or Create a profile
Feature requests →
27 Oct, 2014 02:55 AM
<p> This increasingly popular application is extremely effective, but by placing graphics under foot they
need to meet an added set of performance specifications.<a href="http://www.environmentallyfriendlyflooring.com/project/4956.html">outdoor deck engineering wood price</a> Along with our typical high performance
standards for printing, cutting and processing, these graphic films must also withstand constant foot
traffic and provide the required slip resistance for use on pedestrian surfaces.</p>
<p> The Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4586:2004 – ‘Slip resistance classification of new
pedestrian surfaces’ requires a set of stringent tests to understand the contribution of the floor surface
to the risk of slipping. The recommendations of this standard help you chose the best floor graphic film
to avoid possible safety hazards to pedestrians. The overlaminates used in the Avery Floor Graphics
System have been rigorously tested and classified to provide you with the confidence that they meet or
exceed the recommendations of Standards Australia.</p>
<p> Slip resistance recommendations vary depending upon the location in which the graphics are situated.
There are a number of aspects to consider when choosing a floor graphic film, including whether
the location will be dry, or subjected to frequent or occasional water or spillage, and the angle of
the surface. The Avery Floor Graphics System addresses these factors and offers the most suitable
recommendation based on the different areas or “Zones” where the graphics will be located.
Engineered to provide greater protection to your graphics and resistance from the additional wear and
tear of foot traffic, our floor graphic overlaminates provide up to 6 months durability for longer term
promotions, as well as cost effective solutions for short term in-store promotions. <a href="http://www.environmentallyfriendlyflooring.com/product/3652.html">black rocking chairs outdoor composite wood</a></p>
Formatting help /
(switch to plain text)
(switch to Markdown)
You can attach files up to 10MB
If you don't have an account yet, we need to confirm you're human and not a machine trying to post spam.
A conversation has been started with the Fork CMS staff to resolve this discussion.
This discussion is private.
Only you and Fork CMS support staff can see and reply to it.
This discussion is public. Everyone can see and reply to it.
You can use Command ⌘ instead of Control ^ on Mac
Powered by Tender™.