Anti slip paint India

anti slip paint on a walkway

Increase safety with anti slip paint

Anti slip paint is a floor coating system which provides a rougher surface on usually slippery substrates.  Most accidents that happen at work or at home are caused by slipping or falling. Problem areas include steps, bathrooms, hallways and sometimes areas in the work environment.  If an employee slips at work not only might they be seriously injured, the employee is not able to work for a while and health care costs can run up quickly. The roughness created by the anti slip paint, provides more grip and so reduces incidents caused by slipping and tripping.

Anti slip coatings are the most common in public places and working environments, yet they are also becoming more and more popular in residential buildings.

3 ways to create an anti slip surface

  1. 1 component paint that contains anti slip particles
  2. 2 component system where anti slip particles are added just before application
  3. Regular floor paint where non skid particles are spread on right after application 

Anti-slip paint to make the work- or home environment more safe

Safety is the main reason to make use of an anti slip paint. The coating is effective on slippery substrates, such as, metal, concrete and wood. The anti slip paint is suitable for, for example;

  • Ship and boat decks
  • Swimming pools & gyms
  • Galleries, balconies & bridges
  • Factory floors, garages and workshops
  • Steps and stairways
  • Offshore platforms
  • Kitchens and bathrooms

Non skid paint for concrete floors and walkways

non slip paint on concrete stone stairs

Stairs with safety increasing anti slip paint.

The aforementioned anti slip coating types are all suitable for concrete. However, there is also a special anti slip paint suitable only for concrete: it is a treatment that roughens the concrete surface by forming tiny pores on it.

All the anti slip products can be used on concrete floors, walkways and stairs. Be however sure to control the suitability of the product prior to application.

Factors that may lead to failure of system include:

  • Interior paint used outside
  • Low traffic area paint applied in high traffic areas

Non skid coating for wood decking and bridges

Making a wooden surface anti slip often differs from treating concrete; wood is a naturally beautiful material and often the looks are wished to be retained. Therefore, a transparent anti slip coating is the most common on wood. This can either be an oil, paint or lacquer.

Anti slip paint – Alternatives

Sometimes a solution  other than anti slip paint may be more convenient. This is the case especially when only small area requires coating or when extreme vehicle or foot traffic is expected.

Here are several options that also create a non skid surface:

  • Anti slip tape for stairs, walkways and pedestrian routes
  • Non slip strips for steep roads, sloaps and bridges
  • Non skid mats for temporary use on floors
  • Anti skid sprays for small surfaces such as bathtubs and showers

Anti-slip coating companies in India

Czar Lab Pvt. Ltd 203, Pentagon Towers, Mosque Road, Frazer Town, Bangaluru – 560 005, India
Dhanalakshmi EnterprisesNo 42, Kandappa Achari st. Purasawalkam, Chennai 600007, India
Gold Start Sports Pvt. Ltd. 65/2, First Floor, Third Main Road, Ranganathapura, Kamakshipalya Bangalore 560079, India
Nav Nirman Con Specialities Pvt. Ltd. A-102, Om Recideny, B/H Skilalekh Complex, Palanpur Jakatnaka, Surat 395009, Gujurat, India
Rhylon Anti Slip Solutions 18-460. Malkajgiri Near SBH Bank, Hyderabad – 500047, India


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