Why Hawk CFC’s Slip Resistant Methods are Different
To combat low levels of cleanbility with high levels of slip resistance, Hawk Concrete Floor Coatings implements multiple strategies to give you an anti slip coating that’s still easy to clean:
1) In some cases, we can use micro-friction additives with a lower surface profile, giving you the feel of a smooth surface whilst still achieving an R10 slip rating.
2) The effective use of top coats. While a highly slip resistant floor has large traction particles, the use of top coats can take away the sharpness and “catch”
3) Specifying the correct floor and slip rated surface: there’s no need for a R12/13 in every instance, get the right advice!
4) We can provide options for your cleaning techniques. A highly non-slip floor (R13), would normally grip oils and stains, making cleaning difficult. However, the durability of Hawks industrial coatings means you will be able to use cleaning equipment such as high pressure or rotary devices without damaging your floor.