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Anti-slip glass floor tiles are glazed with raised patterns on the upper surface of the glass, optimising the foot's grip on the tile and therefore limiting the risk of falling.
STOP GLISS floor tiles are used as floor coverings in areas where there is a greater risk of slipping or falling. Wet environments or places where people walk barefoot are directly affected by this problem, such as swimming pools, spas, saunas, etc. STOP GLISS floor tiles make walking safer and reduce the risk of falling. Suitable for both public and private use, they can also be used for stairs, walkways, steps, etc.
The STOP GLISS anti-slip tile retains a high level of light transmission, although visibility through it is slightly impaired. The anti-slip pattern in no way detracts from its integration into the home, providing height and depth to the rooms in the house. The effect of volume is therefore reinforced.
These anti-slip glass floor tiles have a textured or frosted surface for improved grip, even when the floor is wet or damp.
These anti-slip glazings are particularly suitable for floor tiles:
Choose the non-slip model that suits your needs:
1. Crisamar Step Aluminium T, which imitates the appearance of peeled aluminium,
2. Crisamar Step Lunaris S, made up of hollowed-out round dots, with a frosted surface over the entire pane.
WHICH GLASS SHOULD I CHOOSE FOR MY FLOOR TILE?
The choice of glass for a floor tile depends on a number of factors, such as safety, resistance and aesthetics. Here are a few types of glass commonly used for floor tiles:
Laminated glass: Laminated glass is glass made up of different layers of glass (for example, 2 x 15mm panes plus a 6mm toughened safety glass pane) joined together by EVASafe films. It is used for floor tiles because it offers excellent resistance to impact and pressure. When the glass breaks, the film holds the pieces together, preventing the glass from shattering into small, sharp splinters.
Tempered laminated glass: Tempered glass is heat-treated glass that is up to five times stronger than ordinary glass. It is often used for floor tiles because, for equivalent strength, it can be used in thinner compositions (e.g. 2 panes of 10mm glass plus one of 6mm for wear glass). In floor tiles, it will obviously be assembled as laminated glass to maintain the safety and stability of the assembly. In this case, an HST treatment is applied to each pane to limit spontaneous breakage (this treatment should be applied to structural components, but not necessarily to protective components).
Contact us to calculate the thickness, in accordance with CSTB specification 3448, so that we can offer you a product suited to the installation location (private home, public place, balcony, etc.). We’ll provide you with the solution and the associated calculation note!
Laying advice: When laying a floor tile, you need to rebate it on all 4 sides. You need a minimum of 50mm of rebate and suitable joints with the right hardness to absorb any movement or deformation.
See a sketch of the installation method, as recommended in CSTB specification 3448:
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