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ErgoFlex 1/2 Inch Custom Cut Lengths Black

SKU# A135-45-270-Custom

ErgoFlex 1/2 Inch Custom Lengths Black, Ergonomic Mat, Fatigue Cushion Mat

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Reg: $4.17/sf - $4.17/sqft
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Top Features for ErgoFlex 1/2 Inch Custom Cut Lengths Black

  1. Buoyant ErgoFlex foam reduces pressure pain caused from prolonged standing
  2. Handles most common fluids, and stays buoyant even at low temperatures
  3. Beveled edges and aggressive surface texture for extra safety
  4. Stimulates muscles and blood flow
  5. Anti slip traction
  6. Anti fatigue
  7. Made in the USA
Use Types

Anti Fatigue Mats, Packing and Shipping, Machine Shops, Lab and Service Counters, Industrial Fatigue Mat


. The aggressive, pebble-embossed surface enhances traction and durability. This mat also acts as a shock-absorber for fallen tools. Special formulated foam with enhanced cell structure offers ultimate ergonomic support. Contact customer service for more information. Shipping

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NOTE: This item is a custom order and is not returnable.

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SKU# A135-45-270-Custom
In Stock Yes
Product Type Mat
Material Type Foam
Product Edging Straight
Thickness 1/2 inch
Width 0.00 feet
Length 0.00 feet
SF per Item 1.00
Weight 1.00 lbs
Packaging Cartons
Number of Pieces per Package Type 1
Non Absorbent Yes
Special Adhesives No
Interlock Loss 0.00 feet
Interlocking Connections No
Made In USA
Surface Finish Pebble
Surface Design Solid color
Installation Method Lay flat
UV Treated No
Reversible No
Border Strips Included No
Manufacturer Warranty 3 year limited
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