Epoxy Coated Nosing

Epoxy Coated Nosing Supply and Installation

Novaproducts’ Epoxy Coated Retardant Range stair tread is a superior anti-slip tread that is ideal for both internal and external applications. The product is supplied in standard 2.4-metre lengths with a 50 mm width. It has been tested to Australian standards with a slip rating of P5 which gives this product superior anti-slip and durability. Alley Cat P5 is stocked in Western Australia and has a quick turnaround. There are two standard colour options available, black and yellow. Other colours, as well as luminescent options, are available upon request.

Applications for both internal & external areas.

Advantages & Features

– Size: 50mm wide, 2400mm (cut to size available)long
– Stocked in WA (short lead times)
– Suitable for interior or exterior applications
– Tested to Australian Standards, P5 slip-rated


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The Australian Standards for stair nosings are outlined in AS 1428.1-2009 Design for Access and Mobility, which provides guidelines for the design and installation of stairways and associated components to ensure accessibility and safety for all users, including people with disabilities.

The path of travel should have nosings on the treads with a minimum depth of 50mm and a maximum depth of 75mm contrasting anti-slip strip. The nosing strip must have a contrast of at least 30% to the floor finish. The nosing strip is allowed to be set back up to 15mm from the front of the nosing.

There are several different types of stair nosing available in Australia, including aluminium, rubber, PVC, and stainless steel. Each type has its own unique features and benefits, and the choice of material will depend on the specific requirements of the project.

When choosing a stair nosing for your project, it is important to consider factors such as the material of the stairway, the level of traffic, and the aesthetic requirements of the space. It is also important to ensure that the nosing meets the relevant Australian standards for safety and durability.

Yes, slip resistance is an important factor to consider when choosing stair nosings for commercial settings. The nosing should provide adequate traction to prevent slips and falls, even when the stairs are wet or slippery.

Australian Standards

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