4x8 Ft x 3/4 Inch Eco Rubber Floor Mats Natural
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Top Features for 4x8 Ft x 3/4 Inch Eco Rubber Floor Mats Natural
- Flat one side, anti-skid, wire mesh texture surface on opposite side
- Both sides non-porous
- Loose lay on smooth, flat surface
- No adhesive required
- Natural color with white fleck in the black base
Gym Mats, Rubber Gym Flooring, Home Gym Floors, Weight Room Gym Floors, Stall Mats, Horse Mats
These 4x8 horse stall mats are durable, versatile, and ideal for agricultural use, flooring in weight rooms and even flooring in CrossFit gyms.
These rubber stall mats 4x8 are durable, strong and built to perform in a variety of settings. Crafted from SBR bonded granular black recycled rubber, these mats have a weight of 3.8 pounds per square foot. This density means that the mats can withstand tremendous amounts of weight without being damaged. These mats can be heavy to move, but once in place you can rest assured that they aren't going anywhere, even with horse, human and vehicle traffic.
These mats are smooth on one side, while the opposite side has an anti-skid wire mesh texture to provide plenty of grip. Both sides of the mat are non-porous, ensuring that liquids won't permeate through the mat.
A 4x8 stall mat can serve countless uses around your farm.
Freight delivery only, oversized product, no liftgate option available, customer must be able to unload the material off the truck.
These 4x8 rubber stall mats provide a supportive yet forgiving surface in any horse stall. Stall mats can help to keep horses from churning up or digging into the sand or clay base of a stall. These mats are also a great way to soften the hard and fatiguing surface of a concrete stall base. Stall mats help to prevent urine from pooling in the base of a stall, and make for an overall healthier stall environment.
A matted stall is easier to clean, since horses cannot dig down into or churn up a sand or clay stall base. This makes for lighter bedding, since sand doesn't get mixed in to weigh it down, and keeps your bedding cleaner, longer. If you're dealing with a concrete stall base, rubber stall mats can help to prevent health issues, such as fatigue and sore muscles, which can occur when horses spend long hours standing on concrete. These stall mats will also help to prevent some of the cold of the concrete from traveling to your horse's body during the winter. This amounts to a well-rested horse ready to perform at his best.
Because stall mats are a firm yet forgiving surface, you can put down less bedding while still giving your horse the cushion that he needs to be able to lie down comfortably. You will also throw out less bedding with each cleaning, and you can muck a matted stall faster than an un-matted one. When you have a large barn and paid help, the savings that these 4x8 stall mats can provide over the course of a year are significant.
These 4x8 horse stall mats can have other positive implications for your equestrian business. Matted stalls are considered a luxury by many equestrians, and matting your stalls can help to draw clients. Between the savings in bedding and labor and the increased incentive for boarders to consider your facility, can you afford not to invest in these stall mats?
Greatmats offers 4x8 stall mats at an economical price. At just over $2 per square foot, matting a single stall is an affordable investment. These stall mats are a practical choice whether you need to mat just a few stalls or an entire equestrian facility.
Not sure just how many mats you will need for a stall? Try our Greatmats Floor Plan Designer/Estimator to find out how to best lay out your stall mats while wasting the least possible material.
These multi-purpose mats are useful for more than just horse stall flooring, though. Durable and tough, these mats can be used to line your horse trailer floors and ramps. Simply cut them to size and you have mats designed to provide your horse with traction while protecting the integrity of your trailer floors. Replacing your trailer floor can run thousands of dollars, and a vet bill from a fallen horse can cost even more than that. These rubber mats are an economical and practical investment in both your trailer and your horse's future.
Stall Kick Pads
Rubber stall mats can also be useful as stall kick pads. Attaching these mats to your horse's stall walls can help to protect a chronic stall kicker's legs from injury. Using these mats as kick pads will also help to protect your stall walls from the extensive damage that a kicker can cause. Thanks to these mats' generous size, you can line a 10x10-foot or 12x12-foot stall with just a few mats at minimal cost.
Barn Aisle Mats
Rubber stall mats are frequently used to line barn aisles. These mats make for a more forgiving surface than concrete or brick aisles do. Additionally, rubber mats offer better traction than concrete does, especially when they get wet. Easy to sweep up and offering a clean, attractive appearance, stall mats may be the perfect way to make your barn aisle safer for both horses and humans.
