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Unique Process Creates Anti-Slip Floor

The W.S. Molnar Co., using a patented process, manufactures an anti-slip safety plate that is not a coated-on grit surface. A grit-free super alloy metal surface is applied (molten) to a metallic plate surface, resulting in a Martenistic (hard alloy) product with a hardness of up to 62 on the Rockwell "C" Scale. The patented application matrix reportedly retains its high traction properties even after heavy use. It exceeds OSHA/UL recommended and proposed standards for "slip resistance" in dry, wet or oily conditions, and is UL-approved and USDA/FDA accepted. It is fireproof, toxic fume free, and easily galvanized. It is intended for all plant and marine applications.

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