The construction company presented SlipNOT® Metal Safety Flooring with a detailed drawing of the material needed to retrofit / cover the slippery area at the University of Texas at San Antonio. The drawing called for galvanized steel custom cut to 26-3/4” x 138” x 1/4” with (24) 1/4” countersunk holes for installation to the existing concrete.
Countersunk holes are just one of many mounting options that can be offered with SlipNOT® material. This is the ideal and easiest way to install slip resistant metal flooring products to concrete. The only requirements for this method of installation is pre-drilling the concrete and attaching the plate in place with flathead screws. SlipNOT® material can also be welded in place whether it is tack welding, seam welding or plug hole welding.
The SlipNOT® galvanized steel slip resistant cover plate was chosen not only because it is a file hard, long lasting non-slip product, it will also easily maintain its slip resistance in all weather and pedestrian traffic extremes.