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Crossgrip Roof Walkway Matting, 14mm thick

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Anti-slip walkway matting for safe roof access in all weathers.

Length: 10m

Width: 60cm, 91cm or 122cm

Thickness: 14mm

Material: PVC

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Delivery time : 4-6 working days

£ 342.15 (excl. VAT)
(incl. VAT)

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Crossgrip Roof Walkway Matting

Specifically designed as a rooftop walkway solution, the Crossgrip matting provides a safe non-slip walkway whilst at the same time protecting the roof membrane from damage. The surface features a ribbed surface for extra traction, and the product is formulated with anti-bacterial additives to prevent build up and keep the product clean. The self-draining design allows rain water to run off the walking surface.

The cross-directional grids are made of solid PVC, and the grids are tightly packed together. This gives the product a greater density than the rest of our range, making it resistant to wind-lift in wind speeds up to 95mph (150kph). In wind speeds in excess of this, the matting should be secured with bolts and washers.


  • Ribbed non-slip surface
  • Self-draining design
  • Resistant to moulds and bacteria
  • Long lifespan equivalent to most modern roofing materials
  • Solid cross-directional grids



  • Protects roof membranes from damage from pedestrian traffic
  • Resists wind uplift in wind speeds up to 95mph
  • Maintenance free
  • Safe, non-slip walking surface free of standing water
  • Conforms to any roof shape
Thickness 14mm
Weight 6.6kg/m2
Material Flexible PVC
UV resistant Yes
Surface type Open grid

** For a complete list of chemical resistances please click here.

Posted by brian phillips | 2018-01-10 11:55:34

Can this product just be rolled out onto the flat roof or does it need afixing?


The matting can be rolled out without fixing, and will resist uplift in wind speeds up to 95mph. Fixing clips are available but almost never purchased, as there is no way to fix them without puncturing the roof membrane

Posted by Tony | 2016-04-11 11:44:44

What is the best way to cut this product - a client has asked us to fit this but needed to be cut into three separate lengths and need to include enough time to cut this up. Thanks.


The product can be cut with a Stanley knife, it is best to dip the blade in soapy water or detergent to help overcome the friction. A handsaw can also be used.

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