Polysiloxane Nonskid & Nonslip Coatings

SiloxoGrip®

SiloxoGrip® is a step up in industrial polysiloxane coatings. Formulated by the Navy Research Laboratory (NRL), SiloxoGrip non-skid and non-slip coating is manufactured by NCP Coatings. It has better performance, enhanced durability and an extended life cycle.

The Polysiloxane backbone of this coating provides chemical resistance and has more porous resistance to hydrocarbons and other chemicals. That makes it more durable and easier to clean. This coating has unmatched color retention. Ship decks remain cooler and won’t increase the thermal load on the rest of the ship. SiloxoGrip retains a high coefficient of friction in wet and dry environments alike, making its non-slip and non-skid properties more effective than ever. Finally, this product looks great!

SiloxoGrip coating is amine blush resistant and easy to apply. It’s ideally suited for highly humid and low ambient temperature industrial environments. New low viscosity ingredients make application easier than ever.

SiloxoGrip provides the nonskid and nonslip coating needed for some of the world’s harshest environments. This deck coating lasts more than three times longer than less advanced epoxy resins. We meet all NRL and marine specs.

Mix for at least five minutes, and then paint or spray on for quick and lasting results. Don’t leave the glossy finish, durability or true pigment of your deck coating up to chance – rely on SiloxoGrip, the global leader in polysiloxane coating.

SiloxoGrip Nonskid & Nonslip Coating Features

  • Easily cleaned
  • Durability in extreme weather conditions
  • Low solar absorption
  • Coating can be applied by rolling or spraying
  • 24 hour dry time
  • Repels hydrocarbons

 

SiloXoGrip N-9020A/B Deck Gray

SiloXoGrip®
N-9020A/B Deck Gray: spray applied using the Pentech USA Non-Skid Sprayer.
SiloXoShield®
2K “Color Topping”with VLA Markings
U.S. Navy Platform: USS Manchester LCS-14 Date applied: November 2019
Location: 32nd Street Naval Yard San Diego CA
Contractor: Surface Technologies (photo: Bernard Maertz, STC)