Tag Archives: anti-slip

GripClad was the right investment for Boston West Golf & Appletree Country Park

At Boston West Golf and Appletree Country Park, they are proud to endorse GripClad and are the first, in the Away Resorts group of 27 holiday parks, to own a golf course, with more to hopefully follow in the future. Their Head Greenkeeper, Ian Robins, recommended they use GripClad. He said: “I have been greenkeeping […]

GripClad was the Perfect Solution for Billingham Golf Club

Set amongst picturesque Parklands, the Billingham Golf Club course is positioned in over 160 acres in the Northeast of England offering great access from the adjacent A19 and nearby A1. The course was originally designed and built in the 60s with a signature hole playing across a pond, some undulating hills with varying ground levels […]

The Spaghetti Mat…the Perfect Solution to Uneven Ground

Let us introduce you to our most recent product to join the GripClad family – the spaghetti mat! Versatile and reusable, these bold mats work hard to highlight uneven ground and to offer support and cushioning underfoot.  The spaghetti mats are the perfect solution for construction companies, housebuilders, RC framework companies and installers, groundworkers and […]

A STILE OF SAFETY

A few months ago, we touched on the subject of slippery boardwalks and the perils of using chicken wire mesh as a method of slip resistance when it’s a hazard in itself. As well as boardwalks, countryside stiles also have their problems. These get slimy with a build-up of algae and moss and are extremely […]

The perils of chicken wire

Chicken wire mesh is ideal for chicken enclosures and rabbit runs, but we wonder why it is still being used as a slip resistant measure when it’s a hazard in itself. Many local authorities, country parks, forestry and environment management and maintenance tend to use it because it’s cheap and quick way (they believe) to […]

Don’t let your slippery steps become an injury claim

Steps around the golf course are often a nice feature making the course both more aesthetically pleasing and more accessible. However, wooden stairs develop a slimy slippery coating outside thanks to rain, algae and moss. They can often become hazardous and increase the risk of the most common cause of major injuries… slips, trips and […]