Admired by architects and designers. Recommended and selected by specifiers. Preferred by green building managers. Our recycled rubber flooring has proven to be the floor of choice by those who desire sustainable, environmentally friendly, resilient flooring. Manufactured from vivid EPDM color granules - which consist of 28% post-industrial recyclate - our rubber flooring can be blended to match your custom color palette, achieving virtually any color range for an unlimited number of applications. This product is FloorScore certified and meets the CHPS criteria for strict indoor air quality standards.
Because the interlocking rubber tiles are not glued down, they can be disassembled and reassembled time and again without damaging the tiles. Each tile is 28.5" x 28.5", 3/8" thick and comes in a variety of colors. Our rubber flooring is also available in rolls for large applications. 100% made in the USA! Please note that due to the considerable weight of this item, even small orders can often be shipped more economically by ground freight. Please contact customer service at 888-737-6287 for more information.
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Cleaning and Maintenance:
Our rubber tiles do not include a protective finish when shipped from the manufacturing facility. It is highly recommended that the newly installed rubber floor be protected using a tarpaulin or other cover until the floor can be cleaned and/or sealed. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for proper application of the floor sealer (if applicable).
INITIAL CLEANING: Do not wash the floor for at least 5 days after installation. An initial cleaning needs to be done to remove any dirt and grit from the job site and to prepare the floor prior to applying a sealer or finish. Failure to clean properly will cause bonding issues as well as the entrapment of dirt in the floor. The floor should be cleaned with a neutral cleaner using steps 1-4 below.
- Thoroughly sweep or vacuum the floor to remove all loose dirt, dust and debris.
- Apply a neutral cleaner to the floor with a mop (or automatic floor scrubber). Follow that manufacturer's instructions.
- Use a wet vac or mop to remove cleaning solution.
- Rinse floor with clean, cold water. Remove all water with wet vac or mop. Allow rubber floor to dry thoroughly.
Our rubber tiles are resistant to oil and most chemicals, but we still recommend that you clean any spills as quickly as possible. To avoid possible damage to the flooring, the following should never be used on the floor:
- Steel wool or abrasive brushes
- Abrasive or alkaline cleaners
- Solvents of any type
Restorative Floor Maintenance:
When noticeable accumulation of dirt and other contaminants become embedded in the rubber floor finish, a quality floor stripper should be used to remove the existing finish. Areas typically needing to be restored include high-traffic walkways, tight or confined spaces, and along baseboards. After the floor stripper has been applied and removed per the manufacturer's instructions, a neutral cleaner should be applied to the stripped area (following steps 1-4 under Routine Cleaning above). Once the rubber flooring has been cleaned and allowed to dry, a sealer can be used to restore the finish of the treated area.
|Shore Hardness||60 (+/- 5)||ASTM D-2240|
|Density||70-85 lbs./Cu.ft.||ASTM D-0395|
|Elongation (at break)||> 90% @ 50% color||ASTM D-412|
|Tensile Strength||> 300 PSI @ 50% color||ASTM D-412|
|Compression Set||-14.1% @ 25%||ASTM D-395|
|VOC Emissions||0.5 mg/m2 or less||ASTM D-5116|
|Resistance to chemicals||No Change||ASTM F-925-02|
|Static Load Limit||400 lb/in||ASTM F-970|
|Critical Radiant Flux*||Class II||ASTM E-648|
|Coefficient of Friction||> 0.75||ASTM C-1028|
*Tested at 80% color