About us

Welcome to ISTS Global Equipment Sales. Proven, quality slip resistance measurement equipment, experienced introductory training, accredited instrument calibration and ongoing support services.

Whether you are looking to enter into this internationally growing industry, are an already established operator, or require the tools for monitoring your internal needs, ISTS Global Equipment Sales is here to help.


ISTS is a reseller for Wessex Lab (Spain), Wessex Precision Instruments (UK) and Munro Instruments (UK)…manufacturers of world leading slip resistance measurement devices. All ISTS supplied testing equipment comes with the additional confidence of ILAC accredited instrument calibration, prompt availability and if required, personal delivery by our professional trainers anywhere in the world.

At our core ISTS is also an experienced, accredited testing facility performing 4000+ annual site visits each year throughout several countries. Utilising this experience, we can have your team equipped with all the appropriate tools and ready for testing within a week to most national standards…a cost effective alternative to learning by trial and error.

Introductory training at your premises (or ours) is designed to guide your technicians towards developing accredited testing techniques. We can provide introductory training to any of the following national standards:

  • Australia (AS4586-2013)
  • New Zealand (AS/NZS.4586:2004)
  • Singapore (SS 485:2011)
  • Britain (BS 7976-2:2002+A1:2013)
  • Europe (CEN/TS 16165:2016)
  • America (ASTM E303-93 – 2018)
  • China (GB/T 35153-2017)

For ongoing support, we stock a large range of testing equipment spares and testing consumables. Our instrument calibration facilities located in Australia and New Zealand can have your annual certification completed within 48 hours.

Thank you for considering ISTS Global Equipment Sales; please contact us any time if you have questions.

Have a successful day.

Assuring you of service at all times.
Mick Walton
Managing Director