Safe-T-Grip Rolled Rubber Diamond Plate Matting Light Commercial 5/16 Patriot Sports Flooring (DP-ROLL-5/16)
Safe-T-Grip Rolled Rubber Diamond Plate Matting Light Commercial 5/16 Light commercial quality rolled rubber with a diamond plate pattern is used to protect floors from damage while adding a quality, industrial look to your studio or club. 4 wide rolled rubber provides the least amount of seams compared to any other protective gym flooring install resulting in the cleanest look with less gaps to collect dirt and debris. 5/16" thick Safe-T-Grip Rolled Rubber is ideal for using as a non-slip rubber floor runner or as gym flooring to protect against impact created from freeweight equipment such as kettlebells, dumbbells and barbells.
Installation tips for your rubber flooring - One of the first steps in installing rubber flooring in your home, studio or club is to calculate how many square feet of material youll need. If your room is a simple square or rectangle this is pretty straight forward. Multiply the length x width and this will be your square footage. If your space is a weird shape and includes obstacles such as staircases and columns, call an Ironcompany.com rep to assist you in working out the floor plan. Either way, make sure to order a little more than you need, usually around 10% more, to allow for cutting and even a mistake or two.
Once the rubber is delivered move it to the location where it will be installed and unroll it. This will help remove the curl, or memory, making for an easier installation and will also give the rubber time to acclimate. The acclimation process of rolled rubber flooring is important and you should allow approximately 24-hours for this. Rubber not allowed to acclimate properly before cutting can result in expansion or shrinkage after installation that could have an effect on the esthetics or performance of the floor.
Cutting your flooring can be done by one person with a few basic tools. A razor knife is key and will allow for easier cutting producing cleaner edges. To make sure your lines are straight, especially when going against walls, use a chalk line or a straight edge. A little known rolled rubber flooring installation tip is to use WD-40 to occasionally lubricate the blade so that there is less buildup of friction as you cut.
Double sided seaming tape, or carpet tape, can be used to adhere each rubber sheet to wood or concrete sub-floors. Making sure your sub-floor is totally free of dirt and debris is paramount. Use tape around the perimeter, down the middle and underneath seams to maximize adhesion. There are two reasons to use tape when installing your rubber flooring. The first is cost. Tape can be much more cost efficient than liquid adhesive. The second reason is some people may want to pull up their floor and move it to another location at a later date. This is common in strip malls and other locations occupied by training studios. Liquid adhesive is much more permanent but the bond is superior. This material is spread onto the sub-floor with a trowel, similar to installing ceramic tiles, at which time the rubber sheets are laid on top. A heavy floor roller can be used to remove air pockets and make sure all rubber is making contact with the adhesive covered sub-floor. An installation consultation is recommended after purchase.
Need help configuring your room dimensions or have questions on how to install it properly? Call an Ironcompany.com flooring expert today at 1-888-758-7527 or email email@example.com
- Roll Width: 4
- Roll Thickness: 5/16
- Roll Length Choices: 25 (100 sq. ft.), 50 (200 sq. ft.) and 75 (300 sq. ft.) long.
- Roll Weight: 150 lbs (25'), 300 lbs (50'), 450 lbs (75')
- Weight: 1.5 lbs per square foot
- Hardness: Shore A-65
- Tensile Strength: Machine direction = 620 PSI. Transverse direction = 780 PSI
- Tear Strength: Machine direction = 168 PSI. Transverse direction = 187 PSI
Fluid Resistance Rating:
- Alcohol (Isopropyl) - Excellent
- Anti Freeze - Good
- Grease - Good
- Water - Excellent
- Vegetable Oil - Fair
- Hydraulic Oil - Fair
- Gasoline - Very Poor
- Diesel Fuel - Poor
- Motor Oil - Fair
Great for multiple industrial and recreational applications as well as standard flooring.
Shipping cost included within the lower 48 states only
25 Roll: Ships via one of our various freight carriers on a wooden pallet. This delivery is considered a curbside delivery only and will be delivered to a location at your address that is acceptable for a tractor trailer at the drivers discretion. Customers are required to be home at the time of delivery to sign the delivery receipt and help offload the individual packages from the tail end of the truck. On most deliveries, customers will receive a 24-hour notification before the delivery is made.
50 and 75 Rolls: Ships via one of our various freight carriers on a wooden pallet. This delivery is considered a curbside delivery only and will be delivered to a location at your address that is acceptable for a tractor trailer at the drivers discretion. Customers are required to be home at the time of delivery to sign the delivery receipt. On most deliveries, customers will receive a 24-hour notification call and lift gate service.