Many different varieties and thicknesses of Solid Rubber Matting are available from Advanced Seals & Gaskets Ltd. We have many capabilities to convert Solid Rubber Matting into many different formats to vast areas of industry and leisure.
Self-adhesive backed Solid Rubber Matting
We can upon request select and apply self-adhesive backing (pressure sensitive tape) to our range of Solid Rubber Matting to aid with the fixture of the product.
Products made from Solid Rubber Matting
We can also use our vast array of plant and machinery to fully convert this product into the following products and formats;
Many other grades of matting are available including matting tiles, These are easily interlocked to form protective flooring in garages etc.
What other grades of Solid Rubber matting are available?
Electrical grades are available in Solid Rubber Matting which is independently tested and verified to different voltage levels, cattle matting, anti-fatigue matting, stair strips can also be converted and supplied.
Quality control of our Solid Rubber Matting products
We pride ourselves on the best possible manufacturing techniques along with a highly skilled and motivated workforce all under the full control of our Quality Management System to ISO 9001. We have a continuous improvement policy in effect and value customer feedback and comments.
Help with Solid Rubber Matting
If you would like to speak with a representative to discuss your specific application or requirements please call our sales office direct on 01384 469100, alternatively, you can send an E-mail. Simply click on the link and forward us your details along with your question and we will contact you immediately.
Material Data Sheets are available to view or download.
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Alongside a vast range of standard sponge, foam, plastic and solid rubber materials, ASG also offers a number of rubber matting products in various grades, sometimes also called floor matting, each with characteristics suited for different applications. Depending on the type of matting, they are either manufactured in continuous rolls or in sheet form, however our in-house cutting service gives customers the flexibility to have these rubber matting rolls and sheets cut down to bespoke shapes and sizes, laminated with self-adhesive and even laminated to other materials to create composite sheets.
What is Rubber Matting?
Rubber matting is manufactured in various grades and finishes for use in different applications such as flooring, animal enclosure coverings or work surface covers, offering anti-slip, easy to clean, anti-fatigue and even electrical insulation properties. Rubber matting is generally manufactured as rolls, sheets or even interlocking panels so that they can easily cover large floor spaces, cut to fit alongside workstations and production lines or cut down and used on work surfaces.
Why use Rubber Matting?
Rubber matting is manufactured for the purpose of creating easy to clean, safe non-slip flooring and walkways, some grades also provide anti-fatigue and underfoot comfort. Special types of matting are also available for use in stables, for cattle or even electrical insulation matting which is capable of controlling current and therefore reduces the risk of electric shock. Most of our rubber matting carry properties including resistance to wear, weathering and high temperatures, manufactured in a range of surface finishes (patterns) each suited for use within various applications such as catering/kitchens, to reduce sports impact, animal care, and within retail.
Types of Matting Available
Anti-fatigue matting is designed as a non-slip floor covering for use at workstations or production lines where individuals would be standing for long periods of time, where the composition of the mats reduces stress on muscles and joints.
Broad (wide) Ribbed Rubber matting – is used for commercial and industrial applications offering an anti-slip, anti-fatigue, floor to foot insulation that is easy to clean.
Cattle matting is non-slip even when wet, they’re none absorbent and provide insulation from the cold floor. These mats are manufactured with a hollow pattern on the underside to allow for drainage and easy cleaning, making them a hygienic sheet for use with livestock.
Checker plate matting is recognised by their multi-direction pattern, they are a general-purpose non-slip material usually used in walkways and dog kennels. **NOT recommended for use on ramps or any areas where slipping may occur or in areas that horses or cattle stand/walk**
Circular pattern matting is another general-purpose matting material that can be used in a range of general-purpose applications including walkways and catering. This matting is non-toxic, oil and grease resistant.
Electrical matting is used for insulation, stopping or reducing electrical currents – therefore minimising the risk of electric shocks occurring. This material has a fine fluted, non-slip surface used in areas where live electrical equipment is present such as control and switchboard rooms.
Finely fluted rubber matting has a ribbed surface, offering a non-slip and anti-fatigue floor covering with good insulation and anti-vibration properties. These mats can be found used on walkways, but also cut down and used on workstation surfaces to provide a non-slip worktop.
Pyramid matting is utilised in the catering industry and on walkways, they offer an easy to clean, non-slip surface even when wet with anti-fatigue and insulation properties.
Studded rubber matting is used to create non-slip floors and work surfaces in many wet and dry applications and environments.
Benefits of Using Rubber Matting
Using the various types of rubber matting on offer, provide a whole range of benefits some of which include:
- Create non-slip floor and work surfaces
- Used as flooring to reduce sports impact
- Easy to clean
- Reduce trips
- Floor protection
- Anti-fatigue & improved comfort (reducing stress on joints and muscles)
- Electrical insulation
- Oil/grease/weathering resistance
- Designed for use with animal husbandry providing easy cleaning, insulation and hygiene
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