Select your anti-slip floor tiles with confidence. Once you have identified your floor area, like wetroom floors, the selection of anti-slip floor options below will show you the many style and size options available to you.
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CTD Tile collection of Anti-Slip floor tiles offers reassurance that you’re getting the right tile for the job. All the tiles in this category have a minimum R9 slip resistant rating. We suggest Porcelain Tiles and Glazed Porcelain tiles as Ceramic floor tiles is not suitable for use when looking for Anti-Slip properties.
Anti-Slip tiles are simply that. A tile with Anti-Slip properties, it can also be described as non-slip, or slip resistant tiles. This is graded by using an R Rating, which is important when tiling your wetroom floor. Bathroom and Kitchen floor and external / outdoor floor tiles. Certain areas for example; if you are looking for a non-slip floor tiles for your showers or non-slip outdoor tiles, R Rating is a must.
Below is a simple and quick way to explain R Rating (Anti-Slip Grade) It also tells you the incline angle and suggested usage of the tile - As per our helpful Gemini guidelines.
The R rating of a floor tile refers to slip resistance and how safe it is to use in environments where the floor is inclined or likely to get wet. R ratings are mainly considered when fixing tiles in a commercial or public space but have been stated where available for reference. The lowest rating available is R9. The classifications are as follows:
We would recommend that you should consider using Anti-Slip tiles if your tiling a wetroom or an area that endures contact with water and especially a floor that has an incline. The tiling industry uses an R rating system which means that the higher the R rating, the more slip resistant and higher incline angle properties the tile will have. The R rating as stated above starts from R9 to R13.