Workplace Mats

An elastic and dampening surface will enhance ergonomics and reduce the risk of stress damage to the body, as well as fall accidents.

Workplace mats will give you many advantages

The floor surface is very much a contributor to how long the body can handle prolonged work standing up. An elastic and softening surface relieves the neck, back, hips, knees and feet of the body from stress.

A professionally made workplace mat will enhance ergonomics and reduce tiredness, as well as the risk of stress injuries to the body. With the right coating and structure other risks of accidents will also be reduced, in environments with wet and slippery floors.

Things to consider when choosing a workplace mat

The design of the mat and the material of which it is made plays an important role. It should be adapted to the environment in which it will be used. Multiple aspects influence this:

  • The length of the work shift: Prolonged stress affects the requirements of thickness and dampening capabilities.
  • Oils and chemicals: If the workplace mat is to be used in high-demand industrial environments the durability of the material and its ability to handle oils and chemicals must be considered.
  • Risk of slipping: The pattern and friction of the mat are important features to avoid slipping accidents or that the mat moves around.
  • Placement of the mat: Beveled edges are recommended in work environments where employees frequently move about, to avoid tripping hazards.
  • ESD protection: Workplace mats used in electronic industries must divert static electricity (ESD) in order not to harm sensitive components. Read more about Sunnex ESD in the product section.

Sunnex workplace mats come in a variety of standardized sizes but can also be custom ordered or built as modules, which is generally the most flexible solution.

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