Make slippery surfaces safer for pedestrians
TreadRite is available in bulk quantities for large surface areas applications and is the ideal product to reduce slip hazards on a variety of surfaces. The slip resistant formulation complies with Australian and New Zealand standards for slip resistance and has a wide range of industrial and residential applications.
- Creates a durable, slip resistant surface
- Is UV stable and ideal for interior and exterior use
- Industrial applications around machinery, entrances and exits and stairs
- For use on untreated timber, concrete, primed metal, clay and brick pavers
- Is resistant to cracking, peeling and exposure to petrol, oil and mild chemicals
The TreadRite range of slip resistant coatings can be used in factories, workshops, warehouses, offices and around the home.
- Factories and workshops
- Warehouse and office
- Warehouse and factory floors
- Public facilities (universities, schools, hospitals)
- Available in 1LT and 4LT pails, and 10LT drums.
- Toluene Free
- Lead Free
- Compliant with AS 4586:2013 for slip resistance (classification P5) of new pedestrian surface materials
- Coverage is approximately 3-6m² per litre for Safety Yellow
- Coverage is approximately 5-10m² per litre for Clear and Black
Preparation: Clean surfaces of all dirt, grease, oil, salt and chemical contaminants. Remove any loose or flaky paint. Smooth, hard or glossy surfaces should be sanded to create a surface profile. When removing mould and mildew you must use a domestic bleach cleaner, soak clean, scrub and allow surface to dry.
Application: Stir thoroughly with a flat stirrer before and frequently during use. Use of a good quality brush or roller is recommended to achieve the best finish. Roller should have a nap length of 5mm to 13mm. Adequate ventilation must be maintained during application and drying.
Handy Tip: For best results on concrete all concrete surfaces should be etched. New concrete surfaces should be cured for 4-6 weeks. For high porous surfaces apply one coat of an appropriate sealer.
Handy Tip: For best results all metal surfaces must be primed with a suitable primer.