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Safety Matting


S R L


C B


Waterhorse Entrance Mats


Extremely hard wearing polypropylene loop pile surface. • Rugged nitrile rubber backing for longer life span. • Effectively retains moisture from shoes. • Reinforced raised moulded pattern surface scrapes dirt as well as moisture. • Raised edges contain dirt and moisture, protecting floors. • Easy to clean – vacuum or hose. • Holds up to 5.4 litres water/m2


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• Thickness: 7mm. • Five colours available. Please replace the asterisk(*) in the product code with the colour reference of your choice.


C Polyplush Entrance Mats


Keep dirt and dust out! • This carpet surface is made of durable, 100% continuous filament olefin, bonded to a stain-resistant, slip-resistant base.


• Colours: Charcoal (C), Slate Blue (SB), Green (G), Red (R) & Brown (B). • Thickness: 6mm. • To order replace the asterisk (*) with the letter of the colour you require. • Please allow one week for delivery.


Code Size (WxL)


CM73(*) 600x900mm CM74(*) 900x1500mm CM75(*) 1200x1800mm


Price


£24.95 £57.95 £79.95


SB G R B


Code Size (WxL)


CM57A* 600x900mm CM57B* 900x1500mm CM57C* 1200x1800mm


Price


£56.50 £147.00 £225.00


Coir Matting Traditional entrance matting made with natural fibres


for excellent scraping purposes. • Suitable for use in entrance wells. • Fibres are bonded to heavy-duty PVC backing. Fibre density: • 17mm = 3 kg yarn per m2 • 23mm = 3.5 kg yarn per m2


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• Easily cleaned using a vacuum cleaner or simply by shaking out the dirt.


• Thickness: 17mm or 23mm. • Colour: Natural. • Available in linear meter lengths up to 6 meters. Please replace the asterisk in the product code with the length in meters that you require (1 – 6).


Code Width Fibre Density


FLS05A* 1m 17mm FLS05B* 1m 23mm FLS05C* 2m 17mm FLS05D* 2m 23mm


Price


£46.95 £89.95 £65.95 £117.00


Heavy-duty Rubber Entrance Mat Extremely tough rubber matting for a long life span in


demanding outdoor conditions. • Holes allow debris to fall through the mat. • Ideal for busy pedestrian areas. • Suitable for wet, icy or snow prone locations. • Conforms to Slip Resistance Test EN 13552 Category R10. • Thickness: 23mm. • Colour: Black.


Code Size (WxL) CM45 1000x1500mm


Price £82.95


Cotton Plush Entrance Mats


An economical and washable entrance mat. • Offers exceptional absorbency of water and liquids. • 100% carpet surface. • Flexible PVC backing suitable for occasional washing cycles. • Can be laundered in a domestic washing machine (600x900mm and 900x1200mm sizes).


• Thickness: 9mm. • Colours: A = Blue, B = Black/Steel, C = Black/White, D = Brown.


• To order replace the asterisk (*) with the letter of your colour choice.


Finger Tip Entrance Mats


Ideal for use in all weather conditions. • This brush mat is made from natural rubber and consists of thousands of fingers that scrape debris from the sole of the shoe.


• All debris falls between the flexible fingers preventing any being walked into the building. • It can easily be cleaned by either shaking or hosing down. • Colour: Black. • Thickness: 16mm. • Please allow one week for delivery.


Code Size (WxL) CM54A 600x800mm CM54B 800x1000mm CM54C 900x1800mm


150 Great choice, over 17,000 product lines available Price


£39.95 £57.95 £110.00


Code Size (WxL) CM12A* 600x900mm CM12C* 900x1500mm


A B C D


Price


£42.50 £88.50


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