nonskid


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

nonskid

[¦nän¦skid]
(civil engineering)
Pertaining to a surface that is roughened to reduce slipping, as a concrete floor treated with iron filings or carborundum powder, or indented while wet.
References in periodicals archive ?
com; 703-801-1000) makes lightweight, nonskid, soft-fabric floor and carpet protectors that provide extra traction for pets and people.
Lemieux: All ships in the fleet coat interior and exterior deck surfaces with aromatic epoxy-based nonskid coatings which last 12 to 36 months and generally fail due to amine blush, corrosion, wear and weathering.
Orian's rugs are woven of two-ply olefin with a nonskid backing.
Embossed rubber flooring provides a low-maintenance, nonskid surface.
The Ergo Wrist Rest also features a nonskid backing that clings firmly onto the integrated wrist rest of an ergonomic keyboard.
utility runner with a nonskid back, duct tape, number stencils and spray paint.
This order, for approximately $250,000, will include a mix of zinc-rich epoxy primers to advanced nonskid coatings that integrate Exousia's patented Vistamer engineered particles.
Weighing only 2 lb, the cushion comes with a removable, breathable, fluid-resistant cover with a nonskid bottom for added security.
Sturdy handrails with padded foam hand grips, a nonskid rubber mat, an extra-wide platform, and unique flip seat add comfort to the weighing of obese residents and those requiring assistance.
Nonskid strips are required to be covering the deck in front of each piece of equipment to provide safe footing for the operator.
A nonskid glide gives the seated user added steadiness.
The Z-Instrument Drape[TM] and its nonskid surface offer a secure safe zone for picking up and placing sharps during a procedure.