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STORAGE Gas cylinder cages are now recognised as being essential when considering safe and secure options for storing gas cylinders within any business, construction site, public sector premises or private residence. Site owners and Health and Safety personnel now have a comprehensive online resource thanks to the launch of

This recently launched website is dedicated to providing a wide range


GRANWAX Flooring specialists, Granwax Products Ltd, has created an innovative anti-slip floor finish, perfect for use on projects where traction is of upmost importance. Granwax Clearsafe is a fast curing, water-based, polyurethane finish designed specifically as a top-coat for interior


STANDARD Polyflor’s popular Polysafe Standard safety vinyl flooring collection is now available with the manufacturer’s groundbreaking Polysafe polyurethane reinforcement (PUR).

Cross-linked and UV cured, Polysafe PUR is a super strength reinforcement


guidance and FAQs. For example, general storage information for fixed sites, as well as vehicles and trailers, also advice on storage of empty cylinders and leak detection. Site owners should also be aware that the HSE. has been actively inspecting businesses storing gas cylinders in an area which allows public access.

of competitively priced gas cylinder storage and handling products in one, easy-to-navigate, buy-on- line site.

In addition to a wide choice

wood floors. Providing superior slip resistance, it is ideal for surfaces that are subjected to rainwater, alcohol, liquids, and foodstuffs, as well as floors that are used on a regular basis.

Clearsafe has recently been used to great effect in the renovation of floors at Wolverhampton Civic Hall, where Beaver Floorcare applied Clearsafe over Granwax Masterfinish. Before the refurbishment, the wax covered floors in the multi-use building allowed liquid to seep through

designed to make Polysafe Standard PUR even easier to clean, provide optimum appearance and colour retention as well as improved soil release.

“Over recent months we have launched our Polysafe Mosaic, Vogue Ultra, Astral and Corona ranges with Polysafe PUR and the response from customers has been phenomenal,” commented Simon James,

of options including mesh cages, enclosures and cabinets the website also provides essential, up- to-date health & safety executive information,

the surface, creating slip hazards. The application of Clearsafe means liquid now sits on top of the floor allowing it to be wiped off quickly and easily, producing a safer surface.

Carl Blythe, Director of Granwax Products Limited, said: “With the development of Granwax Clearsafe, which has been independently tested to ensure it complies with the HSE anti-slip requirements for wet conditions, we hope to alleviate some of these concerns and provide peace of mind. However, we

Polyflor Marketing Manager. “The fact that Polysafe Standard now offers the same maintenance, environmental and visual benefits as some of our higher end, decorative safety ranges makes it one of the best value safety products on the market.”

As with all Polysafe products, Polysafe Standard PUR floorcoverings comply fully with HSE and UK Slip

The website offers safe and secure storage options for all popular sizes and shapes of cylinders and bottles containing butane, propane, carbon dioxide and acetylene. Bespoke cages can also be supplied when a standard cage is unsuitable.

also understand that the aesthetics of a floor can be just as important, and this is why Granwax Clearsafe is a clear formula which gives a slip resistant surface, whilst retaining the appearance and colour of a floor.”

Group Guidelines to give sustainable slip resistance throughout their guaranteed life, achieving 36+ on the Pendulum wet test (Slider 96/Four S rubber) with a surface roughness of 20 microns and above. They also adhere to EN 13845 – the European standard for safety flooring.


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