FlexeCork Interlocking Cork Rubber Tile 3/8 Inch
Top Features for FlexeCork Interlocking Cork Rubber Tile 3/8 Inch
- Cork rubber mix for designer look
- Interlocking tiles require no glue
- Easy assembly
- Made in the USA
- Lower rubber smell
- Recycled cork and rubber content
Fatigue Relief, Environment Installations, Gym Floors, Basement Flooring, Commercial Rubber Flooring
Flexecork cork rubber flooring 3/8 inch thickness offers a range of patterns and colors that make a singular design statement, while helping preserve the environment.
3x3 ft tile size. This cork rubber blend flooring tile product is a high quality recycled rubber material made using scrap rubber from the recycling of truck tires and virgin rubber materials, saving energy, reducing oil consumption and keeping millions of pounds of tire waste out of landfills.
Flexecork interlocking cork and rubber flooring tiles are designed for any application where extreme use and abuse are present. In addition, it can be used where ever traditional resilient flooring is installed. Its shock absorbency, non-skid properties, wear resistance and wide range of colors make it the right choice for all of your flooring needs. After interlock, each tile provides coverage of 8.25 square feet.
14 tile minimum order.
For regular cleaning damp mop with hot water and a neutral Ph cleaner, such as Taski Profi.Shipping
Ships via freight delivery, shrink wrapped on pallets.
This Product Ships Freight Only.
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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.
SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|Material Type||Cork Rubber Blend|
|SF per Item||8.25|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||50|
|Interlock Loss||0.12 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 60|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Colored flec|
|Installation Method||Interlocking, dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 years limited|
Q & A⌃ Back to top
Is this material strong enough for rowing machine and a stepper to stand on? The machinery won't leave marks on the tiles?