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Heavy Duty Rubber Mat, 17mm thick -
Heavy Duty Rubber Mat, 17mm thick -
Heavy Duty Rubber Mat, 17mm thick -
Heavy Duty Rubber Mat, 17mm thick -
Heavy Duty Rubber Mat, 17mm thick -
Heavy Duty Rubber Mat, 17mm thick -

Heavy Duty Rubber Mat, 17mm thick

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Size: 1830mm x 1220mm (6ft x 4ft)

Thickness: 17mm

Heavy duty rubber mat for gyms, weight rooms, stables and industrial applications.

*** Please note this product will be delivered on an oversize pallet ***

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Heavy Duty Rubber Mat, 17mm thick

heavy-duty rubber mat with a easy-sweep amoebic surface pattern. Featuring excellent anti-slip properties it is Ideal for gyms, stables and industrial applications.


  • Heavy duty solid construction
  • Ribbed backing for uni-directional drainage
  • Excellent anti-slip properties
  • Amoebic easy-sweep surface texture
  • Protects floors
  • Reduces impact breakages
1.83m x 1.22m (6ft x 4ft)
Natural Rubber (NR)
UV resistant
Surface type
Easy sweep
Backing type
Posted by: Chloe | 2021-02-17 16:58:29

Could you use this for an office chair to help save carpet from the wheels?


Hi, this mat would be slightly overkill to be honest. There is a type of product called a keyhole mat which is more suitable for this purpose. Unfortunately we no longer supply these but they are widely available. I hope this helps.

Posted by: Paul Tynan | 2018-11-07 10:52:38

We need some gym floor matting that will sit on top of wooden floorboards. Will this mat sit directly on top of the floorboards or is it best to have something between the mat and the boards?


Hello and thank you for your enquiry. This mat can sit directly on the floor boards, the only reason to put something in between would be to stop the rubber from marking the floor underneath.

Posted by: Terry Chelton | 2018-08-16 11:32:48

Hi ,
Is the mat easy to cut and shape if needed


Hi Terry, it is quite thick so it takes a bit of effort, but the best way is to use a stanley knife or a hand-saw and lubricate with fairy liquid or soapy water to overcome the friction between the blade and the rubber.

Posted by: Janet Crosskey | 2018-03-24 21:25:05

Will it be alright to put this under a washing machine?


Yes that should be fine. Since this product can't be rolled, delivery for one mat would be quite expensive though. You could also try the RM/0911 which is a similar thickness and is cheaper to deliver.

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