• Product Model: MSSNC-10
• Width: 75mm
• Height: 25mm
• Thickness: 2mm
• Standard insert material: carborundum
• Standard insert colour: black
• Standard of aluminium: ASTM6063-T5
• Standard aluminium finish: clear anodised; black anodised is also available by request
• Standard length: 3m or 6m or cut to length
1. Slip Resistant
3. Impact Resistant
4. Low in Maintenance
5. Easy to Cut/Install
6. Corrosion Resistant
7. Light Weight
8. Low Conductivity
Meishuo Stair Nosings are Suitable for internal and external applications, including concrete, tile, timber & carpet.
We manufacture a wide range of profiles to be architecturally appealing in various applications that suit varying flooring finishes and there are ranges available for new and existing installation applications.
Aluminium profiles are supplied in mill finish. On request profiles can be supplied with in clear anodized finish or black anodised finish at additional cost. They should be specified with 8-12 micron clear anodised finish.
1. All tread should be swept with a broom or vacuumed with a heavy-duty commercial vacuum cleaner, at least once a week.
2. External Treads should be periodically scrubbed with a stiff bristled brush using any commercial all purpose cleaner and thoroughly rinsed with clean water after cleaning.
3. Minor traffic marks on aluminum can be cleared by using fine steel wool and commercial cleaning agent.
4. Oil and Grease from the stair treads can be removed by using soap and brush. Rinse with clean water after cleaning.
5. For removing snow and ice from external treads, use sodium chloride salt.
6. To remove chewing gum from all types of stair treads, use putty knife, wire brush, clean cloth, commercial cleaning liquid, sponge & clean water. First scrape off as much chewing gum as possible with putty knife, soak it with commercial cleaning liquid for stubborn chewing gums. Repeat the process several times until desired result is achieved. Scrub with wire brush and clean the tread using soap and water, finally sponge the tread and remove extra water from the tread.
(1) Block off access to the stairway you will be working on to keep people out of the area. Put up signs and danger tape;
(2) Begin at bottom stair. Carefully lay stair tread upside down on the stair;
(3) Apply a ¼” bead of glue all the way around the perimeter of the bottom side of the tread, keeping approximately ¾” away from the outside edge of tread.
Apply an additional ¼” bead in a wavy pattern on the remainder of the bottom side of the tread inside the perimeter bead, as well as a ¼” bead around each predrilled hole approximately ½” from the hole.
(4) Carefully pick up, turn over and place tread on stair;
(5) Push down on tread to distribute glue or caulk;
(6) Be sure ends of tread are equally spaced on stair and that tread is pushed back as far as it will go against front edge;
(7) Using a shop vacuum, hold end of vacuum hose as close as possible to the predrilled hole(s) in the tread in order to vacuum up dust and drillings from hole and tread;
(8) Carefully drill the first hole toward the center of the tread;
(9) Vacuum out all dust and debris from hole;
(10) Screw in and tighten anchor. Caution: Using a power driver can strip the fastener. If you use a power driver, use the clutch to help prevent stripping;
(11) Drill and anchor another hole on either end of the tread;
(12) Drill all remaining holes and anchor them;
(13) Repeat the process for remaining stair treads