The Ultimate Anti-Slip Inserts for Slippery Grooved Decking

RetroGrip® Slip Test Video

Please note: We have raised the test decking board to create a slippery slope. If you are planning to build a decking ramp, we do not recommend creating such a steep incline.

Music: Vibe Ace (Kevin MacLeod) / CC BY 3.0

Installing RetroGrip® Non Slip Inserts

Please note: If you are installing on uneven decking, worn decking or in areas of high footfall, it may be necessary to glue AND screw down the inserts. You will need to pre-drill the screw holes or use specialist RetroGrip® screws. See installation instructions for more information.

See our installation guides for more help

How a Professional Slip Test works

Tetsted to BS 7976 Part 2 to achive a PTV value of over 35 to give a Low risk of slip

Geocel The Works Adhesive

Please note: If you are planning to use your own adhesive, please view the Technical Data Sheets for Geocel TheWORKS to ensure your adhesive is up to the job. We cannot be responsible for RetroGrip® inserts that lift, if you have not used Geocel TheWORKS or an equivalent. If in doubt you can always screw down your inserts. See installation our installation guides for more help

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