FIBREGLASS ANTI SLIP STAIR TREAD COVERS WITH YELLOW NOSINGS
Heavy Duty Anti Slip Stair Tread Covers, High Visability Yellow Nosings. All Fixings Supplied & Easily Fitted.
Anti Slip Stair Tread Covers
Dura Tread pre-formed anti-slip stair tread covers are a fast and convenient way to provide solid, slip-resistant footing for existing stairs. They can be installed over existing wood, concrete or metal steps by glueing, screwing or bolting into position for immediate use. Standard nosing for these covers is a highly visible yellow.
GRP Stair Tread Covers For Slippery Steps, Anti Slipwith Yellow Nosings. Order Now, Ex Stock.
Fibreglass Stair Tread Covers
The proven gritted, maximum anti-slip Fibreglass Stair Tread Covers surface has one of the highest degrees of slip resistance ever measured for a walking surface, especially in wet and oily work areas.
All our new Dura Tread Fibreglass Stair Tread Covers are designed and engineered to provide an effective solution to the problems associated with Slippery Steps.
Anti Slip Step Covers For Slippery Steps, Anti Slip With Yellow Nosings. Covers For Existing Stairs.
GRP Step Covers
The high quality GRP Step Covers are manufactured from a corrosion resistant Isophthalic Polyester resin, with an extremely hardwearing Silicon Carbide gritted Non-Slip top surface, and are designed for both interior & exterior applications.
The High Visibility Yellow nosing highlights the leading edge of the step, and the low profile characteristics of the Tread Cover allow it to be fitted to new or existing, Metal, Concrete, or Timber steps only increasing the overall step height by 4.8mm.
For directions on installation please see our Installation Guide.
- Covers Existing Stairs
- Covers Wood, Concrete, Metal
- High Footfall Areas
- Commercial Use
- Anti-Slip Surface
- High Visibility Nosing
- Chemical Resistant
- Fast Installation
- 4.8mm and 6mm Thickness
- Length up to 3660mm
- Depth up to 345mm
- Tread sizes cut to suit
British Standard Test Results
The B.S. 4592 test was devised to test and assess the slip resistance of industrial type flooring intended for use in water and wet areas. A co-efficient of friction (CoF) is calculated by determining the mean angle of inclination that an operator can safely maintain when the flooring is subjected to a continuous stream of water.