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Solvent-free coatings create durable anti-slip surfaces

22 July 2020

To help reduce slips and falls in the workplace, Henkel has added two new products to its coatings range.

These new products are LOCTITE PC 6315 and LOCTITE PC 6262 and both create an anti-slip coating on concrete, asphalt, wood, ceramic, fibreglass and metal surfaces.

The solvent-free formulation of LOCTITE PC 6315 not only makes it suitable for use across industry but also in odour-sensitive environments such as wineries, food processing facilities, hospitals and other confined areas. It is an extremely durable product that can withstand heavy vehicular traffic.

This two-part, black, epoxy is fire retardant when cured and resistant to most acids, alkalis, solvents, grease, oil, saltwater, detergents, alcohol, petrol, jet fuels and hydraulic acids.  It is typically applied with a roller or trowel to create a textured surface.

LOCTITE PC 6261 is a single-part epoxy, primarily designed for application in areas of high pedestrian footfall or light rolling traffic. It is also fire-retardant when cured and resists petrol, oil, acids, alkalis and aliphatic solvents.  Available in safety yellow or grey, the product can be applied by roller to create a ridged profile or sprayed for a more uniform appearance. 

Typical applications for both products include concrete and steel ramps, walkways, locker rooms, loading bays, marine environments, machine shops, assembly areas and stairs. They are suitable for use in dry service temperatures from -29°C to +60°C.

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