Marley Eternit Antislip Plus® was developed specifically to provide slip resistant exterior surface
Antislip Plus® timber decking boards have been specifically designed to provide a durable and effective external antislip surface to minimise any risk of slipping – even in adverse weather conditions.
Antislip Plus® can be supplied in both smooth or castellated profile. For all applications Marley Eternit recommend a smooth profile however the castellated profile is available when a traditional timber decking ‘look’ is required.
Antislip Plus® uses a unique formula of grey resin based aggregate inserts which are injected into the deck board grooves. If smooth boards are required, grooves are specially machined into the boards to receive the inserts.
Marley Eternit recommends the use of Antislip Plus® for all decking areas where there is public access or where there is an anticipated high level of pedestrian traffic.
For most uses two non slip inserts are appropriate, however there are instances where three inserts could be used, for example on a public walkway which crosses water. Other applications also include bridges, boardwalks, cycle and foot paths.
Antislip Plus® Colour
Pale Green, almost clear fading to a warm Honey colour before eventually turning Silver Grey.
Marley Eternit Antislip Plus® Coverage
- 125mm widths: 8m per m²
- 150mm widths: 6.7m per m²
Marley Eternit Antislip Plus® Grading
C16 and C24 available
Marley Eternit Antislip Plus® Available Treatment
- MicroPro UC3
- Naturewood UC4 and Highway Sector Scheme 4
- Marley Eternit Classic pigment
- Fire Retardant
Marley Eternit Antislip Plus® Installation
Marley Eternit recommends following the Timber Decking and Cladding association guidelines. The best practice guides can be found here.
Antislip Plus® Field cuts
All field cuts must be painted/ coated with a cut end preservative.
Common applications for Antislip Plus®
- Bridalways & Cyclepaths
- Rural footpaths
- Marine environments
Ideally used for
- High slip risk areas
- Stairs & ramps
- Conservation areas
- Enhancing environmental credentials
- High level of pedestrian traffic