Affordable Anti-Fatigue Floor Mats for every application – Industrial, Retail, Home, Hospitality, Mail Rooms, Counters, Wet Areas, etc.
Anti-fatigue floor mats help to increase blood flow to the lower extremities of the standing worker. Furthermore, they also provide a barrier between cold hard floors and the feet of those who stand for long periods of time. The ideal anti-fatigue mat will possess features that are valuable to the end user such as softness, support and resilience which combine to help increase employee comfort. Here you will find a few of our more popular fatigue relief floor mats. If you are shopping for a specific application CLICK HERE to help you find your specified mat. Also, if you look below at the products listed, you will find more information on different anti-fatigue properties, their applications, and additional important factors to be considered in order to arrive at the most affordable and best anti-fatigue floor mat for your particular application. You’ll find that you’re more comfortable while standing for long periods of time on these cushioned floor mats, and that productivity doesn’t suffer because your legs and feet are bothering you.
| Wellness Mats Original Anti-Fatigue Mats 3/4″
| Ortho Mat 1 Anti-Fatigue Mats 3/4″
|Cushion Max Anti-Fatigue Mat 5/8″
|Hog Heaven AntiFatigue Floor Mat 5/8″
|Hog Heaven with Safety Border 5/8″
|Comfort King Anti-Fatigue Floor Mat 3/8″
|| Barefoot Standard Anti-Fatigue Mats 5/8″
| Infinity Series Anti-Fatigue Mats 3/4″
| Hog Heaven Fashion Anti-Fatigue Mats 5/8″
|Diamond-Plate SpongeCote 9/16″
| Complete Comfort Anti-Fatigue Mats 5/8″
| Hog Heaven Plush Fatigue Mats 7/8″
| 24-7 Solid Grease Resistant Anti-Fatigue Mats
|Barefoot Nitrile Drainable 5/8″
| Tile-Top AM #420 Anti-Fatigue Mats 1/2″
| Hog Heaven Marble Top Fatigue Mats 5/8″
| Tough Guy Anti-Fatigue Mats 5/8″
|Hog Heaven Impressions Logo Mat 5/8″
|Sponge Vinyl Anti-Fatigue Mat 3/8″
|Weldsafe Anti-Fatigue Mats 7/8″
| Ultra-Soft DiamondPlate with Yellow Chevron 15/16″
|WellnessMats L Series Anti-Fatigue Mats 3/4″
| Happy Feet Anti-Fatigue Mat 1/2″
| Hog Heaven Confetti Fatigue Mats 5/8″
| AirFlex Anti-Fatigue Mat 7/16″
|Safety Border Mats
Choosing the Best Mats for Standing
All floor mats are not equal. Each manufacturer attempts to equip his product with specific features and benefits that is designed to provide an edge over a competitor’s product. The key to choosing the best type of cushion mat is in matching the features of the mat itself to your specific need. One type of fatigue mat that may be the best for one user, in turn may not offer the best form of fatigue relief for another. There are a variety of different comfort mats available on the market today. The reason there are so many different varieties of standing mats is because of the diversity of environments in which they are utilized. Unfortunately, the wide array of standing mats available may pose somewhat of a challenge to the ill-informed. Look below to find a few popular selections of these types of mats below. You’ll find each mat has advantages in certain industries, whereas others may not serve quite as well. It’s important that you choose a mat that suits your needs, or else you could be facing more problems than solutions.
For instance, choosing fatigue mats designed for dry areas and using them in areas where oils, animal fats or liquids are present will generally result in a mess. When these mats are utilized incorrectly it may result in safety hazards to the end user. Problems consisting of degradation, total mat replacement, and/or just a maintenance nightmare. Choosing the right type of floor mat will result in an increase in productivity, a safer work environment, easier clean up, and finally a much longer usable lifespan of the mat itself.
If the wrong fatigue matting is chosen, the resulting situation almost always ends up costing more money. The expense may be in hard dollars for replacement or increased maintenance expenditures to keep the mats clean. If the wrong floor mats are used that present a safety issue, then there may be the costs attributed to slip, trip and falls (It is not uncommon for medical/legal claims to be in excess of $10,000).
Choosing the best fatigue mat doesn’t just happen. Most end users ultimately find products that may be deemed as acceptable fatigue matting, but this situation usually occurs as a result of trial and error. Consider how expensive it could be should you choose the wrong mat for the job.
If the right questions are posed, the answers can be quite helpful to you in making an informed decision. The information gathered will allow you to select the specific attributes that your mat needs to possess in order for them to pass muster. You can then quickly weed out the fatigue mats that do not meet your criteria. This will save you both time and money, not to mention saving you from frustration.
Some questions you may wish to take into consideration to identify the best fatigue matting for you might be:
Are the mats going to be subjected to any oils, greases, chemicals or liquids of any kind?
Are there any static issues that need to be considered?
How will you clean and maintain your new mats?
Will your mats be utilized in any food preparation areas?
Will these mats be subjected to any wheeled carts?
Are the workers utilizing the mats considered “high dollar” employees that are difficult to find, attract and retain?
What type of usable lifespan are you looking for from your mats?
What type of work will be performed in the area where the mats will be located?
Will the use of these mats hinder or enhance the overall work area?
