Slip Test Equipment

Slip Test Equipment

Munro manufacture the Pendulum slip resistance testing device and can supply all associated equipment, consumables and standard reference materials.

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Slip Risk Assessment

Slip Risk Assessment

Use a Pendulum test to identify and address slip hazards, defend claims effectively, protect your visitors, staff and bottom line.

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Anti-Slip Certification

Anti-Slip Certification

Demonstrate your products are fit for purpose, with our UKAS-accredited, fast and inexpensive in-house slip testing service.

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Expert Witness

Expert Witness

Present clear and concise evidence of slip risk, with an experienced expert using industry best-practice methodology.

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Training

Training

Virtual or physical training sessions to provide Pendulum operators with the necessary skills and knowledge to achieve reliable results.

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Munro's Slip Resistance Testing Service

Since 1864 Munro Instruments has been manufacturing specialist equipment to measure, monitor and record the environment around us.  Our equipment includes slip resistance, environmental monitoring, metrology and laboratory items, and is manufactured at our premises in Harlow, UK, and shipped worldwide.

Munro's Floor Testing Service is used in public places, hotels, restaurants, stadiums, airports and more.

Munro's dedicated slip testing service arm covers:

  • On-site slip testing and slip risk assessment.
  • In-house slip testing for certification of flooring products.
  • Expert witness services for slip and fall personal injury cases.
  • Pendulum service, calibration and consumables.
  • Pendulum Operator Training.

The Pendulum Test is a slip test that measures the friction of a flooring material.  The machine works by essentially modelling the mechanics of a real pedestrian's foot in a real slipping situation. Key strengths of the method are that it is portable and can be used in the conditions that real slip accidents happen.  Using Pendulum slip testing we can measure slip potential of both dry, wet and contaminated flooring.  This slip test is the UK HSE and UKSRG preferred in-situ slip test method and as such is the only method to prove to authorities, insurance companies and lawyers that you have provided a safe floor environment.

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