Dog Bone Outdoor Paver Tiles 1.75 Inch V2 Black
Dog Bone Black Outdoor Paver Tiles, 1.75 Inch Black Equine Rubber Tiles
Top Features for Dog Bone Outdoor Paver Tiles 1.75 Inch V2 Black
- Outstanding performance and longevity
- Excellent shock absorption and protection
- Exceptional durability with comfort and resilience
- Slip-resistant even when wet
- Easy to install and maintain
- Can be adhered or loose laid depending on sub base
- Controls bacteria and dust, Made from nearly 100% recycled tire rubber
- Low cost and environmentally-friendly
Paddock Areas, Barn Aisleways, Winners' Circles, Tunnels, Wash Stall, Horse Paths
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Those who need a thick, durable, and easy to install flooring in indoor or outdoor locations will love the versatility of the Dog Bone Outdoor Paver Tiles 1.75 Inch Black product.
Unique Manufacturing Process
These dog bone equine rubber pavers deliver a long lasting surface that's perfect to use in paddock areas, barn aisleways, walkway tunnels, horse paths, wash stalls, and even winner's circles. The rubber material used in the construction of these dog bone rubber tiles provides just the right combination of cushioning for the horses, and it's durable enough to give you a 3-year manufacturer's warranty.
These dog bone outdoor paver tiles are manufactured using a proprietary re-bonding process, which is capable of converting 100% premium quality recycled rubber into a pristine, clean, low-cost rubber material that contains superior physical properties.
The cobblestone design in our dog bone equine rubber pavers enhances the appearance of any equine surface. Rather than having horses walk and stand on dirty or muddy areas that can become slippery and dangerous, our PaveSafe barn aisle paver system replaces it with a safe material.
These dog bone rubber tiles will give you the support you're seeking in both wet and dry conditions, Our rubber path pavers reduce the risk of injury for horses, riders, and groomers. Similarly, the rubber material in the dog bone outdoor paver tiles offers cushioning and anti-shock properties that will help horses avoid sore joints.
Additionally, these dog bone cobblestone patio tiles have bacteria and dust controlling properties, making it a safer and healthier surfacing for horses.
Because these dog bone rubber tiles are a Made in the USA product, you can count on the quality of the materials used in the construction. With a Shore A 60 material hardness rating, this flooring is tough.
When you're looking for a style of barn aisle paver that is easier to handle than traditional rubber flooring made for use around horses, our dog bone equine rubber pavers are small enough to be easily carried, moved, and installed.
Each of these dog bone rubber tiles measures 0.65 by 0.52 feet and weighs 2.5 pounds and covers 0.29 square feet of coverage. You will use 3.42 rubber path pavers per square foot of coverage. The individual dog bone cobblestone patio tiles fit easily inside each other without the need for an interlocking process. Additionally, these dog bone equine rubber pavers are available in full and half sizes for convenient installation in any equestrian application.
Our customer service team can help you figure out how many dog bone equine rubber pavers you need to complete your installation area. Because the Dog Bone Outdoor Paver Tiles 1.75 Inch Black product has an odd shape, it can be difficult to calculate the exact number of tiles you need to cover a particular area.
Also available in green, terra cotta and gray colors.
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|SF per Item||0.29|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||500|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 60|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 Years|
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Will the floor be water permeable with these? Will water permeate between the pavers?