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Accessibility | Safety | Independence | Inclusivity | Legal Compliance 

Tactile flooring plays a crucial role in creating more accessible, safer, and inclusive environments. 
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Frost has the perfect solution for improving tactile guidance on
existing surfaces without the need for costly reconstructions.

Anti Slip Properties | High Friction Surface | Flexible | Fit for Surface 

Tactile flooring, also known as textured or tactile paving, serves several important purposes, primarily for the safety and guidance of individuals with visual impairments.

Accessibility

Tactile flooring provides important cues and guidance for individuals with visual impairments, helping them navigate public spaces independently and safely. By feeling the texture underfoot, they can detect changes in terrain, such as approaching stairs, ramps,

or hazardous areas like the edge of a platform.

Safety

Tactile flooring helps prevent accidents and injuries by alerting pedestrians to potential hazards or changes in the environment. For example, warning tactile indicators are commonly used near the edges of railway platforms or subway platforms to indicate the drop-off point.

Compliance

In many countries, tactile flooring is required by accessibility regulations and standards to ensure that public spaces are inclusive and accessible to all individuals, including those with disabilities.

Compliance with these regulations is essential for architects, designers, and building owners.

Universal Design

Tactile flooring is an example of universal design, which aims to create products and environments that are accessible to people of all ages and abilities. By incorporating tactile cues into urban design, cities become more inclusive and welcoming for everyone.

Independence

For individuals with visual impairments, tactile flooring promotes independence and confidence in navigating unfamiliar environments. By providing tactile cues, individuals can more easily identify pathways, obstacles,

and points of interest without relying solely on assistance from others.

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