NevaSlip Introduces Virtually Undetectable Clear Acrylic Non-Slip Floor Coating

Author: NevaSlip
Dateline: Wed, 09 Dec 2009

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “LYNN, Mass. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- NevaSlip, a trusted and established anti-slip floor treatment company, recently introduced its clear non-slip acrylic coating with crystal clear polycarbonate aggregate to its professional floor treatment line. Paired with the company's microscopic etching surface process, NevaSlip can now make all types of floors slip-resistant without changing their appearance.”



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LYNN, Mass., Dec. 9 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- NevaSlip (www.nevaslip.com), a trusted and established anti-slip floor treatment company, recently introduced its clear non-slip acrylic coating with crystal clear polycarbonate aggregate to its professional floor treatment line. Paired with the company's microscopic etching surface process, NevaSlip can now make all types of floors slip-resistant without changing their appearance.

The company's new acrylic anti-slip floor treatment is virtually undetectable, with surfaces retaining an exceptionally durable, reflective, fade-resistant and non-yellowing high-gloss finish for up to three years before reapplication is advised. It is the first coating of its kind to ensure slip-resistant surfaces maintain the same visual appearance before and after treatment. The company highly recommends its new clear acrylic coating service for use on vinyl, VCT, glass, metal and painted concrete. Many customers also elect to use the new coating on glossy marble, granite, ceramic and porcelain tile surfaces in lieu of NevaSlip microscopic etching to retain optimal polish and sheen.

"We're excited to now offer a safe and proven alternative to our popular microscopic etching treatment," explains Stan Handman, Founder of NevaSlip Anti-Slip Floor Service. "As we continue to expand our product and service line, we remain committed to supporting our client's needs for safety, innovation and beauty."

Non-slip acrylic coating with crystal clear polycarbonate aggregate can be used on both indoor and outdoor surfaces, with slip resistance exceeding ASTM, OSHA and ADA requirements. The company guarantees all treated floors have a Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF) reading of 0.06 or greater, the minimum measurement required for horizontal surfaces by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

About NevaSlip:
Founded in 1989, NevaSlip provides anti-slip floor service guaranteed to ensure a Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF) reading of 0.06 or greater. This level ensures safety compliance with ADA, OSHA and most major insurance carrier regulations. Trusted by builders, architects, interior designers and businesses nationwide, NevaSlip, in most cases, does not compromise the design, color or sheen of the original floor material.

More information: www.nevaslip.com.

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