AS 4586-2013 Slip resistance classification of new pedestrian surface materials

Abbreviation
AS 4586-2013
Amendment
AS 4586-2013/Amdt 1-2017
Valid from
28/06/2013
Replaces
AS/NZS 4586:2004,

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Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
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Description

This Standard provides means of classifying pedestrian surface materials according to their frictional characteristics when determined in accordance with the test methods set out in Appendices A, B, C, D and E. The test methods enable characteristics of surface materials to be determined in either wet or dry conditions.

 

 

Scope

This Standard does not provide for the conditioning of specimens to account for in-service wear.

NOTE: When specifying a particular slip resistance classification, specifiers should consider the likely in-service wear and its effects on slip resistance, taking into account the material type, pedestrian and other traffic and environmental conditions including cleaning, sealing and carpet wear and stretch.

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AS 4586-2013 Slip resistance classification of new pedestrian surface materials

Description

This Standard provides means of classifying pedestrian surface materials according to their frictional characteristics when determined in accordance with the test methods set out in Appendices A, B, C, D and E. The test methods enable characteristics of surface materials to be determined in either wet or dry conditions.

 

 

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AS 4586-2013 Slip resistance classification of new pedestrian surface materials
Description

This Standard provides means of classifying pedestrian surface materials according to their frictional characteristics when determined in accordance with the test methods set out in Appendices A, B, C, D and E. The test methods enable characteristics of surface materials to be determined in either wet or dry conditions.

 

 

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