Think Outside the Box: Anti-skid Material Applications You've Never Considered

Think Outside the Box: Anti-skid Material Applications You’ve Never Considered

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Whether you're looking to develop an entirely new product or improve your current product, Frank Lowe can help you Explore, Pursue, and Create more and better. One of the most common ways we help our clients achieve superior products is by exploring anti-skid material applications. 

Let's take a closer look at some of the most frequented applications for anti-skid materials. Read on to learn more and don't hesitate to reach out to the team at Frank Lowe to think outside of the box and explore how you can use anti-skid materials to improve your product. 

Anti-Skid Material Applications for Music Equipment

While the five types of musical instruments — percussion, woodwind, string, brass, and keyboard — all make unique sounds, they share commonalities as well. And one of those commonalities is the need to remain securely in place when not being held or used. 

However, without proper thoughtfulness of design, this is easier said than done. Fortunately, the team at Frank Lowe regularly partners with those in the industry to create tailored anti-skid materials for musical instrument stands. 

Whether it's an oboe stand, keyboard stand, or a clarinet stand, we offer tailored anti-skid solutions that are easy to apply to the base. Once secure to the stand, your clients can focus more on the task at hand and have less concern about the security of their instrument when at rest. We also manufacture anti-skid materials for microphone bases. 

Furniture Anti-Skid Material Uses

When it comes to manufacturing furniture, it's the little things that count. From elaborate stitching to eye-catching carpentry work, the devil is in the details. But one detail that is often overlooked or forgotten is the usability of the product. 

For example, gun safes that are not secured to the floor have the potential to move and slide upon force depending on the flooring surface. You can add anti-skid materials to the bottom of gun safes, chairs, couches, sofas, and other seating furniture to prevent accidents and unfortunate events. 

You can also add anti-skid materials to smaller, decorative items to improve functionality. Common examples include: 

  1. Anti-skid lamps, 

  2. Anti-skid coffee mugs, 

  3. Anti-skid coasters and trivets

  4. Anti-skid clay bowls

  5. Anti-skid handmade glassworks

You can add anti-skid materials to anything that can be situated on a table or floor to improve its functionality. At the same time, some even use our anti-skid materials for the entire table to create a skid-free zone perfect for mobile phones, pens, and other items.

Anti-Skid Material Applications for Medical Devices & Equipment

Amid COVID-19, virtually all types of medical equipment are in demand. If you are a manufacturer of medical equipment, considering anti-skid material uses could be the perfect way to improve the functionality of your product. 

Manufacturers of various types of equipment designed to stand stationary on the floor can add anti-skid pads to prevent the device from unintentionally sliding. This added functionality can be especially helpful in medical and hospital environments where various fluids can be introduced to the environment to make slippery floors even slippier. 

Hospital carts are a common staple across virtually every health care facility. If you manufacture these carts or are a hospital administrator, adding anti-skid materials to those carts can be the perfect way to improve the utilization and functionality. Even if your cart currently has an old anti-skid pad, replacing the anti-skid material can be an excellent way to refresh an older unit and give it new life in a cost-efficient manner. 

Anti-Skid Material Uses for Electronics

In today's age of information, electronics are everywhere. Whether tablets, smartphones, cameras, smartwatch chargers, or any other device; your customers depend on electronic equipment for daily life. Yet, it's important for manufacturers to pay attention to the physical utility. 

Adding anti-skid materials into the design of the electronic device you manufacture can be an inexpensive and highly effective way to improve customer satisfaction. Which electronic items can be improved by anti-skid material applications? At Frank Lowe, we've created easy-to-apply anti-skid pads for any device designed to rest on a table or nightstand. 

Ready to Explore, Pursue, and Create with Anti-Skid Material Uses? Contact Frank Lowe

For several decades, the team at Frank Lowe has helped customers across all industries improve and create new products. We are a closely-knit team that works together to solve problems — even ones you may not be aware of. And our anti-skid materials are one of the easiest, most cost-effective ways to improve the functionality of your product. 

Contact us today to learn more about the different anti-skid material uses relevant to your business.

About the Author Randy Cohen

Since 2002, Randy Cohen has served as the Senior Vice President of Frank Lowe — leading Sales and Marketing as well as a variety of Administrative operations. Randy has 25 years of experience with a background in sales & marketing, production and business management, serving both government agencies and private industry. He holds a B.A from Syracuse University and a Masters and Professional Diploma from Fordham University. Randy uses his unique set of experiences to help businesses and entities across all sectors explore, pursue, and create better solutions.

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