antislip

antislip

(ˌæntɪˈslɪp)
adj
designed to prevent slipping or to remain stationary
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Safety features include an automatic power off, boil dry protection, built-in filter, cord storage and antislip base.
"They're very stable and have antislip rubber on the soles to make it easier for him to learn.
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.
"Our suites benefit from antislip under floor heating, dimmable mood lighting, interactive TV's playing fish and bird games, Chesterfield sofas, luxurious cushions, beds, a variety of toys, litter boxes and an amazing outdoor enclosure overlooking our valley with a sea view in the distance.
Semail, "Torque tracking strategy for antislip control in railway traction systems with common supplies", 39th IAS Annual Meeting Conf.
By comparing model tests of slope reinforcement by plants during the rainfall process with slope model tests of the plain soil under the same conditions, the present study establishes that the plant reinforcement slope model has a superior antislip ability.
Moreover, the horizontal antislip force of the three piles was approximately 378.28 kN (1070.16 kN - 691.88 kN = 378.28 kN), which is three times that of the single pile with one grouting (3 x 104.86 kN = 314.58 kN).
Dual handrails, tactile paving and antislip surfaces will also make the stations more accessible for people with disabilities.
Dogs were filmed walking on a treadmill or on an antislip floor in a position where the hind limbs could be clearly viewed.