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Belzona® Makes Ramp Safe



Local Authorities & Municipalities (LOMU)



Floor Problem Areas (FPA)


Customer Location:

Local Authority, Derbyshire, UK


Application Date:



Application Situation:

A long steel chequerplate access walkway located alongside the community college allowing access to two buildings.



The chequerplate had become polished and slippery expecially when wet.



Belzona® 1821 (Fluid Metal)  



Steel chequerplate.


Application Method:

Application was carried out in accordance with Belzona Know-How System Leaflet FPA-8. After preparing the substrate and masking the chevron pattern on the surface the Belzona® 1821 was applied and aggregate tamped into the surface before removing the masking and allowing system to cure overnight. 


Belzona Facts:

Even though chequerplate is known to have a pattern across its surface this had become polished and had become very slippery expecially when wet. The Belzona® 1821 grip system applied along the surface of the chequerplate provided added positive grip and safety for pedestrians.


Photographs Description

  1. Long chequerplate walkway before application
  2. Chequerplate showing preparation and correct masking to provide chevron pattern
  3. Application by brush with immediate removal of masking tape
  4. Finished job
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