- Water and UV Resistant
- For indoor and outdoor use
- Helps you meet statutory Health and Safety regulations
AT2000 is an aluminium oxide/silicon carbide abrasive grit bonded to a tough and durable PVC backing with a solvent based acrylic adhesive and paper release liner designed for the many different requirements of professionals and industries such as the building, electrical, entertainments, HEVAC, industrial, aerospace, shipbuilding and military. Ideal for use in most standard areas needing extra grip : machinery and vehicle footplates, stair nosing, steps, ladders, ramps, walkways, corridors and all other hazardous areas. AT2000 can be used indoor and outdoor on a variety of surfaces (dry, wet or oily) and provides a durable and reliable non-slip surface. Plus this anti-slip tape helps to meet Health and Safety regulations by immediately reducing the risk of slip accidents.
|Adhesive Type||Solvent based acrylic|
|Breaking Load||40 N/cm|
|Adhesion to Steel||4.0 N/cm|
|Service Temperature||-5°C to +50°C|
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