Checker Plate Matting Sheet

Advanced Seals & Gaskets Ltd supply an extensive range of high-quality solid rubber sheeting materials, one of which includes a number of rubber matting products, such as checker plate matting sheets, in various grades, sometimes also called floor matting, each with characteristics suited for different applications. 

One type of matting we can offer is checker plate rubber matting, which is manufactured in continuous roll form, however, our in-house conversion and cutting services allows customers the option of taking the material as a complete roll, cut down into smaller checker plate matting sheets starting at 1 meter long, or further converted into very small pads for easier transportation, fitting and installation.

What are Checker Plate Rubber Matting Sheets?

Checker Plate rubber matting is recognised by its multi-direction pattern, consisting of either 1 or 5 bar patterns.  They are a general-purpose non-slip material usually used in walkways and dog kennels. 

Checker Plate matting is manufactured in continuous rolls, with the same pattern running across the entire length, but these can be cut down and supplied as checker plate matting sheets, sold per linear meter or even very small pads.  **NOT recommended for use on ramps or in areas that horses or cattle stand/walk**

Checker Plate Matting Sheet

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    Product Specification & Key Characteristics

    • Colour: Black
    • Material Compound: NR/SBR
    • Hardness: 70°
    • Temperature Range: -20°C - +70°C
    • Features: Available in sheet or roll form

    Full technical data can be supplied upon request,
    or downloaded from our online portal.

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    Why use Checker Plate Rubber Matting Sheets?

    Rubber matting is manufactured as an all-around hard-wearing, general-purpose rubber matting creating an easy to clean, non-slip and non-trip flooring for walkways. Checker plate matting sheets also provides anti-fatigue and underfoot comfort. 

    Checker Plate Rubber Matting sheets can be often found used in office walkways, cab floor mats, cog runs and kennels, car boot liners (punched or cut to size), horsebox living areas and tack rooms, toolbox tops, etc. 

    When taken in checker plate matting sheet form, customers can use the material to cover large floor surfaces or cut the checker plate matting sheets down into strips or pads to cover small spaces, toolboxes, ladders or work surfaces as and when they’re needed.

    Benefits of Using Checker Plate Matting

    • Reduced injury from slips and trips
    • Doesn’t trap dirt and is easy to clean
    • Provides insulation from cold floors
    • Non-porous so will not absorb odours or moisture
    • Can be cut to bespoke shaped and sized parts
    • Good tear strength and UV stable

    Advantages of using Checker Plate Matting Sheet

    Checker plate matting sheets offer a number of advantages including insulation from cold floors, protection to floors and surfaces and cushion for users walking over it. Checker plate matting sheets are non-slip, non-absorbent and easy to clean. 

    The non-porous material doesn’t allow for the absorption of liquids or the growth of bacteria, this makes the material a hygienic option for use as car boot liners, caravan floor mats, tack rooms, kennels and dog runs and general public walkways, school corridors, gyms, garages and even fairgrounds.

    When used in checker plate matting sheet form, the material is easier to handle and transport, large surfaces can be covered and customers can cut the material down into smaller pieces as and when they’re needed.

    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.

    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.

    Fine 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.

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