Wood Ramp

Stone Grip nonslip wood ramp Wooden ramps tend to require a little more maintenance than some of the alternative surfaces. Boards may need replacement, repainting or resealing to be protected from the elements. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has specific requirements in the construction of ramps, how steep a ramp must be width of the ramp, handrail design, etc. However, even ramps complying with the guidelines are dangerous if they are slippery. The incline, high traffic and susceptibility for contact with liquids, create a serious safety concern. So taking all of these risks into consideration it is extremely important to create as much traction as possible on these wooden ramps to prevent these slip and fall accidents.


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SlipDoctors™ Stone Grip

Tuff GripOur most aggressive traction improvement product. Tuff Grip can be used inside or outside to make any floor anti-skid. Popular uses are on loading ramps, roof top walkways, warehouse floors, garage floors, etc. It's a maximum grip coating that's environmentally and user friendly. Tuff Grip's flexibility is chip, scuff and impact resistant. To apply, roll on the coating with a textured roller, and a textured surface is created!
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