These are but a few of the questions we consider when arriving at which fatigue mat types are the most affordable for our customers. We would love the opportunity to assist you in finding which mat will fit your needs best.
Once you compile a list of the mats for standing that initially meet your performance criteria, you will no doubt notice that these floor mats also have a wide variance in price. This price variance is usually due to any additional features that the mats may possess. Floor mats that have good anti fatigue qualities, have grease resistant qualities and can be used in a kitchen environment may cost more than good anti-fatigue floor mat that is designed for use in only dry work areas. Anti-fatigue floor mats with grease proof features generally cost more. Your mission should be to identify the MUST HAVE FEATURES and de-emphasize the features that these mats may have and do not offer any benefit for your particular application.
Standing mats vary in price as well as functionality. It is a given that these mats help to prevent muscle aches in the feet, legs and back. They do this by forcing the leg and feet muscles to continually constrict and relax thus facilitating the venous blood flow back toward the heart. If blood is permitted to pool in the legs, there is a loss of efficiency of bringing oxygen to muscles and in lowering the toxicity levels of lactic acid build-up in working muscles. Lactic acid build-up leads to fatigue and can also lead to cramping. The pooling of blood in the legs results in sore muscles and higher levels of lactic acid build-up.
It follows then that using the proper fatigue matting can reduce aches and reduce muscle fatigue which lowers the risk of slip/fall injuries related to fatigue. Furthermore, fatigue mats can lead to increased productivity and morale. But, what is an acceptable cost to achieve these objective? What is constituted as an affordable fatigue mat for your purposes?
DRY AREA Use
Examples: Production Lines, Shipping and Receiving, Mail Rooms, Copiers, Retail Counters, Check Out, Pharmacy Areas, Tool Rooms, Assembly and Packaging Lines, etc.
Possible Requirements: Rolls, Large Area Configurations,
Considerations: Ergonomic Benefits, Cost, Lifespan, Durability
Usual Reasons for Replacement: Worn Out, Edge Curl, Cuts and Perforations, Loss of Ergonomic Benefits
MEDICAL and HEALTHCARE Applications
Examples: Labs, Pharmacy, Nurses Stations, Mail Rooms, Dental Offices, Operating Rooms, Shipping and Receiving, Security Standing Areas, Supply Rooms, etc.
Possible Requirements: Anti Microbial, Ease of Maintenance, Beveled Safety Edges, Colors, Rolls, Large Area Configurations
Considerations: Ergonomic Benefits, Ease of Maintenance, Sizes Available, Durability, Lifespan, RolledTraffic
Usual Reasons for Replacement: Edge Curl, Loss of Ergonomics
OFFICE Area Use
Examples: Copy Rooms, Shipping and Receiving, Mail Rooms, Security Stations, Concierge Desks, Parking Garages, etc.
Possible Requirements: Stand up to High Heels, Inexpensive, Beveled Edging, Colors, Able to be trimmed onsite
Considerations: Comfort, Aesthetics, Anti Static, Durability, Lifespan, Rolled Chairs, Stools, etc.
Usual Reasons for Replacement: Edge Curl, Loss of Ergonomics, Loss of Aesthetic Appeal
HOME and RESIDENTIAL Use
Examples: Kitchens, Laundry Rooms, Workbenches, Workshops, Garages, etc.
Possible Requirements: Aesthetic Appeal, Ease of Maintenance, Beveled Edges, Colors, able to withstand liquids
Considerations: Aesthetics, Durability, Comfort, Lifespan
Usual Reasons for Replacement: Aesthetic Appeal, Loss of Ergonomics, Curled Edges
Examples: Fry Areas, Stoves, Dishwash Stations, Hostess Stations, Behind Bar, Drink Stations, Food Prep Areas, Cooking Areas, Waitress Stations, etc.
Possible Requirements: Grease Proof, Grease Resistant, Ease of Maintenance, Weight, Beveled Edges, Perforations
Considerations: Beveled Edges, Rolled Carts, Durability, Comfort, Lifespan, Cost, Aesthetic Appeal
Usual Reasons for Replacement: Worn Out, Loss of Ergonomics
Examples: Cashiers, Counter Sales, Convenience Stores, UPS Counters, Shipping and Receiving, Back Room Supply Areas, Electronics Counters, Concierge Desks, Help Desks, Gift Wrap Counters, etc.
Possible Requirements: Beveled Edges, Able to Custom Cut and Configure, Rolls, etc.
Considerations: Safety, Expense, Durability, Comfort, Aesthetic Appeal
Usual Reasons for Replacement: Curled Edges, Cut and/or Worn, Loss of Ergonomics
Examples: Hair Stylists, Barbers, Shampoo Areas, Color Stations
Possible Requirements: Resistant to High Heels, Comfort, Ease of Maintenance, Expense, Chair Depressions, Odd Sizes and Lengths
Considerations: Beveled Edges, Color Carts, Sweeping of Hair, Comfort, Aesthetic Appeal
Usual Reasons for Replacement: Edge Curl, Cut Edges, Loss of Comfort, Change in Decor
We at The Mad Matter, Inc. believe that if the right questions are posed, we can help you make the right choice between a variety of affordable anti-fatigue floor mats. Our objectives are aligned with your objectives. We want you, the consumer, to be able to make an informed decision as to which fatigue mat would be the most appropriate and affordable mat for your particular needs.