Marine Anti Slip Tape From Heskins

Heskins logo on Spanish Racing Team boat A large, ever increasing, field for our products is used as a marine anti slip tape.  Up until 2010 we never felt we had a complete range, we wanted to have the world’s widest, most effective and, very importantly, most compe­titively priced range.  With the developments made on our coarse resilients, H3418s, H3435s and Tenura we have exceeded our remit, all great for using as non slip material for boats, showers, baths, swimming pools and other wet areas. Heskins was recently proud to sponsor the Mundo Marino Platu 25 boat in its competition success.­  We provided our standard safety-grip.­  The safety-grip is a common material for marine environments where an extreme level of grip is required, the abrasive surface ensures that footing is never lost in even the most extreme environment; ideal for competitive racing where seconds count. 


Our marine range now encompasses;

Safety-Grip  A durable and effective anti slip tape, possessing extreme levels of coefficient of friction (grip). A wide variety of colours are offered, we are always happy to offer rolls, sheets or die cuts.  

Aqua-Safe  Our most successful marine non slip material, non-abrasive so ideal for bare foot application yet offers good coefficient of friction (CoF), available in the most popular colours.  

Coarse Resilient  A unique non-abrasive material that takes grip levels to another level without any harsh grit, fully waterproof and available in clear, grey or black, an exceptional material.  

H3418  Our symmetrical non-abrasive material becomes ever more popular!  Dependent on volume it can be produced in any colour.  

H3435  Our new and exciting ribbed H3435 non slip product, the potential uses for this product are endless.  


Our phthalate free Tenura grip range is unique, we offer something ideal for use inside the cabins, this includes non-slip fabrics, table mats, discs/strips for showers and the un-comparable Tenura Extreme.

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