treatments to ensure safety is always maintained. Some examples of areas that are likely to require slip rated surfaces are:
- Public Restrooms
- Commercial Kitchen
- Shopping Mall
- Residential Kitchen
If you believe you should consider non-slip flooring, the Rhino Linings team can assist in assessing the area and determining the best course of action. For assistance with premium slip rated surfaces, contact Rhino Flooring specialists on 1300 88 77 80.
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