Comfort Flow Modular Interlocking Tiles are perfect for all your industrial needs. These are great for assembly lines, warehouses, industrial kitchen areas, and more. There are many advantages to a modular tile system. If one tile gets damaged, you can easily change out the damage tile instead of changing out the entire system.
- Comfort Flow Interlocking Tiles are a high density Nitrile rubber matting system.
- Overall thickness of 1/2″.
- Lightweight and flexible for easy handling and movability.
- Nitrile Rubber makes this a grease, oil, and chemical resistant mat with 15% recycled rubber content.
- Static Dissipative and Welding Safe.
- Certified slip resistant by National Floor Safety Institute.
- Beveled edging comes pre-attached to Corner and Side pieces for safe transition from mat to floor.
- Lifetime anti-microbial treatment to prevent odors and degradation of the mat.
- Comfort FLOW tiles have drainage holes to allow liquids to fall through mat and flow towards the desired drainage area.
- Comfort Flow Interlocking Tiles are available in three separate pieces:
- Also available in Larger Tiles sizes:
- Corner – 37.375″ x 37.375″
- Middle – 36″ x 36″
- Side – 36″ x 37.375″
- Recommended for industrial and kitchen applications or anywhere a rubber runner mat is needed.
Material: Nitrile rubber
Thickness: 1/2 inch (0.500″)STANDARDS & TESTING
- Passes flammability standard DOC-FF1-70
- Compression Deflection:
4% at 20 psi
22.6% at 40 psi
- ASTM C1028-96 static coefficient of friction:
- ESD Rating of electrically conductive:
Surface to surface 50% relative humidity 4.6 x 10^4 ohms
Surface to surface 12% relative humidity 6.2 x 10^4 ohms
Comfort Flow HD tiles can be washed in a commercial dishwasher or washed by hand using the following instructions:
- Scrub with a deck brush (as needed) using a detergent with a neutral pH.
- Rinse with a hose or pressure washer.
- Hang to dry.
There are three components in the Comfort Flow HD Tile System: the corner tile, the side tile, and the middle tile.
The corner tile has a border on two adjacent sides.
The side tile has a border on one side.
The middle tile has no borders.
- Start with a corner tile and attach as many side tiles as needed to complete the width of the installation, ending with another corner tile.
- Beginning at the corner tile, attach as many side tiles as needed to complete the length of the installation, ending with another corner tile.
- Beginning in one corner, fill in the remaining center space with as many middle tiles as needed to complete the installation.