Halo Anti slip coating gains traction in wet weather exceeding code requirements in a wet pendulum test. Concrete Coat also exceeds static coefficient requirements.
The wet weather turns thoughts to the dangers of slipping
The wet weather is one reason why Halo Anti-slip gains traction. When it is dry, Halo Concrete Coat, although it looks shiny (particularly if you have chosen the gloss finish), is actually not slippery at all. It has quite a grip to it and when dry meets US and NZ static coefficient standards. It feels much safer to walk on than some shiny tiles. Download the Concrete Coat report here.
But, when it’s wet it is Halo Anti-slip that gains traction – with the double meaning of walking on a substrate and gathering momentum. Halo passed the NZ wet pendulum test with flying colours gaining a .59 result against a building code requirement of .4. Download the Anti-slip Coat report here.
Halo Anti-slip gains traction with tiles and beautiful stone as well as concrete
Although Halo Anti slip coating is based on the formulation for Concrete Coat it can be applied to tiles and marble, man-made composites and much more. So now it is possible to have the beauty of concrete or stone or tile floors and know that they are safe and secure. And you hardly know it’s there.
Halo Anti slip Coating gains traction in wet weather
And we’ve had a bit of that in little old NZ in the last few days. Wild wet stormy weather has brought down trees, made yachts slip their moorings and has meant many people have been without electricity. It was extremely frustrating at the workshop on Wednesday as we couldn’t do anything without electricity – no compressor, nor power tools until about 3pm. But we are not complaining. Many households were without electricity overnight – no showers, no hot cups of tea, and no electric blankets. Much much worse.
Contact us for more information on how Halo Anti slip Coating can make your floor safe.