Non Slip Flooring

Non Slip Flooring

John Lord manufactures and installs non-slip flooring for industrial and commercial environments that require safety under foot for pedestrian traffic and other factory traffic.

The exclusive non-slip resin flooring range and industrial, non-slip ceramic floor tiles are ideal for preventing slip hazards. The flooring range also helps to achieve the necessary safety requirements in both wet and dry conditions throughout the workplace.

The degree of slip resistance on every resin flooring system can be altered according to the specific requirements of the environment providing a bespoke service tailored to your specification and industry demands.

In processing environments where greasy food, oils and chemical are present with the potential of spillages, a high grade non-slip floor will be recommended.

A lower grade of non-slip floor would be ideal in dry processing and packaging environments where spillages are less hazardous but daily cleaning regimes will require safety under foot in wet conditions.

Measuring Slip Resistance
John Lord non slip floors are tested according to the UKSRG guidelines for their slip resistance. The URAGARD HT polyurethane resin floors in the John Lord flooring range have all resulted in a Low Slip Potential.

John Lord tests the slip resistance of their resin floors with the industry standard TRL Pendulum Test. This method measures the dynamic co-efficient of friction by passing a pendulum foot over the flooring surface. This system is endorsed by BSI for the British Standard (BS 8204).

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John L. Lord & Son Ltd

John L. Lord & Son Ltd

John L. Lord & Son Ltd is the UK's leading specialist commercial resin flooring company, based in the North West of England. John Lord manufactures and installs its own exclusive ranges of high-performance Resin Flooring systems and Industrial Tiling...
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