Alro Steel was established in 1948 by Al and Robert Glick. Today, Alro is comprised of Alro Steel, Alro Metals, Alro Plastics and Alro Metals Outlet.

SlipNOT Steel - Metal Grip Plate

SlipNOT Steel - Metal Grip Plate
Chemical Composition
SlipNOT® floor plate is available in steel, stainless steel, aluminum and galvanized steel.

Please Note: SlipNot®, Grip Grate®, Grip Plate®, Mop Coat®, Flex-Grip® and Grid Grate® are trademarks of W.S. Molnar Company and are used by permission of the W.S. Molnar Company. Products of W.S. Molnar Company are manufactured under U.S. Patent No. 5,077,137 and U.S. Patent No. 4,961,973.

SlipNOT Surface Treatment for Metals

SlipNOT® is a surface treatment performed on a variety of metals through a plasma stream depositions. Plasma stream deposition is the application of a molten metal alloy to a metallic surface. The extreme temperature of this method assures maximum adhesion to the base surface. It results in a Martensitic (hard alloy) product. This is not a grit simply rolled or coated onto the base plate!

SlipNOT®  Products From Alro

SlipNOT® Grip Plate® Steel on Steel - available in sizes to 6’ by 12’ and thickness of 1/8” and up. Finishes: 1. Shop Coat 2. Acrylic 3. Zinc Rich 4. Mop Coat 5. Hot Dip Zinc Steel on Aluminum: (for hard wear and light weight) can be produced on available sheet or plate to 6’ by 12’ Aluminum on Aluminum: where specified - can be produced on available sheet or plate to 6’ by 12’ Stainless on Stainless: where specified - can be produced on available sheet or plate to 6’ by 12’

SlipNOT® Grip Grate® Steel on Steel - available on all standard and special bar grating in lengths to 12’. Steel on Aluminum: for hard wear and lightweight Aluminum on Aluminum: where specified Stainless on Stainless: where specified

More About SlipNOT® 

File Hard - Extreme wear longevity is the product of the Martensitic formation of the super-alloy, allowing a hardness of up to 62 on the Rockwell “C” scale.
Random Hatch Matrix - This stacked hatched surface means the continuous presentation of new sharp faces as the surface slowly wears.
Weldable - In that, the wear surface is uncoated steel integral with the base plate, SlipNOT® can be directly welded to with no surface preparation of any kind.
Bond Strength - The bond strength of SlipNOT® to plate exceeds 4,450 psi. The “coated-on” grit product claims only 710 psi maximum.
Fabrication - Shear, flame cut, drill, and punch right through the face for complete versatility in shop or field.
Maintenance - SlipNOT® can be cleaned by all standard industrial cleaning methods.
Availability - SlipNOT® provides the design flexibility to offer unique combinations of different metals for your unique applications, such as merging the toughness of steel with the lightweight of aluminum.


SlipNOT®  Grades

Grade 1: A fine surface with minimum surface depth variation for comfort where pedestrian traffic flow is not directional only, but requires a lot of turning and reversing and is subject to only moderate thin liquid accumulation.
Grade 2: A medium surface particularly applicable to heavier and more viscous accumulations. This is the all-purpose surface.
Grade 3: A coarse surface applicable for extremely heavy traffic and higher debris accumulation and high viscosity fluids.
SlipNOT Plate