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NONSKID COATING (NONSLIP)

A coating that contains coarse particles (e.g., aluminum oxide, aluminum metal, garnet, sand,
glass, walnut shells, or cork) and that dries to form a rough, abrasive surface that resists sliding of
people and machinery on floors, ship decks, ladder treads, etc. Resins used are usually epoxies,
polyurethanes, or alkyds.


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