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GRIDLOCK Garage Floor Tiles 30cm (Grey Gloss)

£2.46 inc. VAT

Single GRIDLOCK 30cm garage/workshop floor tile (gloss grey).
Using trolley jacks, axle stands ? For more heavy-duty usage, view our range of DURATILE and DURASTUD 7mm solid tiles.

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DETAILS

Exclusive to Duramat UK is the high-performance GRIDLOCK 30cm (12 inch) garage floor tile. The GRIDLOCK floor tiles feature double-diamond top design which provides good grip and well as stunning looks! The GRIDLOCK floor tiles are suited to home and business garages, workshops, utility areas and showrooms, proving extremely popular with vehicle modification businesses and kit car enthusiasts. Made from ultra high-density Polypropylene (PP) with snap-lock interlocking edges, they are easy to lay on level floor areas with minimal preparation & no expansion gap needed. Mix different colours to create your own unique layouts!

FEATURES

  • Tile size 300mm x 300mm x 12mm (supplied as 4 connected)
  • Made from high-density Polypropylene (PP)
  • Easy snap lock connecting interlocking design
  • Extremely hard wearing and impact resistant
  • High fade resistance with UV stabilizer mixed into material & colour pigments
  • Resistant to most oil, fuel, acids, alkalis & solvents
  • Withstands up to 16tons of rollover weight & a compressive strength of 3000psi
  • Commercial-grade heat resistance - tolerates temperatures between -22°c to +120°c
  • Colours can be mixed & matched to provide custom designs to suit your space
  • Professionally finish your tiles with corner pieces & ramped edges (available separately)
 

USES

  • Vehicle Detailers
  • Performance Car Events
  • Garage Flooring
  • Workshop Flooring
  • Warehouse and Industrial Flooring
  • Showroom Flooring
 

SAFETY

  • EN71-1 Part 1: Mechanical and physical properties
  • EN71-2 Flammability
  • EN71-3 Part 3: Migration of certain elements