Slip me, slip me not
SlipNot far exceeds all OSHA requirements and is double UL's standards for slip resistance. It's hard (62 R(subc)) surface and high-bond strength of 4400 psi ensures long life and durability.
SlipNot far exceeds all OSHA requirements and is double UL's standards for slip resistance. It's hard (62 R(subc)) surface and high-bond strength of 4400 psi ensures long life and durability. The new technology allows the surface to replenish its slip resistant characteristics as it slowly wears.
W. S. Molnar Co.
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