MATS DIRECT UK LTD
BOLHOLT INDUSTRIAL PARK
LANCASHIRE BL8 1PL
Tel: 0845 370 6785 / 0161 797 6785
Fax: 0845 370 6786 / 0161 797 6349
Suppliers of: Entrance door mat, entrance matwell, advertising logo mats, electrical switchboard matting, rubber pvc sheet, interlocking gym flooring, entrance matwell frame, outdoor mat
MATS DIRECT UK LTD have over 25 years experience in the entrance matting, mat and flooring industries. We design and produce some of the most innovative products available.
We are fully compliant with the current BS8300/1994 DDA regulations where specified and our matting is manufactured to ISO 9002. By bringing together the very best in traditional manufacturing skills and materials whilst using the most sophisticated digital design technology many of our products are unique and are supplied direct.
Our extensive Range of mats and matting include:
Entrance Matting Systems, Door Mats & Outdoor Mats.
Mats Direct UK are leading UK manufacturers and suppliers of primary and secondary entrance matting systems. We supply entrance matwells, entrance Door Matting and door mats. Our entrance matwells are tested to SATRA TM144 for slip resistance and they all achieved a HIGH resistance to slipping in both wet and dry conditions.
We supply bespoke entrance mattwells for use in both light, medium and heavy traffic entrance floor areas. In both wet and dry conditions where maximum floor protection is vital safety requirement Mats Direct UK will have a entrance matting system to suit your requirements.
Logo Mats, Image Mat, Personalised Matting. Advertising Printed Carpet.
Customised entrance logo door mats, printed floor mats and hand inlaid carpets. Matsdirect promotional POS or POP advertising media mats have been developed by using advanced printing. Our advertising mats create sharp graphics in full colour. Advertising mats are manufactured using a stiffened rubber waffle back tile and a smooth woven polyester fabric top surface and are widely used for brand promotion, advertising and educational use.
Rubber Matting, Flooring Sheet & Rolls, Interlocking Tiles, PVC Plastic Mats.
Mats Direct UK manufacture and supply extensive ranges of rubber matting these include Suresafe playground safety flooring tiles that are manufactured from re-cycled Rubber tyres and the rubber granules.
We also supply roll out non slip safety mats in rubber, PVC interlocking floor tiles and anti-fatigue matting.
ASTM D178, IEC 61111, BS921 Electrical Mat, Rubber switchboard safety matting anti-static mats
For the prevention of electrical shocks whilst working with electrical switchboards and switchgear our electrical swichboard safety matting is fully compliant and tested to ASTM D178, BS921, and IEC61111 for all classes of High Voltage & Low Voltage electrical switchboards.
We also supply electrical Anti-Static matting for workbenches and PVC static dissipative anti-static floor mats. Fully certified, stamped and tested to 11Kv, 15kv, 20Kv, 30Kv, 40kv, 50Kv.
Door Mats, Chair Mat, Rubber Entrance Matting. Carpet Runners.
Our brush effect cut pile zonal barrier carpet runners have excellent absorbency, dirt and debris confinement and can be can be used as a matwell carpet. We also supply internal carpeted matting and internal rubber mats. Available in Standard sizes or custom made.
Gym mats, interlocking Martial arts floor tiles, folding exercise crash matting.
Sports Mats direct have comprehensive ranges of Sports mats, gym mats, interlocking mats. We supply lightweight and folding exercise crash mats along with interlocking Tatami Martial arts mats. Filled with Poroflex Synthetic leather or soft PVC covers, reinforced corners, hand grips, anti-slip bottom covers and velcro connecting mats.
Our sports mats include features such as anti-slip, washable, impermeable, anti-fungal, antibacterial and hypo-allergenic properties. Our products are designed to bring cost effective solutions to Retail, Industrial, Commercial, Governmental, Health & Educational organisations.
The Types of Matting Materials & Knowing What Is Best
When it comes to shopping for a matting solution for an entrance way, it can be overwhelming to see the many materials that mats can be made from. From rubber matting to coir matting, it's hard to know what's best for what you need. There are many situations where we may need matting and one of the most common situations is the entrance to your building. But what material is best to use as an entrance matting system?
There are many different materials that can be utilised when it comes to entrance matting and each have their benefits. Rubber matting is great for non-slip situations. Aluminium matting is virtually indestructible. Coir matting is hard-wearing and PVC matting can be easily and quickly installed. But if you're unsure of which is best for you, this handy guide will delve deeper into the advantages and disadvantages of all your options. Helping you to decide what type of matting will work for you in your entrance walkway or reception area.
Rubber matting is one of the most common matting solutions that we come across and rightly so as it has several benefits that are beneficial to businesses. Rubber matting is ideal for situations where non-slip is important, whether that being outside or inside. Making it great for busy entrances and corridors, especially when the weather is particularly bad. Rubber matting is one of the easiest forms of matting to fit, being very quick and easy to install without needing any special tools. This type of matting is also ideal for those companies who are wanting to add that personal touch via a logo.
If you're looking for something strong and sturdy, aluminium matting may be the one for you. It is a completely indestructible option that looks visually attractive due to its shiny appearance. With this range of matting, there is a vast choice of infill options available so that you can style them out to suit your needs. Unlike rubber matting, the aluminium alternative can span voids due to it's safe and sturdy nature and can be used both inside and in partly covered entrance areas.
With aluminium matting, because of how well designed it is, it can be an expensive option. It requires specialist fitting due to it's complicated construction and should only be used on areas that aren't exposed to elements that may cause slips and falls due to its surface.
Coir matting, also known as coconut matting is a great option for those that are on a budget and are looking to place a mat in an entrance way where there is low footfall. Due to its fibres, it is best placed inside as it can be slow drying, but when placed properly, coir matting can be hard wearing. It is a style of matting that can be created in lots of different colours to attract business and can also include logo placement. These mats are also super easy to install, much like rubber matting where no special skills and/or tools are needed.
An issue of coir matting is that the coconut fibres shed during wear which mat mean additional cleaning to keep the surrounding area looking tidy. They are also only able to be cleaned themselves by lifting and shaking them outside due to the fibres. If you're looking for something more colourful, you may be best looking at our last option below.
Various types of PVC matting are widely available in a full range of colours, meaning that logos tend to look absolutely fantastic on this type of matting. PVC tiles are usually supplied in boxes and are super easy for individuals to fit and lock together if they are interlocking tiles. This type of matting is also really easily replaced if any part of the matting is damaged and can be delivered quickly due to the ready-made stock. If the floor is uneven, you may be required to level the floor first but the finish will be worth the preparation.
The only downsides to this matting is that it can be difficult to clean due to their open and closed systems. This type of matting is also slippery when placed in wet areas, so placement must be carefully thought out.
Various kinds of matting materials can be used for a range of situations and all come with their own advantages and disadvantages. If you are still unsure of the type of entrance matting that you need, our team will be more than happy to assist and advise you on which kind of matting may be best. You can send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or gives us a call on 0161 797 6785.
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