One of the UK’s leading anti-slip flooring specialists, DeckSafe Solutions, has introduced DECKSAFE 500. Developed as a single-piece pultruded plank flooring, DECKSAFE 500 provides a solid floor featuring a reliable, gritted anti-slip surface. It will be launched at MAINTEC from March 5th to 7th and IWEX from April 16th to 18th –
DECKSAFE 500 is manufactured from high-grade glass reinforced plastic (GRP) to offer an impressive combination of strength, rigidity, low weight and ease of installation. This makes the new flooring ideal for numerous applications where non-slip surfaces are essential including mezzanine floors, walkways, pedestrian bridge decks, odour control covers, flood defence barriers and many others.
Supplied in 500mm wide, tongue and grooved lengths up to six metres, DECKSAFE 500 can be easily cut as required and simply sealed along the top and bottom of the groove with the application of a gap filling silicone adhesive to prevent water penetration. Significantly, this new plank flooring offers unrivalled resistance to corrosion, excellent strength to weight ratio plus maximum UV resistance. These qualities ensure that users will benefit from a product that offers reliable performance throughout an extended lifespan of at least 25 years.
DeckSafe’s general manager, Dave Hale, is very enthusiastic about DECKSAFE 500. He says, “Our new anti-slip flooring has to be seen to be believed. DECKSAFE 500 has been developed with the requirements of end users very much in mind. During preliminary trials, we received excellent feedback from a number of customers across a variety of workplaces. Alongside traditional flooring applications, early successes have included its use as a reliable, lightweight cover for tanks and trenches in the utilities industry. It may be early days for DECKSAFE 500 but, whatever the application, it already seems to tick all the boxes.”
DeckSafe will be showcasing the product at Maintec on March 5th to 7th (stand B19) and IWEX on April 16th to 18th (stand C70) – both shows are at the NEC in Birmingham.