Caution' Printed Safety Grip - Anti Slip Stair Tread Cleat - 150mm x 610mm

Caution' Printed Safety Grip - Anti Slip Stair Tread Cleat - 150mm x 610mm

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A safety grip anti slip cleat with 'Caution' preprinted to alert users. Many customers commonly want to make a hazardous area not only safe to foot traffic but also predominantly high light it as a risk area. 

 

Anti slip surface provides sure foot levels of grip in any situation, as an abrasive product it is not easily clogged by dirt, dust or other contaminants

Durable

Description

How to Use

Surface Preparation
Apply to clean, smooth, dry surfaces such as painted or varnished wood, concrete, metal, tiles, and Terrazzo. Apply direct to smooth, hard concrete; dusty concrete will require a primer.

Priming
Smooth, non porous, dust free surfaces do not require priming. To improve adhesion on weak, dusty surfaces, apply a coat of Safety Tape Primer.

Application
If appearance is critical we recommend the application of a small trial area first.

Avoid application at temperatures below 10℃. Low temperatures can reduce adhesion. On steps and nosings, apply the product approximately 10mm in from the edge to prevent premature wear and edge curl. Peel back the backing strip approximately 50mm to reveal the adhesive layer. Avoid removing too much of the backing strip, but slowly keep peeling it back whilst firming the product into place. Firming down by hand or foot pressure is generally sufficient.

Adhesion
Although the product can be walked on virtually straight away, the adhesive can take 24 hours to set fully. Immediately after placing the item onto the substrate, it can be peeled off reasonably easily. Please allow the adhesive to set if using in heavily trafficked or hazardous areas.

Technical Spec

Size Width: 610mm, Depth: 150mm
Appearance Yellow with 'Caution' in black
Primer required Safety tape edge sealer or safety tape primer is advised with application onto an external porous surface
Interior/exterior usage Suitable for interior or exterior surfaces
Surfaces Concrete, wood, stone etc

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