Welcome to our anti-slip resources page
Here you will find our anti-slip flooring resources. Here you will find a wealth of information about anti-slip flooring, GRP, and our other safety solutions.
Discover everything you need to know about GRP, its uses and properties.
What is GRP?
Unsure what GRP means? Discover what GRP stands for and why at GripClad, we use GRP for our gratings and other safety products.
The use of GRP is growing. As more and more industries discover the desirable properties of this material, its use of expanding. Get your questions about GRP answered right here.
GRP Clips & Fixings
Here you’ll find examples of our GRP grating clips and joinings.
Properties of GRP vs Steel
Ever felt confused about the difference between GRP and steel? Not sure what's the best choice for you? Find out about the properties and benefits of GRP.
GRP Advantages and Disadvantages
If you're unsure whether GRP is right for your application, discover more about the advantages and disadvantages of using GRP here.
Product Resistance Data
Our anti-slip products are chemical and fire resistant. This makes them ideal anti-slip solutions for industrial works and chemical facilities.
GRP Chemical Resistance Data
Our gratings can withstand a wide range of chemicals. You can review our GRP chemical resistance data here.
GRP Fire Resistance Data
GRP can resistant very high temperatures. To see if our GRP gratings meet your needs, take a look at our GRP fire resistance data.
Adhesives & Tape
As well as GRP gratings and stair nosings, we provide a huge range of anti-slip nosings, tape and pads. Here you'll find everything you need to know about our adhesive technology.
Adhesive is the most essential part of anti-slip tape and pads. Find out more about our adhesives and release agents.
Anti-Slip Tape & Pads Installation Guide
For the best results in durable, efficient and safe anti-slip tape, follow our specialist installation instructions.
Slip Resistance Testing & Standards
Understanding slip testing and slip risk data.
How to Test Floor Slipperiness
To make sure floor surfaces designed and created do not put people’s safety at risk, surfaces need to be tested.
Find out more about slip resistance testing.