24/Seven Workstation GR Rubber Mat

Starting At $83.56
Parameters of Category: Specifications - General
Environment Dry, Wet, Oily
Type
Customization Level
Solid or Drainage Drainage
Compound GR/Natural Rubber
Recycled
Warranty 1 Year
WARNING
Test Specification & Results
Property Test / Result
Flammability
Taber Abrasion
Temperature Range
Coefficient of Friction
Compression Deflection
Tear Strength
ESD Rating
Dielectric Strength

Key

  • A = Performs well
  • B = Slightly affected
  • C = Moderately affected
  • D = Highly affected
  • U = Not recommended
  • NT = Not tested
Chemical Urethane Nitrile PVC CFR SBR Natural Rubber
Acetone U U U C C C
Animal Fats NT A C U U U
Bleach Solution (10% Dilute) NT B B C C C
Boric Acid B A A A A A
Brake Fluid U A B D D D
Brake Fluid (Silicone Based) U A B A B B
Chlorine Solution (3% Dilute) C A B C C C
Citric Acid NT A C C C U
Cutting Fluid (Mineral Oil Based) U B B B C D
Diesel Oil U A B U U U
Ethylene Acetate NT U NT U U U
Ethylene Glycol B A A A A A
Hydraulic Oil (Petroleum) U A B D D D
Hydrochloric Acid Cole (37% Dilute) U C C B B B
Isopropyl Alcohol A B A B B A
Lacquer Solvents U U U U U U
Lindol (Hydraulic Fluid) NT U NT U U U
MEK U U U U U U
Mineral Oil C A B A B U
Naptha NT C U U U U
Napthlene U U U U U U
Petroleum U C B D D D
Salt Water A A B B B C
Tolulene U U U U U U
Transmission Fluid (Type A) U B A C U U
Trichloroethane U U U U U U
Vegetable Oil C A B C C C
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Q: What does GR stand for?

A: GR stands for Grease Resistant.


Q: What types of fluids is the GR compound suited for?

A: The GR compound is best suited for areas with water and dry debris. It is also resistant to boric acid & ethylene glycol.


Q: What does NBR stand for?

A: NBR stands NBR stands for Nitrile Rubber.


Q: What types of fluids is the NBR compound resistant to?

A: The NBR compound is resistant to silicone-based brake fluid, boric acid, ethylene glycol, animal fats, brake fluid, chlorine solution, diesel oil, petroleum-based hydraulic oil, salt water and vegetable oil.


Q: Is there edging available?

A: Yes. All 24/Seven WorkStation Mats include a molded-in safety border. The GR compound is available with black or orange borders. The NBR compound is available with black, yellow or orange borders.


Q: Can 24/Seven WorkStation be exposed to liquids?

A: Yes, Industrial Worksafe can be placed in both wet and dry environments.


Q: How do I clean my 24/Seven WorkStation mat?

A: Use a high-pressure hose (not to exceed 500 psi) and hot water (max 160o F) to rid the mats of oils. For best results use a mild soap or detergent with a pH between 4 and 9, to clean the mats. Do not use steam (unless specifically recommended), degreasers, or caustic chemicals. Do not machine wash or mechanically scrub the mats.


Q: There 2 sides to my mat. Which side do I stand on?

A: The ramps on the top side of the mat are ribbed.


Q: Are the colors shown on your website the exact color I should expect to receive?

A: No, because monitors vary so there may be a slight variance in the color. If color choice is critical, we suggest that you order a sample. Due to manufacturing processes and material dye lots, color can vary, but our products fall within an industry-standard acceptable variation.


Q: Do 24/Seven WorkStation mats pose a tripping hazard?

A: 24/Seven WorkStation mats have molded-in safety borders (sloped edge) on all four sides. This allows for a smooth transition on and off the mat and do not pose a tripping hazard.


Q: Do your rubber mats smell?

A: Yes! Unfortunately, that rubbery smell is a feature of any rubber product. The mat should lose that smell over time. If you are planning to install rubber mats or flooring in any enclosed space, please remember that this can slow the dissipation of a strong rubber scent.