Posts Tagged ‘coefficient of friction’

Friday, January 5th, 2018

Since the development of the first Coefficient of Friction (CoF) tests we have come a long way. The first simple, and mainly static machines, have now been supplanted by mainly dynamic testing methods with strict measures and controls to allow for some form of consistency from test to test. We now have excellent anti slip […]

Friday, September 4th, 2015

Well… it’s September, and in a couple of months we will no doubt have the arrival of snow and ice. This is a re-write of one of our old blogs, but if the info is there, we may as well ( re ) use it. Sorry that we’re talking about such cold things right now while we’re […]

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

How do you measure anti slip levels? As an anti slip material manufacturer it is vital that we give our customers the necessary information to allow them to easily judge which materials are suitable for their grip requirement.  Coefficient of Friction (CoF) is a way of objectively expressing the grip levels, there is not one […]