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Ultra Mat Max - 3' x 3' - Black
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Ultra Mat Max - 3' x 3' - Black

Item #: WBB238206

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List Price: $87.48 Save up to 44%
Price: $ 48.95
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This Rubber Anti-Fatigue General Purpose Drainage Mat is lightweight for easy handling and cleaning. For use in general purpose applications. Drainage system removes liquid and debris from worker platform. Modular design with connecting system for longer lengths and custom configurations. Black finish. 3/4" thickness. 36"L x 36"W overall.

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    • LENGTH INCHES36
    • WIDTH INCHES36
    • COLOR FINISHBlack
    • BORDER COLORNone
    • BRANDNoTrax®
    • CONSTRUCTIONRubber
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERT56S0033BL
    • PACKAGE QUANTITY1
    • SIZEStock Size
    • SURFACEPerforated
    • STYLEUltra Mat Max
    • THICKNESS INCHES3/4
    • TYPEGeneral Purpose Mat
    • WEIGHT LBS24

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Good quality, but slips

Your review: My guys really like have a good mat to stand on concrete all day long and this one fits the bills just fine. The only, and I mean only, small thing is that the tiles can move on the floor a bit when there is repeated stepping on and off the mats. We have them in a 4x4 grid and after about an hour we have to slide them back into place. Not a bunch of movement, but enough. Going to try skateboard tape on the bottom to see if it can provide enough friction.

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