SureGrip – Non Slip Additive For Sealers

Non Slip Additive For Floor Sealers

SureCrete’s SureGrip is a premium grade polypropylene in a micronized fine texture. It consistently out performs other slip resistant additives in durability, due to its inherent crush resistance. The almost spherical shape of SureGrip will also impart a smoother “feel” than most other slip resistant additives. Low density and insolubility characteristics reduce or eliminate settling when blending into all of SureCrete’s sealers. SureGrip is available in both sealer additive and hand-broadcast formulations. SureGrip Additive is available in two different particle sizes, medium and fine. Heavy-Duty = 840 microns or 20 mesh. Regular = 300 microns or 50 mesh. Whether you are a homeowner looking to keep your children or house-guests safe or a professional coatings applicator working on proejcts that have specified non-skid surfaces, SureGrip offers an extra level of safety that is simple to apply and easy to manipulate to your desired degree of coarseness.

Surecrete SureGrip Slip Risistant Additive for Floor Sealers

SureGrip Non Slip Sealer Additive

Product #:    5SGADD 5SGADD5 5SGADDHD 5SGADDHD5 5SGOXI 5SGOXI5
Packaging:    1 qt containers, 5 gal pails
Here are some areas of application that would benefit from SureGrip:
  • High Traffic Residential Living Areas
  • Heavily Used Kitchen and Bath Floors
  • Retail Stores and Walkways
  • Commercial Non-Slip Floors
  • Home and Commercial Work Garages
  • Restaurants and Bars

How Do You Apply SureCrete SureGrip non-skid broadcast and additive?

SureGrip is one of our easiest to use products:

  1. SureGrip is merely broadcast out by hand immediately following sealer application, while coating is still wet and fresh.
  2. SureGrip Additive and SureGrip Additive HD are mixed in to your specified sealer before being applied to the project surface. Then just roll the sealer out normally!

Frequently Asked Questions About SureGrip:

How much SureGrip should I use?

It’s entirely up to you and your preference for protection and sheen, but if using the Additive version, we typically suggest no more than 1 quart SureGrip Additive per 5 gallon pail of acrylic sealer.

Which typ of SureGrip should I use?

Again, this is entirely up to your own personal preference.

Specs and Properties of SureGrip:

Coverage  1 quart Additive per 5 gallon pail (varies widely depending substrate and application method)
VOC Rating  0 g/L
Shelf Life  1 year in original unopened container
Appearance  Fine white powder

Confidence of Friction for SureGrip Additive HD at 32 oz per 5 gal pail on Steel Troweled (Slick) Concrete with Rubber Soles SureGrip:

Raw Concrete  Dry: .60 – .64; Wet: .60 – .62
SureSeal Super 20  Dry: .78 – .84; Wet: .74 – .82
  Dry w/HD: .90 – 1.0; Wet w/HD: .96 – .98
SureSeal Super WB  Dry: .72 – .78; Wet: .68 – .72
  Dry w/HD: .90 – .98; Wet w/HD: .82 – .86
SureSeal Pigmented SB  Dry: .92 – .96; Wet: .82 – .86
  Dry w/HD: .94 – .96; Wet w/HD: .84 – .88
SureSeal Pigmented WB  Dry: .72 – .78; Wet: .68 – .70
  Dry w/HD: .90 – 1.0; Wet w/HD: .96 – .98
Dura-Kote Polyurethane SB  Dry: .66 – .72; Wet: .76 – .78
  Dry w/HD: .80 – .84; Wet w/HD: .78 – .82
Dura-Kote Polyurethane WB  Dry: .64 – .68; Wet: .64 – .66
  Dry w/HD: .80 – .84; Wet w/HD: .72 – .84
Dura-Kote Epoxy WB  Dry: .96 – .98; Wet: .82 – .86
  Dry w/HD: .96 – .98; Wet w/HD: .88 – .90
Dura-Kote PFC-120  Dry: .66 – .72; Wet: .76 – .78
Dry w/HD: .80 – .84; Wet w/HD: .78 – .82