Anti-slip Glass Flooring And Glass Stair Treads

Date: 20 January 2010
Source: Construction & Maintainance
Jockimo Inc. introduced anti-slip glass flooring and glass stair treads that seem to trick nature. Walk across water or air, when it comes to design elements, it is difficult to imagine anything more dramatic than Jockimo's structural glass floor.

Glass flooring allows light to flood into a room creating a sense of space and depth that no other material can offer. A stunning addition to any decor, Jockimo glass flooring provides a beautiful and inspiring focal point. Featured on HGTV, Jockimo's GlassGrit anti-slip glass flooring is UL approved in accordance with UL 410 standard for slip resistance of floor surface materials. Jockimo also offers an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) required contrasting strip on the nosing of stair treads.
Jockimo Inc.'s product line is known for its ingenuity and safety. Jockimo's GlassGrit and GlassFrit anti-slip walking surfaces are UL approved in accordance with UL 410, standard for slip resistance of Floor Surface Materials. They exceed the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements. The glass panels are made of structurally laminated glass to provide maximum strength and safety. Energy efficient glass flooring is available for exterior applications.
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