Crossgrip delivers superior drainage and slip resistance on high-level walkways, roofs, gantries and platforms – even in adverse weather conditions.
We've spent years perfecting our Crossgrip roof walkway matting with safety at the forefront. Certified slip resistant and extensively tested against wind, fire and UV, Crossgrip has a durable, two-layer construction that contours to flat roof surfaces and delivers superior slip resistance and drainage.
This provides unparalleled protection for staff and maintenance workers navigating these high levels, and also helps protect the roof surface. Our roof walkway pads come in a convenient rolled format, and are designed to be loose-laid for quick and easy installation – simply roll and go.
Our roof walkway systems cater for all types of flat roofs
Choose from Crossgrip PVC, a vinyl roof mat designed for the majority of types of flat commercial roofs, and Crossgrip TPO, which is compatible with TPO and EPDM roof membranes.
Superior drainage and traction
Cross-directional top ribs ensure a firm grip underfoot, and the open-grid format delivers excellent drainage. Crossgrip TPO has an embossed surface, while Crossgrip PVC has a diamond-etched surface. Both mats are certified slip resistant.
Protects the roof surface
Crossgrip sits at a raised height of 9/16” (PVC) and 1/2" (TPO) to help elevate workers off the roof surface, while the durable, welded construction contours to the roof structure. This winning combination helps to protect the roof surface from any potential damage, like dropped tools, maintenance equipment and heavy foot traffic.
Quick and easy to install
Unlike heavy pavers or fixed flat roof solutions, our roof walkway matting is designed to be loose laid, with no fixing required, so can be installed quickly and easily, even in adverse weather conditions. It’s also lightweight and can be repositioned with ease.
Crossgrip is oil, chemical and alkali-resistant and naturally resistant to bacterial growth.
Crossgrip remains stable in winds up to 60mph (96km/h). (Tests at the University of Hertfordshire, School of Aerospace, Automotive & Design Engineering showed Crossgrip PVC when laid flat on a stable platform remained in position for wind speeds of 94mph (150 km/h ) and Crossgrip TPO to wind speeds of 88mph (142 km/h)).