Eco-Flex® for Industrial and the Oil & Gas Industry
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ECO-WALK INDUSTRIAL WALKWAY
Ideal for industrial camp access between structures and protective surfaces for utility crossings.
INDUSTRIAL FLOOR MATS
Ideal for Road Crossings, Industrial Walkways, Shop Flooring, Equine Flooring and more.
SCAFFOLD SUPPORT PADS & STACKERS
Perfect to provide a strong foundation for scaffolds and increase worksite safety.
YUKON® ACCESS MAT
Rig Mats, Road Mats, Access Roads, Leases, Pipeline Crossings, Creek Crossings, Camps, Tank Farms and More.
YUKON® PAD PLUS MAT
Great for Environmentally Sensitive applications, Pipeline Construction, Muskeg, Remote Helicopter Pads, Emergency Egress, Bridge Decks and More.
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How does the Eco-Flex® product compare to other products in the similar market applications in functionality.
Eco-Flex® has been manufacturing products from recycled rubber for over 30 years. When asked to compare to similar products, there really are not any to compare to. For this reason, the comparable products are concrete, wood, or vinyl. In all cases, Eco-Flex® has many advantages to offer. One thing to consider is that rubber does not decompose, crack or lose structural strength over time so longevity is the main advantage. Other advantages are strength and flexibility. Rubber is one of the few products that can withstand any weather condition including extreme heat, intense cold, and wet or dry climates to name a few. The rubber will never crack or break even during an earthquake or hurricane. It will remain elastic throughout its entire lifespan.
How durable are Eco-Flex® products?
Since Eco-Flex® products are manufactured from recycled tires, it takes on the same durability characteristics as a tire. It takes a long period of time for tires to disintegrate. Eco-Flex® products are 97% tire rubber and will last for many years.
What is the Taber abrasion?
Astm c 501 tested: wear index 270 (using heavy duty abrading wheels and 100 grams of pressure on each wheel at 1000 cycles).
What is the density hardness?
Astm2240 tested: shore a 63, compressed to 2000 psi.
What is the skid resistance?
Astm 303 tested: average 66 dry & 43 wet.
What is the thermal resistance?
R-value of 2.20 per 1" of thickness. (ie) 2" thick tile provides R-value rating of 4.40