Customer Reviews For rubber flooring roll at Greatmats:
VIP Black Cloud Light Weight Rubber Mat 3x5 Feet
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Life Floor Slate Tiles 3/8 Inch
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Most Common Product Questions For rubber flooring roll at Greatmats:
We are interested in this product for our child care center playground. We do not have the budget for playground turf with the padding and we don't have any playground equipment with any height-so we don't really need the padding any way. Currently we have a car track made of StayLock Tile Perforated. How would be prepare the seems of the artificial grass to meat the staylock tile. And how would we prepare the seems around the boarder of the play ground. Then a price quote on the product- we need around 5500 sq feet.
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I have a lot! Could this be used around an above ground swimming pool? If so, it states that it can be glued down but how is that done if it is placed on top of crushed gravel? Could it be placed on top of regular pea gravel and not secured or would it move too much? In order to make it circular would you just cut it to shape? Can it be easily cut with a utility knife? How do you put seams together? Would chlorinated water damage it? Would it get too hot to comfortably step on in 105° Weather?
Artificial grass turf can be glued down to any hard flat surface. Outdoors what is more common is to install over a crushed stone base, in this case the material is glued together at the seam with seaming tape and spiked around the perimeter into the ground or to a nail perimeter flange. The material can be cut with a sharp utility knife to fit around objects. These materials are often installed around pools, in this case material should have drain holes. The material will heat up to air temperature but will not overheat like concrete.
What is the load rate for the tiles?
The safe working load on the mats laid on a rigid base is 2700 lbs per square inch.