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AS 4586-2013 pdf free.Slip Resistance Classification Of New Pedestrian Surface Materials.
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.
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.
The test methods in this Standard shall be used for the classification of pedestrian surface materials for use in either the’ or the ‘dry’ condition.
This Standard may also be used for evaluating surface applications and treatments including products such as sealers, polishes and etchants which may modify the surface characteristics of pedestrian surfaces.
As a minimum, one of the three methods specified for the measurement of wet slip resistance (Appendix A, C or D) shall be used for all external pedestrian surfaces and those internal pedestrian surfaces that have a reasonably foreseeable risk of the presence of wet substances such as water, grease and oil.
The indication of the test apparatus relates to the slip resistance potential of the surface testee in the test environment. It does not contemplate shoe sole materials, characteristics of individual gaits, or other factors that may contribute to slips.
2 The inclining ramp test methods (Appendices C and D)are suitable for measuring the slip resistance of gratings, heavily profiled surfaces, tactile indicators, rock, bush-hammered surfaces and resilient surfaces. Appendix E contains an ancillary test method for determining the displacement volume of heavily profiled surfaces. Such surfaces are primarily intended to provide drainage or entrapment of anticipated contaminating materials. Heavily profiled surfaces should take into consideration any requirements of AS 1428.1, such as tripping hazards.
3 Where heavily profiled surfaces have been specifically manufactured to have a high slip resistance, that relies heavily upon the interlock action between the highly profiled pedestrian surface and the heavily profiled soles of some footwear, the’pendulum testmethod in Appendix A may not provide accurate indications of the slip resistance.
4 The”dry floor friction’ test method in Appendix B is not suitable for heavily profiled surface or carpets.

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