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Leisure Mats

Leisure mats comprise mats used in sports and leisure facilities. The leisure industry has its own set of challenges that our mats are designed to overcome. Slips and falls are particularly prevalent and many of the mats are designed with this in mind.

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Leisure Mats for Wet Areas

Changing rooms, shower areas, swimming pools are often found in leisure facilities. These areas have a lot of water leading to wet floor areas, which poses a heightened slip and fall risk.

Anti-slip leisure mats featuring flow through holes and a high traction surface are a good solution here.

The flow through holes allow water to flow away from the standing surface of the mat and away to the floor beneath. The underside of the mat will have channels which allow the water to flow away from beneath the mat into drainage.

The high traction surface ensure that people have enough grip as they walk over the mat, even if it is wet.

Comfort and Grip

Gym and leisure flooring needs to be comfortable and provide the right level of traction to ensure the safety of its users.

Depending on the activity taking place, the floor may need to have some give, so is less impactful on people’s bodies and joints. However it cannot be too soft, so as to make movement difficult, and it needs to give people sturdiness underfoot.

The floor should not be too slippery either. Sweat and drink spillages can exacerbate the need for floors with good traction. Conversely the floor shouldn’t be so grippy that it hinders the movement of users.

Floor Protection

Leisure mats can also be used to protect the floor beneath. In areas where heavy weights can damage the floor, good gym matting is designed to take the impact instead.

Heavy sports equipment and machinery can also damage floors which can be overcome by placing leisure mat tiles beneath the equipment for example.

Easy to Clean

With spillages and water being so prevalent in the leisure industry as well as a perfect environment for bacterial growth, it is important that leisure mats are easy to clean.

Most leisure mats can be hosed clean or mopped to remove spillages. Many have anti-microbial properties to help prevent the growth of bacteria on the mats for a more hygienic environment.