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PROTECT WORKERS WITH NEW FLOORSAFE STAIR NOSINGS

27-02-2015
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For the past 28 years Floorsafe Australia’s safety products have helped to solve many safety issues.         

Floorsafe can source and find suitable cost effective safety products to deal with every issue, in compliance with new laws relating to stairway safety.

Affordability is always considered when choosing safety options. Floorsafe focuses on producing and providing quality and reliable solutions at an affordable cost.

Safety and long-term wear factor is now being considered more than ever before.

Rubber and like materials used for stair nosing inserts are slowly being replaced with carborundum inserts.

On external stairways where pedestrian safety becomes of paramount concern, carborundum offers the best grip and wear factor.

Floorsafe Australia has seen an 80 percent increase since they introduced and offered a fully coated carborundum insert in place of the usual PVC rubber serrated insert.  

For some time a high cost stair nosing product has been available that incorporates four or more carborundum strips rebated into several styles of aluminium profiles. It is an excellent product, but beyond most contractors’ budgets.

Floorsafe Australia, with its aluminium partners, now offer a range of affordable carborundum stair nosings that meet the requirements of the Australian standards and building code of Australia.

Neatly rebated hard-wearing carborundum strips are moulded into a high quality aluminium profile, which is also anodized for extra protection.

 

Floorsafe Australia

Ph: 1300 717 769

www.floorsafe.com.au

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