Antiskid High Friction Road Surface Treatment
Omnigrip high friction road surface treatment is a veneer overlay applied to asphalt and / or concrete roads and highways to improve surface friction. Subsequently resulting in decreased braking distances and threshold impact speeds in emergency situations. Antiskid Industries is the preferred specialist applicator of this highly successful road surface treatment, please contact us for further information.
Comprised of a thermosetting modified compound which exhibits plastoelastic properties the Omnigrip high friction road surface treatment is engineered to hold high PSV aggregate permanently in position. Moreover, so that it doesn’t become embedded or displaced under the heaviest of braking. Further more, this will ensure consistent high skid resistance and reduced braking distances over the design life of the system.
Upon curing, the Omnigrip high friction road surface treatment is resistant to all road contamination, for example, oil, petrol and de-icing salts with excellent adhesion to asphalt and concrete surfaces.
Antiskid Omnigrip HF surfacing is an established, proven process for saving lives by ensuring the highest level of skid resistance onto any road surfaces.
Antiskid is a specialist company for installing Omnigrip high friction road surface treatment and is the preferred installer with its well trained operators and its own specialist plant and equipment.
- Hi Friction # SRV > 70
- Increased Surface Texture
- Up to 33% Reduction in Vehicle Braking Distances
- Reduced Threshold Braking Speeds
- Fuel & Oil Resistant
- Accident Reduction
- Concrete / Asphalt Surface
The application consists of calcined bauxite aggregate held by a specialised epoxy-modified resin binder to ensure high-tyre forces can't remove the aggregate.
The Omnigrip high friction road surface treatment is laid over an existing sound substrate. However, prior to the surface treatment the surface is thoroughly cleaned of all grime and oils to maximise adhesion.
Once the resin is applied followed by the calcined bauxite, the surface is then left to cure for approximately 4 hours. Following that, and once brushed clean the surface is then trafficable for normal use.
- School and Pedestrian Crossings
- Intersections and Roundabouts
- Tight Radius Corners and Slip Lanes
- Steep Inclines / Declines
- Black Spot Locations