Description - Our 1/2” Rubber Gym Tiles are ideal for use in heavy-duty commercial applications. These rubber floor tiles are available in border, corner, and center cut tiles to help fit a variety of room sizes. The Rubber Gym Tiles also have an anti-skid diamond pattern surface for added safety and are non-porous and non-absorbent. This means that the tiles are slip-resistant in wet environments and easy to clean up since none of the moisture is absorbed. These tiles are also safe to use outdoors and are resistant to bacterial growth.
Note: - Due to the manufacturing process and nature of recycled rubber, some surface variations such as color distribution or shadowing may exist and tile thickness may vary. Shims may be provided free of charge to assist with any tile thickness issues.
Material – Rubber Gym Tiles are constructed of recycled rubber buffings and virgin colored rubber flecks at a 25% and 75% color density. These recycled interlocking gym tiles are also vulcanized, which means they are formed using heat and pressure to form a solid, non-porous, and non-absorbent mat surface. This allows the gym tiles to have the highest tensile, tear, and abrasion resistance on the market for a rubber tile. This means unmatched durability and longevity.
Size – 2' x 2' (Interlocked size - 22.5" x 22.5"), 4’ x 4’ (Interlocked size - 46.71" x 46.71")
Thickness – 1/2"
Weight – 2'x 2' tiles weigh ~12 Lbs. each and 4'x 4' tiles weigh ~52 Lbs. each.
Recommended Uses – The 1/2” Rubber Gym Tiles have been used successfully in a variety of commercial applications. Some common areas where these tiles have been used include in powerlifting gyms, commercial weight rooms, and physical fitness facilities, in physical rehabilitation centers and performance training facilities, in lockers rooms, around ice skating rinks as a blade resistant flooring, in baseball dugouts as a spike resistant flooring option, as doggy daycare flooring, as cow mats in barns, outdoors on decks and patios as slip protection, in garages and storage sheds, in children’s playrooms, as a utility room flooring, in basement home gyms, as general anti-fatigue flooring and sound insulating flooring, as a “green” flooring option, and in any other location where a low-cost yet highly durable rubber tile option would be beneficial.