Rolled Rubber 1/8 Inch Regrind Confetti Pacific
High Quality Regrind Rolled Rubber, Durable Rubber Flooring Rolls
Top Features for Rolled Rubber 1/8 Inch Regrind Confetti Pacific
- Regrind rubber is a second run material offered at a discount pricing
- Economical rubber roll option for light use and underlayment
- Approx 10% color fleck with varying colors in the mix
- Extra small flecks
- Made in the USA
- Made from recycled rubber is a green product
- MAS Certified Green
Home Gym Flooring, Locker Rooms, Golf Course Facilities, Basements
1/8 Inch Confetti Rolled Rubber is a high quality regrind rolled rubber flooring. This rolled rubber flooring is a second run regrind material made from recycled tires.
Rolled Rubber is an ideal flooring solution for home gyms, basements or locker rooms.
Use 1/8 inch for underlayment and very light duty installations. Not recommemended for commercial installations.
This rolled rubber flooring is an economical rubber flooring option because the material is a second run regrind material, made from the scraps of first run material. Color is very inconsistent and can be all over the map, no guarantees about the look of the material are offered in any way. Generally the material is similar in look to the images shown.
Please Note: Cut lengths for rolled rubber products are provided as a courtesy at no additional cost to customers. In some cases, the manufacturer may provide a cut length within two pieces of material. In other cases, the manufacturer may send material that is over or under the specified linear footage. In all cases, the manufacturer is required to supply the overall amount of material per order. It is common for rolled rubber jobs to have butt seams or cut end seams within one roll or run.
This cost effective and long lasting rolled rubber flooring features a 5 year warranty.
Roller rubber flooring Pacific is easy to install and is extremely durable. Even better, it's a green building product that can help architects and builders achieve LEED Points.
Materials - Recycled SBR tire rubber, dynamically bound
Size - 4 ft wide x 1/8 inch thickness
Tolerances - Certified top height to +/- .010
Installation - Full-spread glue down
Maintenance - Damp mop and let dry
Warranty - 5 years materials and workmanship (pro-rated basis)
Density - ASTM D3676 68.3 lbs/cubic foot
Hardness - ASTM D2240 Shore A60 +/-5
Slip Resistance - ASTM D C1028 Friction Coefficient .084-.090
Abrasion - ASTM D4060 2,000 cycles taber abraser 1kg, .329-.35g loss
Chemicals - Resistant to most acids and chlorine
Compliant with the performance standards established for low-emitting flooring under the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) and the LEED Pilot Credit 21: Low-Emitting Interiors programs.
Several LEED points available
Sweep or vacuum daily. Scrub with deck brush and neutral pH cleaner. Remove solution with a wet/dry vacuum.Shipping
Shrink wrapped on pallets and shipped via freight delivery from Southern California.
This Product Ships Freight Only.
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|SF per Item||1.00|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||1000|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 65|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Black with color flecks|
|Installation Method||Tape or glue down on hard flat surface|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year limited|
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Does this need to be installed with adhesive? Or can I just put the pieces on a wood/vinyl floor without adhesive? I'm just using it as a runner in a couple places as 2'x10'.
Shipped to the wrong address! Taking twice as long as expected. Set up a drop off time and got a call back stating that it was there drivers day off the same day it was supposed to be delivered. I scheduled the drop off the day before. I have so many more complaints but don?t have the time or patience to write it all out. However he manager at Greatmats was great. Followed up with me and made sure things were clear. The real problem is the freight company the work with. Fortunately they?re going to avoid them and use a different freight service.