Government and commercial industry involved in research, development, production, and service of military material, equipment and facilities contribute to homeland security. In the military every second counts, and sure footing is critical to the well being of our service men and women. During emergency situations, traction is crucial on working / walking surfaces. Regardless of hazardous conditions, SlipNOT® remains completely slip resistant, even when submerged in water or oil.
SlipNOT® can even be used in government applications where fiberglass is restricted, such as accommodation areas, access/escape locations for firefighters and on cargo tank hatch covers. SlipNOT® structural applications for the military include aluminum decks, access platforms, stair treads & covers, helicopter pads, engine room decks, tooling service areas, ladder rungs & covers and many more.
Examples of military service branches that utilized and approved SlipNOT®:
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Additional SlipNOT® products used by the military industry:
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Long Island, New York
The New York Fire Department recently renovated a three story fire station in downtown New York City. The focus of the renovations was to make the facility as efficient and as safe as possible to allow firefighters and other personnel the ability to quickly respond to emergencies. To ensure this, a slip resistant flooring solution was needed for the fire station to provide firefighters with traction when moving quickly while snow, water and other elements are on the floor.
Alameda Naval Station was one of the largest naval air bases in the country. The high traffic air base was utilized by thousands of sailors and aircrafts and required a slip resistant surface installed on slippery tarmacs to ensure the safety of workers completing vital maintenance on jets. The slip resistant solution needed to be able to withstand heavy traffic from jets while keeping workers safe.