rubber gym floor mat 1×1 15mm
Flatline series black 15mm is gym flooring tiles and suitable to use as gym mats for gym and fitness flooring.
Flatline gym floor tiles have dimensions of 100X100 cm. Each tile is 1 sqm = 10,75 sq ft. High-density (heavy duty) and heavy enough so you don’t need adhesives to fix them. But have a better result we always advise you to fix gym floor mats with adhesives. Easy to cut with a utility knife.
Gym mats have 100 x 100 cm dimensions. Thickness is 15mm and suitable to use for cardio and strength area flooring, free weight area floor, and functional training floor.
Is it safe for Health?
Gym mats are an environmentally friendly floor covering. Because of recycling and rebuilding production made from non-toxic and low VOC polyurethane bonding raw materials. There are no contaminations like metals, stones, or other plastic materials so it is safe for skin touch. Flatline series 15 mm is metal-free gym floor tiles.
rubber Gym Floor Tiles 15mm Flatline Anti Porous Surfaces
With our new technology, we have a special surface which is 100 % flat and anti-porous. Anti-porous surface technology has the advantage of easy cleaning and more softness than classic rubber gym flooring tiles. Anti-porous tiles don’t have any bad smell.
rubber Gym floor tiles are guaranteed for 3 years against cracking and color defects.
What is the best mat for doing HIIT cardio and weights on paving in the garden? Just want to take the pressure off my knees etc.
We advise 20mm Flatline series gym floor mats, suitable for up to 140 kgs weights and soft enough to protect your body.
Be sure for outdoor applications like a garden or terrace you need a water drainage system if your outdoor area over paving or concrete is not flat and if there is standing water then the rubber tiles may defect sooner than the guaranteed time.
What thickness is recommended for gym floor mats? Do you need adhesive to install your tiles?
I’m a little concerned with non-interlocking mates and having corners turn up etc
You can choose 20mm thick tiles, 20 mm tiles are recommended for up to 140 kgs weight training
If you are going to install the tiles from wall to wall ( if the tiles touch each other ) you won’t need glue down ( for the home and garage gym we don’t advise using glue You may need to glue down only for the entrance part.
Corners turn up and any problems like this may happen if you use foam tiles or low-density rubber tiles ( 700 – 750 kgs /m3 ) our rubber tiles have a density of 1000- 1050 kgs/m3. they are strong enough.
Technical Specifications of 15mm Rubber Gym Floor Mat
Bulk density Approx. 1000 kg/m3
Ultimate tensile strength (N/mm2) 1.38 (DIN 53455)
Tolerance dimensions: +/- 0,4%
Tolerance thickness +/- 1mm
Force reduction >10-18%, depending on material thickness
Temperature stability -30° C to +80° C
Thermal conductivity 0.17 W/(mK) EN 12667
Fire behavior (normal inflammable; B2) EN 13501
Sound improvement Approx.18 dB to 23 dB; depending on the construction
Anti-slip property Class R 10 DIN 51130 Class DS (safer!) EN 14041
Electrical properties -0.7 kV (antistatic)
How to Apply Rubber Floors Over Under Heated Floors
You can apply rubber tiles over-under heated floors to avoid any risk to broke your under-heating system you always have to prefer thick mats (minimum 30mm thickness)
Can you put a home gym on the second floor?
In order to have gym equipment when you are on a second floor you will need 20mm thick tiles so that they can absorb sound and shocks coming from weightlifting, treadmill, or other gym equipment.