Non Abrasive Anti Slip Tape used on Door Kick PlatesHeskins non abrasive range of anti slip tapes are extremely versatile. Though primarily used as safety flooring in areas that are exposed to moisture, need to be kind to bare skin and clothing, or both. Non abrasive anti slip also lends its application to other areas other than just floors. The material can be used as a grip aid and protective surface for other areas. The latest discovery is by applying it to door kick plates.
Door Kick PlatesIn most commercial venues, you will see that doors have metal plates fixed to the lower part of them, on the side from which it is pushed. These door protection kick plates are applied to prevent the doors themselves from accumulating a lot of scuffs and damage. This is because many commercial building doors tend to be opened by feet, or even hand trucks. Even with door protection kick plates applied, over time these will also require replacement due to the abuse they are subjected to. These door kick plates tend to be a low energy surface also, so will not grip too well. This makes opening doors difficult, potentially causing an accident or injury.
Heskins Non Abrasive on Door Kick Plates
Heskins can assist with this problem, by providing a solution in the shape of non abrasive anti slip tape die cuts. Whether it is aqua safe, resilient, coarse resilient, cushion grip or any of Heskins non abrasive. By cleaning the door kick plate, and then applying Heskins non abrasive on top, not only are you protecting the surface underneath, but you are increasing grip for someone unable to use their hands to open the door, making it much easier and safer. Heskins offer many die cut sizes of non abrasive anti slip tape to choose from. Dependent on order quantity, Heskins can even produce custom sizes at your request. For more information on Heskins non abrasive anti slip tape, for use as door protection kick plates, or any other application, you can visit the website, or contact the sales team by phone, email, live chat or the contact us form.
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