Client: Ristorante Piu, Bern, Switzerland
Assignment: Anti-slip coating kitchen area, counter and pizza area.

Substrate: Artificial stone - multi-coloured.

Antislip Solution: SWISSGriP Floor
Slip Resistance: Slip resistance class C
Class C:      DIN EN 16165 / DIN51097 – Angle of inclination ≥ 24°
Class R11:  DIN EN 16165 / DIN51130 – Angle of inclination 19°-27°

Anti-slip flooring in restaurant.

Floor coverings are subsequently made non-slip with SWISS GriP anti-slip coating.

Più Ristorante, which opened in 2020, is located in the historic Kornhaus in Bern. The noble and colourful ambience makes the restaurant bright and friendly. The open kitchen allows guests to watch the dishes being prepared.

The Pizza Napoletana is baked in a wood-fired oven and in the in-house vinoteca, guests can be inspired by sommeliers and enjoy their favourite wine at the table. During the day, the Vinoteca is a specialist wine shop.

Everyone knows the situation in busy restaurant or shop entrance areas when it is raining or snowing outside: wet shoes and dripping umbrellas turn the floor into a slide. To ensure the safety of staff and visitors, SWISSGriP is the ideal solution against a medium or increased risk of slipping.

The high-performance products of our GriP anti-slip coating meet the highest demands with slip resistance classes R11 and C. They offer lasting slip resistance, even in the presence of soiling such as soaps or greasy substances. The danger of slipping is averted with the SWISSGriP safety coating.
Especially in the catering industry with kitchens, counters, dining areas and walkways, it is almost impossible to avoid greasy substances or water getting onto the floor. These areas require solutions against high slip hazards - anything else is too risky. GriP anti-slip Flooring for areas with high slip risk belong to the slip resistance group R11, with a slope of 19-27°.

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