Highly effective dirt and dust removal method utilizes adhesive inserts to capture dust and fine particles. Clean Stride mats are used in interior applications such as entrances from factories to offices, computer rooms, clean rooms, school gymnasiums, healthcare facilities and more. Adhesive inserts are comprised of 60 layers of coated film to offer a long-lasting performance.
Available in two versions: Rubber Frame or Carpet/Rubber Frame with adhesive insert and Rubber frame only with adhesive insert. Adhesive inserts sold separately.
As foot traffic passes over the mat, the Waterhog surface scrapes larger particles while the adhesive insert captures smaller dust & dirt. With two footsteps on Clean Stride adhesive insert, over 90% of dirt particles are removed.
Clean Stride mats provide highly effective dirt and dust removal methods.
The Clean Stride adhesive insert is comprised of 60 layers of adhesive coated film. Each layer will perform many times before it must be peeled away. Each layer is numbered to ensure one sheet at a time removal and to indicate the number of layers remaining.
Not recommended for wet areas.
Sizes: Rubber Frame: 26.5 x 32 36.5 x 46
Sizes: Carpet/Rubber Frame: 26.5 x 63.5 36.5 x 92.5
Recommended uses factories, computer rooms, warehouses, school gymnasiums, healthcare facilities and more.
FIBER TYPE: Solution-dyed polypropylene, outstanding lightfastness
WEIGHT: 24 ozs/sy.
NUB HEIGHT: 1/4"
DESIGN: Square "waffle"
TYPE: 100% NItrile Rubber (20% Recycled Content)
TENSIL: 1100 PSI
Passes Flammability Standard DOC-FF-1-70
ASTM C 1028-29 Static Coefficient of Friction. Dry 70
Anti-Static maximum average voltage of 1.6 KV as measured by the AATCC 134 Electrostatic Propensity Test and meets IBM’s minimum standard for electrical resistance (NFPA99).
1. Vacuum Daily
When possible, mats should be vacuumed on a daily basis. During periods of inclement weather, use of a wet/dry vacuum may provide a more effective method of daily maintenance.
2. Routine Maintenance
Spots and non-permanent stains should be removed as needed using a safe non-organic solvent based cleaner. In the event a solvent based spotter is needed, caution should be taken to rinse the excess solvent thoroughly before returning the mat to service. Failure to r