Benefits of AntiSlip Plus®
AntiSlip Plus® Decking uses a unique formula of grey resin-based aggregate inserts, which are injected into the deck board grooves.
For most uses two non-slip inserts are appropriate, but there are instances where three inserts should be used, such as on a public walkway that crosses water. Other applications also include footpaths.
Marley recommends the use of AntiSlip Plus® on decks with public access or where there is an anticipated high level of pedestrian traffic, including stairs and ramps.
AntiSlip Plus® has been independently tested by the Health and Safety Laboratory.
*To use a description of non-slip decking, it must achieve a minimum PTV of 36.
*Please ensure this product is suitable for the application by adhering to current Building Regulations, particularly in relation to balconies and follow the guidance set out in Approved Document B (Fire Safety) and 7 (Materials and Workmanship)
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The castellated AntiSlip Plus® timber deck board has a more traditionally grooved profile, creating a dynamic interplay between light and texture. A smooth profile is also available. Why not get a closer look by requesting your sample below.
Specifying for different sectors
Schools, nursery and playgrounds
AntiSlip Plus® decking can provide a safe and attractive outdoor space that is easy to maintain. We discuss some of the challenges in designing for outdoor play and teaching areas.
Pubs, restaurants and hotels
People love eating outdoors, especially when the weather is warm. Find out why AntiSlip Plus® in a smooth profile is a better option for creating attractive and easy to manage outdoor spaces.
Safety is everything, but so is accessibility. Decking should be slip-resistant and not create a hazard or a barrier for people in wheelchairs or those who are otherwise less able. Take a look at these specification considerations in more detail.
Boardwalks, bridges and cycle paths
Boardwalks are useful where you need to provide access to an area that may be difficult to reach, such as in rough terrain or marshland. For any boardwalk, bridge, or outdoor path the surface is critical in preventing slips, but the type of decking, its preservative treatment and construction are also very important considerations.
Timber decking resources
Our latest literature and guidance documents.