SureDeck Anti Slip Plywood Boards

SONY DSCThe ideal solution to providing a DDA compliant floor to timber platforms and ramps.

  • Slip resistance complies with British Standards
  • Can be cut and worked on using normal woodworking tools
  • Available in a variety of colours
  • Available in a range of sheet sizes and thicknesses

This high quality product comprises our 2mm thickness Suregrp non slip surface sheet, laid up onto 18mm thickness marine plywood sheet with a solid  core quality plywood sheet.

The load bearing characteristics make it suitable for heavy pedestrian loading when supported on bearers at 400mm centres. Fixing of sheets is simply a matter of screwing down.

Boards can be supplied ready drilled at 400mm centres and countersunk if required.

The plywood sheet comes resin coated so therefore it is fully sealed if the sheet is predrilled and counter sunk the sheet is fully guaranteed however if you cutting or drilling in to the sheet this will need to be sealed either with a resin or a sealant.

In the attachment above is our Specification  for Suregrp included in it is the British standards wear test report and the specification for the plywood boards.

We can manufacture and supply to you  a 18mm Marine plywood panel with a Suregrp anti slip surface finish to one side with the ends sides and the underside of the sheet finished with a resin sealant finish. The boards would be counter and drilled @ 400mm centres with the holes resin coating inside.

Overall finish 21mm thick.

Suredeck 18mm marine based plywood panel was installed at the Olympic portal site Heathrow airport. The product was specified by Olympic portal architects after a sample had been sent out.

The slip resistant value of our product is 78, the U.K. slip resistant guidelines state that it should be a minimum of 36.

All boards are stamped along the 2440mm edge as BS 10881:2003 compliant.

The load bearing capabilities of the plywood without any anti slip on is 36 Newtons per square millimetre ( The product was tested by a bridge company and it took ½ a tonne at point load to break.)