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Altro Crete 4mm slip-resistant (PTV ≥50)

For wet processing areas needing slip resistance with a textured finish, the 4mm slip-resistant (PTV ≥50) variant offers a multi-layer system which has a Pendulum Test Value of ≥50. This variant is more suitable for areas where there are contaminants other than water such as beverages, fruit juice and milk.


  Altro Crete
Variant 4mm slip-resistant (PTV ≥50)
Previously known as AltroGrip PU Excel
FeRFA Type 4
Nominal thickness 4mm
Guarantee years 10
Life expectancy years 15
Impact resistance Good
Wear characteristics Heavy duty
Slip resistance BS 7976 PTV ≥50
Service temperature -40 - 60°C
Chemical resistance Excellent
Cleaning method Scrubber dryer

In general, flooring will follow the profile of the underlying substrate. The surface profile may be reflected in thinner resin flooring types. This will affect the appearance and wear. (FeRFA types 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5)

Altro Crete variants will undergo cosmetic yellow discolouration when exposed to UV light sources. The effect will be most pronounced in pale colours and blue / grey shades.

Altro Crete has a complementary coving system available.

Please click here for the resin systems technical chart which gives information on all the ranges.

The samples we send are to demonstrate colour and finish only. and may not be the thickness noted above. If you require a specific sample, please contact us.


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Typical applications

For heavy duty areas where there an increased risk of slipping.


Typical applications include:

  • food and drink
  • wet processing areas
  • mortuaries
  • chemical industries

This variant is suitable for areas where there are contaminants other than water.


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