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Entrance Matting

Of all the flooring and matting present in your workplace, it could be argued that entrance matting is the most important. Not only does it create a good first impression for customers and visitors, it also performs a useful safety function.

Entrance mats placed in and outside your reception will ensure dirt, oil or water from around your premises are not taken into an area where these substances would make flooring potentially hazardous. This can greatly reduce the risk of slips, trips and falls and cut down on costly maintenance. For more information on how to choose the correct entrance mat, check out our useful buying guide.

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Entrance Door Mats: Buying Guide

Entrance mats and tiles are purpose built to maintain the cleanliness of your building and give it a smart appearance. They are essential for all workplaces. Whether you require simple mats for a small back door entrance or a larger solution for a main reception space, you should think about the three exterior and interior entrance zones when deciding what is required in your location.

Heavy Duty Door Mat Zones

Zone 1 – Exterior Entrance Matting
Exterior entrance matting needs to be tough enough to cope with a variety of weather conditions, including snow, rain and sun. It must also have good scraper properties to remove any heavy soil from footwear before it comes into the building. A good example is a polyethylene brush outside door mat. With strong, all purpose fibres these mats provide a resilient first line of defense, drying shoes and removing larger particles.

Also available are Cleanscrape outdoor mats which are resistant to oil, chemicals and grease, making them the ideal solution for entrances to industrial or food preparation areas. The mats have a raised pattern that scrapes dirt from shoes and can hold up to 1.5kg of dry dust or 2.6 litres of water per sq metre to keep floors cleaner for longer. Suitable for use indoors and outdoors, this matting is fully machine washable making it easy to keep clean.

Zone 2 – Primary Interior Entrance Matting
Placed just inside your doorway, primary interior entrance matting should be tough and durable enough to remove the most damaging debris like soil, grit and moisture. Offering incredible protection against damage and dirt, this is the most important mat in the zoning system.

This category includes items such as the popular Enviro entrance mats. This range not only provides protection to carpets and other floorings, it also offers excellent dirt-removal as well. The mats have a raised pattern which traps dirt and debris from shoes or boots to prevent it migrating into your building.

Enviro Mats have a heavy-duty rubber backing which is made from recycle tyres and this prevents the mat from slipping and moving around on hard surfaces or carpet. The matting surface is made from recycled plastic bottles, so not only will this mat look great and protect your flooring, it is also good for the environment. The mat is UV and fade resistant, and with total carpet coverage it eliminates broken and torn borders.

Zone 3 – Secondary Interior Entrance Matting
Secondary interior entrance matting is essential for final drying and dust removal. Made from high-performance textiles, these mats can be placed at secondary entrance or internal doorways to trap an extraordinary amount of water and dirt.

Our ribbed fibre indoor door mats are ideal for use in high traffic areas. The mats are made from thick ribbed polypropylene and the carpet has channels which trap the dirt and debris. The mats have a non-staining vinyl backing and come in a range of colours.

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