Interlocking Rubber Ring Mat, 14mm thick
Interlocking Rubber Ring Mat, 14mm
Size: 910mm x 910mm (3ft x 3ft) 14mm thick
Suitable for many uses including: restaurants/bars, entrances, swimming pools, kitchens and industrial workstations. Can be used outdoors.
- Built-in connectors allow for coverage of large areas
- Reduces impact breakages
- Hygenic and easy to clean
- Concealed joints for an tidy appearance
- 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
- Open grid
- Backing type
Would a ball bonce on the matting? The Rubber matting
Hello and thank you for your enquiry. It would depend on the type of ball, but generally speaking the rubber would absorb the ball's energy and cause the bounce height to be reduced. I hope this helps.
Hi. I want this for a doormat outside mat for the front of my house under a canopy.
Is it a scraper type mat please.
Hi and thanks for your enquiry. This is not a scraper mat, the top surface is flat with no protrusions. A more suitable entrance mat would be this one: http://www.duratex.co.uk/rubber-matting/47-rubber-ring-mat-bevelled-12mm-thick.html
Looking for matting to go on decking at poolside (outdoor). Do you supply edging strips to reduce the possibility of tripping ( children use pool). Thanks
Good afternoon. Yes, edging strips are available for this product. Please click the 'Accessories' tab underneath the pricing info on the product page. For barefoot areas we recommend Heronrib, Ultima or Floorline from our Anti-Slip Matting products, as they are formulated with anti-microbial additives.
what colours do you do you your interlocking ring mats in?
Hi Douglas, just the black colour in the photos I'm afraid.
We have used other external mats and the one problem we have found is that they do blow away. How good are yours ?
We supply a denser matting type called Crossgrip, which can resist uplift in winds of up to 95mph. Otherwise outdoor matting should be fixed down or removed during high winds.