Interlocking Drainage Mat, Rubber, Black, 3 ft. x 3 ft., 1 EA
- Item # 1THF9
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 863S0033BL
- Catalog Page # 1957
- UNSPSC # 52101511
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- Item Interlocking Drainage Mat
- Matting Series Compatibility Cushion-Ease(R) Mats, 551 M.D. Ramp System(R)
- Color Black
- Width 3 ft.
- Length 3 ft.
- Thickness 3/4"
- Mat Surface Pattern Grit
- Mat Surface Material Rubber
- Mat Backing Material EPDM
- Edges (4) Interlocking (2) Male End, (2) Female End
- Standards ASTM D-412, ASTM C-1028-96, ASTM D-575, ASTM D-624, ASTM D-2240, ASTM D-3884, ASTM D-1171, ASTM D-2589/CPSC FF-170, ASTM E-648, ASTM D-471, ASTM G-21, ASTM G-22
- Mat Electrical Resistance Electrical Properties Not Tested
- Fire Resistant/Fire Retardant Not Fire Resistant or Retardant
- Brake Fluid Resistant Yes
- Mat Shape Square
- Antifatigue Yes
- Anti-Slip Surface Yes
- Size of Drainage Holes 0.875" dia.
- Shape of Drainage Holes Octagon
- Drainage Holes Per Sq. Ft. 32.0
- Mat Ramp Material No Ramp
- Antimicrobial No
- Welding Safe Yes
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