Get to Grips with Stair Edgings

Gradus Grip
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04 December 2015

 

As the market leader in stair edgings, with the most extensive range in the UK, Gradus is expertly placed to offer an adhesive you can trust. Gradus Grip is the company’s first adhesive-only stair edging installation solution. 
Offering an alternative to installing stair edgings with traditional mechanical fixings, Gradus Grip is a solvent-free flexible adhesive with excellent gap filling properties. It is suitable for bonding stair edgings to most solid surfaces in both internal and external environments.

Anthony Roberts, Gradus Marketing Product Manager, said:  “Installers face a number of difficulties when selecting an adhesive, including ensuring it’s compatible with the product, fit for the job in question and that it’s supported by the manufacturer.

“By choosing Gradus Grip and using it in conjunction with Gradus stair edgings, you can be confident that you will achieve a bond that lasts as Gradus Grip has been tested with Gradus stair edgings.”

Gradus Grip saves time and money by offering a quick and easy installation - delivering an ultra-strong bond, with curing time from as little as an hour.

With no more screws and screw head cover plugs, Gradus Grip helps to improve the aesthetic of an installation and makes it easier to clean and maintain.

When installed in-line with the installation instructions, Gradus Grip is supplied with a 10 year warranty*. When used with a Gradus rigid stair edging, which are also guaranteed for 10 years, you have complete peace of mind and a single one-stop-shop stair edging solution.

For an easy way of understanding how Gradus Grip works and to view a brief product demonstration, there is a short video on the Gradus website - www.gradus.com. Here you can also find the complete range of Gradus stair nosing profiles, insert options and product data sheets. 

*For full details of the Gradus 10 year warranty please visit www.gradus.com/download/gradus-grip-warranty-agreement