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Rubber Matting: The Different Patterns

Rubber matting is everywhere including work, school and in the home. These mats have different patterns that have different purposes.

Amoebic Pattern

The amoebic pattern is common to stable mats or animal matting. Considered as a standard design for stable mats, its name was derived from the amoebic pattern that is similar to a group of cells or organisms.

Checkered Pattern

Checkered pattern rubber matting is more commonly used in factories or industrial sites. Vehicle rubber matting usually displays this pattern but is also ideal for entrances or any heavy traffic areas.

Open Grid Pattern

This pattern is commonly used in wet areas. Ideal for kitchens, outdoor play areas, swimming pools, shower rooms and changing rooms, this pattern allows water to flow while keeping different areas safe.

Cobble Pattern

Perfect in play areas, cars or animal transporters, the cobble pattern is inspired by small round stones that are used to cover road surfaces.

Ribbed Pattern

Popularly utilised for domestic purposes (can be indoor or outdoor) and for running mats, this pattern is made up of orderly lines to make rows.

The patterns serve as more than aesthetics for rubber matting; each has different characteristics that make it suitable for different applications. Which alternative suits your rubber needs?



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