The Evadale rubber backed mat is manufactured from 100% skid resistant nitrile rubber backing and tufted nylon plus pile. It includes ultra grip cleats to minimise movement. These mats are designed for use on tiled, timber or lino surfaces. Its crush-resistant pile traps dirt and extends performance life. Anti-trip edging ensures mat remains flat at all times. Fully machine washable; can be tumble dried. 9 colours and 4 sizes available.
Safety and Usage Advice
Non-slip mats are only suitable for dry areas. If water penetrates beneath the mat, grip function may be impeded and injury may result.
Contact Supplier for Details
- Evadale Healthcare - http://www.evadale.com.au/products/falls-prevention/indoor-mat/
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Medium: 600mm x 850mm
Model Large: 850mm x 1200mm
Model X Large: 850mm x 1450mm
Model Small: 450mm x 700mm
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|RM-4570-||0.0 - 0.0 (27.50)||unknown||unknown||Via order|
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