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- Made from 100% recycled rubber tires
- Heavy duty for lasting durability
- Superior traction, ADA compliant
- Can be used in areas with cleats and spikes
- Comfortable to walk on and low maintenance
- Slip resistant rubber surface
- Glue down with PL Premium urethane based floor adhesive or similar
- For indoor or outdoor installations
Entrance Mats, Doorway Flooring, Outdoor Entrance Mats, Entryways, Cement Slabs
Super heavy-duty tire strips, buffed to a chenille finish outlasts many of its competitors. Recycled tire rubber floor tile creates a cost effective and a most desirable, non-slip entrance for heavy traffic areas.
Our Recycled Tire Rubber Floor Tiles are made from discarded recycled automotive truck tires and have been used in heavy-wear areas including airports, commercial buildings, department stores, golf pro shops and more.
Made from selected truck and airplane rubber tires.This rubber floor tile is a product of choice for many new offices and public entrances. Super heavy duty tire strips, buffed to a chenille finish will outlast many of its competition. Cost effective and very desirable, features a non slip entrance tile that is created for heavy traffic.
100% recycled eco-friendly product makes a statement at your entrance!
2 lbs per tile. Flammability meets FF1-70
Each tile is 12 x 12 x 3/8 inches. Sold by the carton of 25 tiles each.
Made from selected truck tires, the Recycled Tire Tile remains the product of choice for many offices and public entrances.
Clean by sweeping, vacuum, or spray with hose.
Ships in cartons via ground or freight delivery.
This Product Ships UPS Ground, FedEx Ground and/or Freight.
Please review our shipping disclaimer.
NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
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|SF per Item||25.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||25|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 45|
|Installation Method||Glue down|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited lifetime|
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