The Coba Deckplate Connect is highly durable anti fatigue matting. These interlocking foam mats are designed to achieve effective coverage of any size or shaped area.
Interlocking Foam Mats
Deckplate Connect have an interlocking design which allows you to quickly lay the tiles into practically any configuration. The three tile types mean your flooring can take on any shape and limitless size.
The anti fatigue mats are designed to provide a more comfortable surface underfoot. It is perfect for use in areas such as packing stations, assembly areas, production lines and other dry indoor areas where frequent turning may occur.
The standing mats are available in black with ramped edges therefore reducing the risk of trip hazards in the workplace.
It is incredibly easy to install, clean and replace. The PVC surface provides good anti-slip protection and limited resistance to chemical and oil spills.
How does an anti-fatigue mat work?
The anti fatigue mats are fitted with a comfortable foam cushion for fatigue relief.
Anti fatigue mats are used to decrease foot and lower limb disorders which are most common for employees that stand in a set position for long periods. Continuous standing can cause discomfort, tiredness, sore feet, legs, knees or hips.
These issues can also be caused by other factors including the design of the work, footwear and flooring materials.
Anti fatigue mats are recommended when resilient floors are not practical. These absorb the shock due to walking and this cushioned effect reduces foot fatigue.
Why choose Deckplate Connect?
Choose from middle, end and corner tiles to cover the required area.
The Deckplate Connect weighs just 2kg so can be easily transported to the area of use.
The interlocking modules are designed to cover large or unusual floor areas. Simply connect them together to create a seamless anti-fatigue surface.
The Deckplate Connect rubber floor mats are suitable for operating temperatures of between 0°C to +60°C. It is fire tested to BS EN 13501-1.
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