Grooming and Wash Stall Floors
You might also use these stall mats as flooring for your grooming and wash stalls. With excellent traction and durability, these mats will stand up to the rigorous use that these areas in your barn get.
Traditional concrete flooring gets incredibly slick when wet, so a stall mat in a wash stall is essential. Just be sure that you position the stall mat so that it doesn't cover the drain, or cut a hole into the mat to allow water to reach the drain.
Horses and humans will appreciate the more comfortable surface that stall mats create in grooming stalls, especially when grooms are conducting time-consuming chores like braiding or body clipping. Additionally, hair and dirt won't get trapped in stall mats the same way that they can get caught in the rough surface of asphalt or textured concrete, making for easier clean-up.
But this 4x8 rubber mat has more potential uses than just those on a horse farm. These mats make an excellent choice for gym mats, thanks to their strength and durability.
These rubber mats make excellent rubber gym flooring for high-traffic areas. The surface is firm yet forgiving, and these mats can help to protect the integrity of your gym floor base from excessive wear and tear. Whether you need to mat a commercial gym or a home gym, these mats provide the comfort and safety that you seek.
You might also consider these mats for use as weight room gym floors. Thanks to their density and strength, these rubber mats are excellent for weight lifting spaces. Dropped a free weight? No worry, these mats can hold up to the impact and will not be damaged.
Because these 4x8 horse stall mats are non-permeable, it's easy to clean them - a major advantage when you're working out. You won't have to worry about fluids working their way down to your floor base, and can easily mop up if you need to clean or when you've dropped a water bottle.
These stall mats are great to have around because they are so versatile. Truth is, these are seemingly countless possible applications for these mats. Consider using these mats as a base for exercise equipment so that you can protect your home's floors. You might put rubber stall mats down in your garage for a more comfortable footing option for your workspace. Or use them to line the floor of a barn or other facility. Or put them to use in a cow barn or a barn housing other animals.
The possibilities are endless.
- Choose from smooth finish on one side or anti-skid texture on other side to provide grip and safety when used in horse stalls or horse trailers
- Non-porous surface prevents urine from pooling in the stall floor, and makes for easy cleanup when used in gyms and weight rooms
- Heavy-duty 3/4-inch thick mat won't easily peel or curve up on the edges, meaning less maintenance for you
- Easy, simple installation requires no adhesive
- Durable construction ensures years of use
- Save on bedding costs by using and throwing out less bedding
- Reduce the time it takes to muck out a stall, and save on labor costs as a result
This 4x8 stall mat is easy to clean. Mats can be swept off and hosed down.
For more intense cleaning, use a neutral pH cleaner. Mop the mats, using one bucket for clean water and one bucket for dirty water. A scrub brush can help to clean heavily soiled mats.
Allow stall mats to dry completely before replacing them in a stall or horse trailer.
No lift gate option on this product.
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|SF per Item||32.00|
|Packaging||Shrink Wrapped on Pallets|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||20|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Hardness||Shore A 62|
|Surface Finish||Smooth flat|
|Surface Design||Solid color|
|Installation Method||Dry lay|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 years limited|
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Hello, The advertisement on this says that mat is 4 x 8, but the specifications say that it is 4 x 6. Which is it? I need a mat that is 4 x 8 and 3/4 inch depth. thanks Greg Hayes
How shock and sound absorbing are the mats? Could they be used for Olympic lifting platforms to safely drop weights without significant rebound?
Is the 4x8 3/4 inch mat okay for a treadmill on a carpeted floor
Will this mats be suitable for plyometric training or interval training such as 'insanity' or P90x.
Would these mats be suitable for a horse trailer or stall?
Will parking a car on these mats damage them?
Can these mats be custom sized? I'm looking for a 6'x8' that could fit and support the weight of my heavy duty cage rack (394 lbs.) plus any added weight. It will be used for my garage gym. If not, what would you suggest?
Do you sell 4x4 x 1/2'' mats that I can connect together in the middle? Looking for a portable mat I can use in our fitness studio for Wt. lifting.
Best quality and price. What more do you need?