Ridged construction effectively removes and traps dirt and moisture below shoe level. Exclusive rubber-reinforced face nubs prevent pile from crushing, ensuring high performance and extended life. Fiber system utilizes a "fiber bundle" made up of monofilament polypropylene and 2750 denier BCF Olefin yarn that is air entangled together. This unique construction produces exceptional wiping and scraping performance. Available in Smooth or Cleated backing types. The "water-dam" traps dirt and water so they stay on your mat and off your floors, minimizing slip hazards and floor damage. A wide selection of 18 standard commercial sizes makes finding the right mats for your needs quick and easy.
Premium polypropylene fiber system won’t fade or rot.
Unique ridged construction effectively traps dirt and moisture beneath shoe level.
Exclusive rubber reinforced face nubs prevent pile from crushing in high traffic areas, maintaining high performance and extending product life.
Green Friendly rubber backing has 20% recycled rubber content.
Exclusive Water Dam border keeps dirt and water in the amt and off the floor, minimizing slip hazards and floor damage.
Dries quickly and provides a slip resistant surface even when wet.
Cleans easily, vacuum or hose off, hang to dry.
Loop pile fabric: Combines continuous filament polypropylene fiber with monofilament fiber creating a true wipe/scrape mate that is extremely durable.
Colorfast: Solution dyed for excellent light and wet fastness.
Certified slip-resistant by the National Floor Safety Institute.
Recommended for use in entrances with moderate traffic
SURFACE FIBER TYPE: Solution-dyed polypropylene, 2750 denier and heavy Monofilament, air tangled.
WEIGHT: 26 oz. per square yard
NUB HEIGHT: 1/4"
CONSTRUCTION: Tufted loop pile
PRIMARY: Woven Polypropylene
SECONDARY: 100% SBR Rubber (20% Recycled Content)
THICKNESS: .110" - Border
TENSIL: 1400 PSI
Passes Flammability Standard DOC-FF-1-70
Electrical Resistance IBM (Surface to Ground) ASTM F -150 & NFPA 99 Chapter 12 Secton 126.96.36.199 (6) (7), 1990. Average Electrical Resistance at 70° and 50% Relative Humidity: 4.2 x 10^11 ohms.
Passes AATCC Test Method 134-1991 Electrostatic Propensity of Carpets. Maximum Voltage Positive 0.2 KV.
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