antislip

antislip

(ˌæntɪˈslɪp)
adj
designed to prevent slipping or to remain stationary
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These additives are mainly used in lacquers and printing inks, and are designed to provide excellent abrasion resistance, slip, antislip, mar and scuff resistance, anti-blocking, water repellency, wet rub resistance, matting and gloss, depending upon the application.
Dual handrails, tactile paving and antislip surfaces will also make the stations more accessible for people with disabilities.
Plus, it is designed with antislip foot pads so the chair stays in place.
2963 Vigil Antislip LLC 29312 Virginia Tech- Mining & Minerals Department L44 Virginia Transformer Corp.
Boasting a host of technological aids, which include electronic stabilising and differential lock on all four wheels, along with antislip regulation for when conditions get desperate, it boldly goes where few would even contemplate to venture.
in the first quarter of 2016, where it will make a broad range of additives for packaging, agricultural films, and construction uses, ranging from antifog, antislip, and antistat to antioxidants, UV stabilizers, and flame retardants, as well as a range of color and additive masterbatches.
He said, the hot rolled sheet with an antislip surface and a diamond or teardrop pattern was typically used for stairs, industrial floors and tailboards for goods vehicles.
BYK, meanwhile, has commercialized some, and is developing more, additives that provide anti-dirt pickup, self-cleaning, or easy-to-clean properties as well as characteristics such as antifingerprint, antigraffiti, antislip, and antistatic performance, according to Lassila.
A word of caution: Don't ever rely completely on an antislip device to protect you from a fall.
The largest sculptural theater, Ledge, occupied a gallery whose walls were curtained in light-blue athletic mesh, and whose floors were furbished with antislip rubber tiles.
This includes extra antislip measures, painting and water treatment.