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Whatever your matting needs are, a global provider of products in this sector is always going to be a good choice. Milliken Mats are just that, offering a choice of textile mats and matting systems to ensure the best possible protection against dust and dirt.

Milliken Mats provide matting solutions for every environment; outdoor, indoor and special usage. Each product in those three areas is specially designed to fulfil a particular function, enabling you to select a coordinated combination of mats for maximum floor protection.

Cero Scraper Plus The Cero Scraper Plus product line provides the ultimate solution against dust and dirt, stopping them literally at the door and minimising the hazard of slippery floors.

The Cero Scraper Plus range consists of textile mats tufted from successive rows of solution dyed monofilament polyamide fibres – that work as tough scrapers - combined with a high twist and heat set bicolour multifilament yarn which is designed for dirt and moisture absorption.

The mats are available in different sizes and in a functional dark grey colour. Its unique pile construction combined with a long-lasting washable rubber backing offers a superior performance in terms of function and long-term appearance retention, even after repeated industrial wash cycles.

From post-industrial and post-consumer waste to


sustainable polymer. Milliken and its customers are in a transition period moving towards more sustainable raw materials usage and products that do good for the world. The evidence of this commitment is the project regarding the use of 100% recycled polyamide to produce a full range of solution dyed mats with total compatibility with the existing WOM®

product line

in terms of aesthetics and performance

Anti-fatigue concept : Comfort®

, Comfort Plus

and UltraFlowTM Manufactured from premium quality nitrile rubber, Comfort®

, Comfort Plus and

Ultraflow™ mats are water resistant, resilient to impact and easy to clean through industrial laundry process. They also resist oil and solvents, while reducing noise at work. These mats offer unique cushion and ergonomic properties and the patented rubber construction of Comfort® mats has been tested and approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA).


Colour SymphonyTM The latest generation of dye injection technology allows the creation of hundreds of colours, enabling us to recreate all kinds of details such as 3D effects, photographic reproduction, shading and shadowing on the textile pile.

Our design team has developed an extensive colour bank with a cross- reference tool. This allows you to match the Colour Symphony™ offering with established colour reference systems commonly used in the interior decoration industry.

OBEX® A unique choice of modular tile matting systems suitable for both outdoor and indoor installations.

The innovative Forma™ modular tile concept has no equivalent in combining superior functionality with

Comfort Plus

ease of installation and maintenance at a competitive price. To be used only indoor.

For indoor and outdoor applications, Tergo tiles are

manufactured with heavy duty monofilament textile inserts to work as tough scrapers in first line of defence to any building access.

Ideally both products are complemented by Prior™ tile that is suitable for outdoor use -this completely modular system comes in a 16 or 11 mm thickness to easily integrate within any type of architectural constraint.


• Anti-static properties. • Impervious to chemicals and oil-based products. • Industrially washable through laundry processing.


provides premium

performance in kitchens, bars, freezers, and food processing areas. It will provide cushion comfort and safety.

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