Rubber Matting

Boost performance with rubber flooring

Rubber polymer is the starting point for high quality, high performance flooring solutions. Our rubber polymers have a wide range of valued characteristics such as durability, sound insulating properties and vibration dampening qualities. We use our expertise in polymer engineering to refine these characteristics, boost performance and optimize various resistance functions to provide the best solutions for specific applications. 

Boost performance with rubber flooring

Our rubber flooring is designed to resist wear and withstand heavy traffic.

Safety

The outstanding non-slip properties of our solutions are proven and recognized worldwide. 

Comfort

Our rubber flooring is sound insulating, dampens vibrations and is comfortable to stand and walk on. 

Rubber flooring for industrial workplaces

Floor finder: industrial workplaces

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CHECKER
  • Non-slippery
  • Thermal and acoustic insulation
  • Noise, vibration, and cold propagation reduction
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CHECKER PLUS
  • Good scratch resistance
  • High dimensional and color stability
  • Thermal and acoustic insulation
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CIRCULAR
  • Prevents the risk of persons falling
  • Visibility
  • Easy to clean and low maintenance
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CIRCULAR PLUS
  • High dimensional and color stability
  • Good scratch resistance
  • Noise, vibration, and cold propagation reduction
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GROOVED
  • High dimensional and color stability
  • Good scratch resistance
  • Acoustic insulation
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GROOVED +
  • High dimensional and color stability
  • Good scratch resistance
  • Acoustic insulation
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OILMAT
  • Oil and hydrocarbon resistant matting
  • Conductor of electricity
  • Easy to clean and low maintenance
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Storage

Conditions

In the majority of products based on vulcanised rubber, storage for a certain period inevitably induces changes in the physical properties of the stored products.
Consequently, these products may not have their ultimate performance characteristics if stored for a length of time before use (for example, an excess hardness, softening of the rubber or cracks and other surface deteriorations).
These changes may result from one particular factor or from a combination of factors, namely the effect of oxygen, ozone, light, heat and humidity.
The adverse effects of these factors may be minimised by a careful choice of the storage conditions.

Protective measurements

Storage area requirements
Cool: Optimum temperature is 10° C.
It must not drop below 0° C nor exceed +30° C.
However, should the temperature fall below 0° C, simply take the precaution of re-warning

the pieces of rubber slowly before handling them in order to avoid any risk of damage.
Relatively dry: Maintain a relative humidity between 45 and 70% as excessive dryness is harmful for the rubber.
Temporary deviations are however allowed. 
Light ventilation: Ventilation shall be as light as possible, avoiding any draughts.
Heating: Keep the storing place away from heat and steam sources.
Lightning: During storage, exposition to sunlight or any other light source rich in ultraviolet radiation must be avoided.
Cleanliness: Oil, greases and chemicals must not be stored in the same room or should at least be kept separate from, Provide adequate protection against rodents and insects.

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Trelleborg delivers innovative, high performance rubber flooring solutions that maximize performance to meet your specific business needs. Our dedicated and highly skilled staff are always on hand to provide seamless process support from initial idea to delivery and beyond.

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