Interlocking Rubber Mat, 16mm thick
Interlocking rubber floor matting
Size: 91cm x 91cm (3ft x 3ft) 16mm thickness
- Protects floor from heavy or vibrating equipment
- Reduces fatigue by up to 50%
- Reduces impact breakages
- Insulates feet from cold and vibration
- Increases comfort, well-being and productivity
- Anti-slip textured surface for traction in wet conditions
- Gyms/fitness centres
- Weight rooms
- Garage floor
- Assembly lines
- Access ramps
- Natural Rubber (NR)
- ° Shore A +/- 5° (DIN 53519): 55
- Temperature resistance
- -30 / +70°C
- Elongation at break
- 300% (DIN 53504)
- Ultimate tensile strength
- 4 MPa (DIN 53504)
- UV resistant
- Chemical, oil and acid resistant
- Surface type
- Tile effect
- Backing type
Hi, would these mats be suitable for a top floor gym. I am moving to a different premises and am on the top floor. Would they stop the vibrations on the floor below me?
Hi Orla, and thank you for your enquiry. The mats would reduce any vibrations, but we can't promise they will be eliminated entirely as this would depend on the structure of the building. Personally I would opt for the 17mm Heavy Duty Mat, as it is more or less solid and thus even better at reducing vibrations. I hope this helps. Please don't hesitate to contact us via the contact form for any further assistance.
Presumably there will be heavy rubber smell immediately post installation. I had something similar put in home gym and that smelt of rubber for 4 years. I am looking to put in the garage which acts as a kitchen joining utility so no smell is critical. Is there a way to get rid of it?
They do have a rubber smell but it is not very strong. One way to remove the smell is to soak them in white vinegar, scrub and then clean with soapy water. Airing them outside also helps.
Are they completely rigid rubber or quite soft? I am
Looking to place in the garage where I have steel
Frame shelving would they require coasters or can go direct onto this?
Hello and thank you for your enquiry. They are flexible but very tough so I think it would be fine, but ultimately it would depend on the size and shape of the feet and the load etc. If you would like a small sample to test with please send us a message via the contact form.
Would these mats be suitable for jump rope training.
Hi and thank you for your enquiry. I think they would be quite suitable for this purpose. If you would like to receive a small sample to evaluate, please send us the address via our contact form.
Do the RM/0911 mats require an expansion gap if used to cover an entire floor in a ground floor room/home gym of a normal house? Many thanks.
Hi. An expansion gap is not required.