Rubber floor tile are made of natural or synthetic rubber or a mixture of the two types. To improve the properties, stabilizers, fillers, pigments and vulcanizing agents are blended. Rubber tiles are produced by casting or calendaring. Rubber floors are used in schools, hospitals, offices, shops, entrance areas, etc., especially rubber floors, where strong wear is expected. Furthermore, there are molded steps in rubber.
Rubber is supplied both as web products and tiles in thicknesses between 2 and 12 mm. The thickness is chosen depending on the floor’s use / intensity of use. Track widths and tiles are supplied in several different sizes. Rubber can be supplied with profiled surface to improve gait safety and as electrostatically derived floor covering for use in rooms with requirements for personal discharge. The supplier can provide detailed information on the coatings electrical resistance.
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The walking comfort and the step sound attenuation for rubber floors will usually be good. The rubber floor surface is smooth and easy to clean. Rubber floors can usually only withstand shorter time effects on oil and fat (especially animal fat). Special products must therefore be prescribed if there is a need for the floor to be able to withstand long-term effects on these substances.
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