I’m in need of slip-meter advice

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  1. Mar 20, 2013 #1

    bighill

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    I’m trying to gain higher-end bids for my contracting company and have recently been doing a lot of floor work. I think that purchasing a slip-meter to have on hand to show customers the coefficient of friction on their floors before and after would be a good idea. Can anyone offer me a starting point of where to get a quality device and about how much I should be expecting to spend?
    Thanks!
     
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    jimmy50

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    I bought some stuff to make my tile non-slip around 2009 and the company that I used sells a slip meter. Their stuff worked like they said, so I'm willing to recommend them again. This is the site address to it: http://www.slipperytile.com/american-slip-meter
     
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    bighill

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    That’s great! Thanks a lot bighill. I’m glad it isn’t any more expensive than that, otherwise I would have to hold off a bit before purchasing it!
     

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