- Anti Fatigue Mats
Anti Fatigue Mats
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Resilient foam mats for dry areas with little moisture.
Mats with drainage and/or slip protection for moist areas.
Static dissipative mats for protecting sensitive equipment.
Insulative matting that protects against electrical shock.
See Our Helpful Anti Fatigue Matting Buyer's Guide
Anti-fatigue mats are made to decrease fatigue for anyone who stands on a hard surface for a long duration of time. They are designed to restrict the amount of stress that is placed on the body and increase production levels. Workers usually used these anti fatigue mats whenever they are working in places such as on a production line. These mats are also used in other industries and careers where workers have to stand for long periods of time. When your body is forced to stand on a hard surface for a long time, this puts stress on your body. It can make your back, feet and legs hurt.
The mats are made with rubber, vinyl and carpet. This means that they can decrease the amount of stress that standing for long periods of time can put on the body. Not only will these mats reduce body stress, but they also reduce your chances of slipping because they are slip resistant.
Non anti fatigue mats have a design that allows you to maintain a clean and comfy working environment. Employees will remain productive when they are comfortable, which is another reason why anti fatigue mats are good for working spaces.
There are a couple of different kinds of anti-fatigue mats on the market:
- Dense foam filled mats that provide medium support.
- Gel filled mats for wet spaced.
- Rubber mats that are strong and provide greater support.
- Hard rubber mats that are designed to fill industrial environments.
There are also benefits associated with anti-fatigue mats:
- Less shatter when items fall on the mat.
- Reduced amount of slips and falls.
- Less stress and back pain.
- Increased comfort levels and production rates.
Workers must account for their working environments when buying these mats. A dry workspace would command a PVC foam mat because it would stick to a hard floor much better than other floors.
A rubber anti-fatigue mat would be an ideal choice for a wet environment. It can reduce stress, let liquids drain and reduce the amount of slips and falls. An oily workspace would also require a mat that has a good draining system. A mat made with nitrile would be a good option for an environment that has oils and grease. Or, you could try a mat that has an intricate pattern for areas such as these.