Silvagrip Metal Nonskid For Workboat Deck

Press Release
Friday, March 22, 2013
Photo: Silva Grip

Silvagrip offers a patent pending grip made of aluminum with ceramic or titanium abrasives and is said to exceed Navy Milspec MIL-PRF-24667C for non skid surface on Navy Ships.

Silvagrip was designed for skateboards but has become valued by Work Boats and the U.S. Navy. It is fabricated with technical alloys. These metals hold a matrix of sharp abrasives, including ceramics and titanium with a hardness just under diamonds. Silvagrip is ductile and capable of being shaped or bent, but at the same time giving you the strongest and hardest non skid wear surface.
Silvagrip is a surface engineered grip that offers:
•10 plus years expected life
•UV proof
•Oil and chemical resistant
•Corrosion proof
•Can be cleaned by scrubbing and/or pressure washing
•Resistant to wear
•Variable surface textures and profiles
•Apply and use at all temperatures
•Peel and stick

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