Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) April 4, 2007
New 3M Safety Walk 3200 Wet Area Matting from Martinson-Nicholls (http://www.floormat.com) is designed to help provide slip resistant footing in bare foot traffic areas. All vinyl construction provides durability and ease of care with a low profile. The open Z-web construction allows water to run through the matting, therefore the matting stays drier than the surrounding areas to help reduce the possibility of slips and falls. The web mesh also provides gentle scraping action for excellent dirt and sand removal from bare feet.
Safety-Walk 3200 Wet Area Matting's resilient surface is comfortable for bare feet, providing slip resistant footing around locker rooms, saunas and showers. The vinyl is formulated for resistance to chlorinated water, body oils, fungus, soaps mildew and UV radiation. It also features a built in fungicide to fight the most common bacteria. The matting is also lightweight and easy to clean by either shaking dirt from the mat, or mopping it with a disinfectant cleaner and flushing with water.
The 3M Safety Walk 3200 Wet Area Matting (http://www.floormat.com/wetmat.html) is available in Wheat and Horizon Blue. It comes in standard sizes of 3 feet by 10 feet, and 3 feet by 20 feet.
Martinson-Nicholls, over the last 25 years, has established itself as a leader in safety solutions and custom floor matting for both indoor and outdoor applications.
Martinson-Nicholls provides the customer with the type and size needed - small, large, standard, nonstandard, special shapes and logos. Custom installations are also a specialty of the company.
Anti-slip safety tapes and treads are available in various sizes and textures from hand cut or die cut pieces to full rolls and special shapes.
"Martinson-Nicholls has been progressively inventive over the years. This philosophy has been dictated by customer needs. Thus we have been able to satisfy many unique and unusual problems in the areas of slip and fall, all types of floor matting and heated floor matting applications," says Dan Ruminski, President of Martinson-Nicholls.