Barrier Matting Systems

Barrier Matting Systems
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An effective barrier matting system, when correctly specified, will help to minimise the risk of slip accidents caused by wet flooring, reduce maintenance costs and improve the appearance of internal floorcoverings by significantly reducing the amount of dirt and moisture tracked into a building.  Click here for more information on why matting should be used.

Gradus barrier matting cannot only be used at a building's entrance and access points but also in other areas that are subject to increased risk of soiling and heavy wear.  In many cases the optimum performance is achieved by combining different types of barrier matting.  Download our illustrative guide that shows where matting can be used.

In line with The Building Regulations and British Standards, barrier matting is required to help provide safe access for all users of buildings, including wheelchair users, in line with the Equality Act 2010.

Watch our Matting demonstration video to see how Gradus matting systems are ideal for use at entrances, access points and other heavily trafficked circulation areas such as foyers & receptions, lift lobbies, staircases, corridors and walkways, vending & canteen areas and service points.

Watch our Matting templating demonstration video to see how to measure a template for a mat.

 

Gradus offers a full supply and fit service for primary barrier matting - click here for details.

Our Ranges

Primary Barrier Matting

Primary Barrier Matting

For use both internally and externally. Ideal for use at entrances and access points.

Secondary Barrier Matting

Secondary Barrier Matting

High performance secondary barrier matting for effective removal and retention of dirt and moisture.