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Hazard area line marking

17 December 2008

Health and safety is of major importance and danger areas need to be clearly marked. TilePlans, a leading proponent of PVC interlocking floor tiling solutions provides a modern, durable alternative to paint. This is achieved with interlocking PVC floor tiles of contrasting colours to create the demarcation line. The tiles interlock neatly and the colours are specified by the user.

Hazard area line marking
Hazard area line marking

“Many people like to choose the floor colours and satisfy health and safety criteria at the same time. A growing number of cost-conscious bosses are choosing to replace the regular maintenance of painting with the low maintenance solution of a tiled floor that clearly distinguishes areas such as workspace, walkways, and hazardous areas. Tiled floors are easy to maintain and cut out a lot of disruptive downtime.
“PVC floor tiles reduce vibration and sound, resist oil and chemicals and possess flame retardant qualities and there are studded and plain varieties as well as an anti-static grade.

“They have many applications and are proving popular with people who give high priority to health and safety. We can generally install them in less time than it takes for all but the fastest drying paints to dry. They are also very easy to replace, although that’s not been an issue yet because they are so sturdy and durable,” said Mike Bimpson, head of marketing.

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