The "ramp"
The ramp is used for the so called “ramp test” following the EN 16165, Annex B, DGUV-Regulation 108-003 (formerly DIN51130), EN 16165, Annex A, DGUV Information 207-006 and DIN EN 13845 and others.
DIN EN 16165, Annex A, DGUV Information 207-006 (previously DIN51097) and DIN EN 13845.
DIN EN 16165, Annex B, Table NB.2 (previously DIN51130)
= R-classes (R9, R10, R11, R12, R13)
= V-classes (V4, V6, V8, V10)
DIN EN 16165, Annex A, Table NB.1, (previously DIN51097)
= classes ABC
EN 13645
= ESf and ESb
The GMG 200 (GMG = sliding propellant meter)
According to DIN EN 16165, Appendix D, for measuring the coefficient of sliding friction µ (previously DIN51131).
It is used to monitor the slip resistance of floor coverings and
for the creation of a slip-resistance register according to DGUV Information 208-041.
Also for measurements according to EN 115, Annex K, base plates of escalators.
The SRT pendulum measuring device according to DIN EN 16165, Annex C, DIN EN 13036-4
For combined grip and roughness measurement (with discharge meter) as well as for measuring the USRV value
The pendulum measuring device measures the micro-roughness of surfaces. As well as FGSV R2, leaflet
on the slip resistance of paving stones and slabs for pedestrian traffic. The pendulum measuring device is included in many product standards. We can check for you according to all relevant standards.
Also HSE Assessing the slip resistance of flooring, BS 7976: Parts 1-3, UKSRG Guidelines

The discharge meter according to DIN EN 13036-3
The discharge meter is used to measure the macro roughness of surfaces.