SlipAlert Test Results
SlipAlert test results speak for themselves. There is a very high correlation between SlipAlert and the Pendulum in both wet and dry conditions across a range of surfaces. The HSE in the UK now accept that SlipAlert is a very good way to test foors and that it consistently gives accurate results wet or dry.
Each point of the graph corresponds to a measure of slip coefficient on a different surface as measured by SlipAlert and the Pendulum. The big advantage of SlipAlert is that it is portable, it works on both wet and dry surfaces and its so easy to use, anyone can do it.
A floor being rough does not mean that it is not slippery. Nor is it always true that a floor that is smooth must necessarily be slippery. Some of our clients have discovered this to their cost. Don't trust your luck by measuring roughness when you can get a much more reliable and accurate reading from your SlipAlert.