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Floor coverings in the manufacturing or research area are designed for a particularly long shelf life and easy cleaning. Often tiles, tiles or metal surfaces are used. Even when dry these floors can be slippery and should be equipped with special anti-slip coverings.
Easy to clean and resistant unfortunately does not automatically mean safe. Many industrial or laboratory floor coverings are made of tiles, tiles, PVC or other plastics. The problem: even when dry, there is often a risk of slipping.
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The DENIOS range offers non-slip coverings for bonding and painting. Which application is most appropriate must be decided on a case-by-case basis. Self-adhesive anti-slip coatings are the most common because they can be quickly and easily applied to the surface and cut to size. Stair steps or uneven surfaces are typical applications for these anti-slip coverings.
For large surfaces, for example in front of shelves or in certain zones, paintable anti-slip coverings are particularly suitable. Like commercial exterior paints, these are applied with a roller, harden and are directly accessible.
A clear advantage of both products: in most cases, the products also have an optical signal effect due to common signal colors (black-yellow, white-red, etc.) or fluorescent surfaces.