Florida Non Slip Services and Consulting offers a simple and inexpensive method for treating ALL (slippery) surfaces, reducing the likelihood of slip and fall accidents.
It is not a coating! We offer a new and safe solution that works at the micro-pore level to improve traction, making your slippery surfaces safer and there is no residue after treatment has been applied.
The process of using our services:
Discuss known issues with owner / management team. Conduct a walkthrough to determine and validate, through visualization, potential slip and fall hazards and risks. Any surface can be a potential slip and fall hazard.
Utilizing the ASM 825A Slip Meter, we test identified areas to determine the Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF). As noted prior, ADA Guidelines recommends a SCOF of 0.60 and higher. A typical floor falls between 0.25 – 0.50.
We increase the traction by producing a “micro-tread” on your slippery surface. Problem areas are treated using a proprietary three-step process, which results in an increased SCOF of 0.75 or more.
We will schedule two follow-ups in six month intervals (included in the service) to re-test treated areas to ensure proper traction remains.
Using our anti slip treatments, rated the best on the market today, will improve slip resistance of dangerous slippery floors and tiles at your facility. We deliver a complete service with a written warranty for added peace of mind. Call us to make an appointment to have your surfaces tested, or to receive a free quote.
Non-slip, anti-slip floor and ceramic tile treatments dramatically increase grip on slippery surfaces. This non-abrasive technique improves slip resistance, making dangerous slippery tiled floors safer!
After we treat your floor(s) we guarantee your organization will pass the Coefficient of Friction recommendations (see image to the right).
Slip and fall related injuries represent a high percentage of work and home accidents resulting in serious long-term disabilities and insurance difficulties. We test hazardous floors with the Tester Model #ASM 825A in order to make sure your floor is safe! Our non-slip floor test and anti-slip floor treatment helps to prevent dangerous and costly slip/fall accidents. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) recommends that a level walkway has a (SCOF) of 0.6 or higher in order to be considered safe. An inclined walkway or ramp, should have a (SCOF) of 0.8 or higher, to be considered safe.
This non-slip floor treatment is safe to surfaces and is applied quickly and conveniently without any major work disruptions to your business environment. We work in manageable sections to minimize disruption and, inform you beforehand so that there are no surprises. We can even work when the business is closed for extra convenience!
Anti-Slip Protection preventing slippery floors costs less than any slip and fall accident. This is a simple fact. Bad economic situations create a growing number of fraudulent slip and fall accidents. In the event that an accident occurs, and your floor is slip resistant and has a Static Coefficient of Fraction of over 0.60, then you have legal documentation that you did everything necessary to prevent slip and fall accidents.
Some Key Benefits of using our services:
Avoid Costly Litigation
Lower Insurance Premiums (contact your insurance provider)
Coeffecient of Friction Measurement, Reporting & Monitoring
Industry Leading Warranty
Products Made in USA
Meet or Exceed ANSI B101.1 & B101.3 Standards
Professional Installation and Friendly Service
The products we use are trusted by many major Corporations and Organizations:
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Coefficient of friction, a term coined by Leonardo da Vinci, is defined as the amount of force required to move an object across a surface divided by the weight of the object.
Florida Non Slip Services and Consultants tests the Wet Static Coefficient of Friction using an ASM 825A Digital Tribometer. After our testing is completed, we will document our findings and submit a report for your files.
Our goal is to provide readings that exceed national recommendations.