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Static Coefficient of Friction-Accepted Industry Standards

As adopted by Underwriters Laboratory (UL) and the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM):
Friction Level of Safety
.60 or above Very Safe
.50 to .59 Relatively Safe
.40 to .49 Dangerous
.35 to .39 Very Dangerous
.00 to .34 Unusually Dangerous
The Ceramic Tile Institute identifies tile in three categories:
Friction Category
.60 or above Slip Resistant
.50 to .59 Conditionally Slip Resistant
.40 to .49 Questionable

A static anti-slip coefficient of friction of .50 or above is considered a safe walkway surface with a dry condition. A reading below .50 is considered an unsafe walkway surface.
– (Source: The Slip and Fall Handbook, by S.I. Rosen, Hanrow Press)


S.C.O.F. Measurement

A simple and effective tool to test the coefficient of friction level of surfaces.

Are You Protected?

The Risk

Does your floor meet minimum OSHA/ADA nonslip standards? You have the legal obligation to your employees and customers to maintain your facility in a safe condition. Legal definition of negligence: Failure to use a reasonable amount of care when such failure results in injury or damage to another.

Slip Testing

Utilizing the same testing process as OSHA, our digital meter will read the static coefficient of friction (SCOF) of your floors. This process will determine if you comply with the Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA).


Our safety treatment is not a coating which can wear off, but actually changes the mineral surface of the flooring materials such as ceramic and porcelain tiles, marble, granite, concrete, and more. With Nano-Grip there will be no discernible difference in appearance and will actually raise the SCOF of your floor making it “safer wet than dry”.

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Call us for free consultation and measurement. We will bring you into compliance for pennies a foot with no change in floor appearance.
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