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Q: What are the benefits of using anti-fatigue flooring?
A: Anti-fatigue flooring is designed to offer a wide range of benefits to employees and employers. Anti-Fatigue flooring can increase worker productivity, reduce slips, trips and falls and improve the overall health of your employees.
Q: How does anti-fatigue flooring improve overall health of my employees?
A: Standing long-term, especially on hard, unforgiving concrete leads to lower back pain, swelling of joints and poor circulation that can lead to varicose veins. Standing on anti-fatigue flooring allows for continuous muscle movement which leads to increased blood flow to the legs, feet and back. Continuous blood circulation reduces fatigue, alleviates back pain and reduces swelling.
Q: How does anti-fatigue flooring increase employee productivity?
A: Fatigue eventually leads to lack of focus and concentration on the task at hand. Anti-fatigue flooring reduces worker fatigue allowing them to remain focused on the job at hand.
Q: What if one tile gets damaged?
A: Simply remove it and replace with a new tile.
Q: How do you connect a ramp to the side of the tile that has connectors?
A: Simply cut off the interlocks on the ramp.
Q: What is meant by "customizable in 3" increments"?
A: Unlike other modular tiles available in the market, our patented LockSafe connection can be cut every 3" without losing the ability to connect to adjoining tiles.
Q: How do I cut ErgoDeck tiles?
A: ErgoDeck is a robust product. While it can be cut with a utility knife, we suggest a band saw or similar cutting equipment for larger installations.
Q: Do I need to use adhesives or special tools?
A: One of the biggest benefits of the LockSafe system is a secure, dependable connection that snaps together and holds tight in-use, but zips apart for reconfiguration or replacement! No tools are necessary for the assembly or disassembly, however, a rubber mallet is sometimes used in installation to quickly "lock" the connectors. Alternatively