For night safety, luminous tapes are the way to glow

16-12-2009

To prevent slip and fall accidents on stairways at night it is vital to provide effective safety products that can be seen in the dark. 

A required level of friction is also required between the sole of the shoe and the floor surface to prevent a person falling – especially when the surface is wet. 

Floorsafe International has a large range of self-adhesive anti-slip tapes at wholesale prices that will highlight the leading edges of steps as well as providing safety at the same time.

For safety at night Floorsafe offers a range of luminous glow-in-the dark safety tapes that are simple and easy to apply.

For normal day use a complete range of colours and sizes from 25mm-300mm are available from black, yellow, white, green, red, grey and black/yellow.

For polished timber or where the surface finished requires to be seen a clear non-abrasive tape or a heavy-duty anti-slip tape is very popular and available in 25mm and 50mm widths.

All rolls are 18.3m long and all colors and sizes are in stock for next-day delivery Australia wide.

Floorsafe International
Ph 1300 717 769
www.floorsafe.com.au

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