Anti-slip tapes

WT-5420 with anti-slip surface pro, R12, adhesive permanently
The extra thin tape for barefoot areas, ideal for sanitary areas.
from 56,03 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
WT-5420 with anti-slip surface pro, R12, adhesive removable
The extra thin tape for barefoot areas, ideal for sanitary areas.
from 58,11 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
WT-5429 - Floor marking tape with anti-slip surface
The extra thin tape for high demands
from 86,45 EUR
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
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What are anti-slip tapes suitable for?

Anti-slip coverings / anti-slip tapes are self-adhesive, permanently durable, resistant and prevent slip and fall accidents. Suitable for anti-slip bonding and marking of roadways, work areas, warehouses, production rooms, stairs in indoor, outdoor and wet areas.

 

Anti-slip solutions in your company

In industry or laboratories, floors are usually made of tiles, PVC or other plastics. This creates the problem that the floor is slippery even when dry and thus poses a danger to your employees! According to the workplace directive (A1.5/1.2), floors must not pose any health hazards. Despite the fact that floors are likely to come into contact with water, grease, oil or dust, they must be safe to use. Prevent slip and fall accidents and discover our wide range of anti-slip tapes!

 

Slip classes according to DIN 16165 & ASR A1.5/1.2

According to ASR A1.5/1.2, appropriate protective measures must be taken to avoid slip hazards. Suitable floor coverings, e.g. coverings with a high slip resistance, are particularly suitable as protective measures. Floor coverings with the R9 rating group meet the lowest requirements and R13 the highest.

In Germany, slip resistance is regulated according to DIN 16165 (formerly DIN 51130). Slip resistance is measured on an inclined plane with a standardised shoe and lubricant. This is how the slip resistance classes R9 (lowest slip resistance) to R13 (highest slip resistance) are determined.

 

No slip class


no adhesion friction value
less than 6°
Areas where no slip-promoting substances get onto the floor and therefore there is no risk of slipping

Slip class 9


Low adhesion friction value
Slip-resistant up to slopes of 6° - 10°
e.g. stairs, entrance area 

Slip class 10


Normal adhesion
Slip-resistant up to slopes of 10° - 19°
e.g. sanitary rooms, wet storage rooms, coffee kitchens, garages

Slip class 11


Increased adhesion friction coefficient
Slip-resistant up to slopes of 19° - 27°
e.g. mechanical processing areas, workshops, vehicle maintenance, catering kitchens, traffic routes in outdoor areas

Slip class 12


Large adhesion friction coefficient
Slip-resistant up to slopes of 27° - 35°
e.g. production of greases/oils, rinsing rooms, waste water treatment plants

Slip class 13


Very high adhesion friction coefficient
Slip-resistant up to slopes greater than 35°
e.g. flow-through basins