Quantum

Plus-Tread Quantum quality staircase safety

  • 20 Feb 2018

Quantum are unveiling an exciting new product, set to create a new benchmark for pedestrian safety: Quantum Plus-Tread.

The company has created a fine reputation as one of Britain’s leading flooring solution specialists, offering a continuously lofty level of technical expertise for over five decades. 

In-depth research, development and independent testing in laboratories has led to the new Quantum Protread; offering a greater level of traction than ever before, the PVC tread material makes the most of mineral aggregate technology to further surface roughness.

This is not only on the top layer however, with the active ingredient embedded through the entire depth of Quantum Plus-tread, meaning optimum traction is assured all of the time.

The company’s stair nosings have featured in thousands of installations, ensuring they are a trusted brands across the nation.

Plus-Tread’s phenomenal Pendulum Test Value (PTV), in all manner of conditions, provides substantive proof of its superior performance, offering the surest footing possible for staircase users in numerous types of public sector establishment.

Furthermore, the Quantum Plus-tread is the only product of its type accessible to distributors the very next day; coming six new colours; Carbon, Platinum, Hornet, Sand, Ruby and Aqua, with a 10-year Guarantee.

For more details, or to book a free site measuring appointment, contact 0161 627 4222 or email [email protected]

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