Assistive Product Ergomat Industry

Product Type:

Elastic workplace mat

Areas of Application:

- for wet, dry and cutting areas
- for standing and walking jobs

for example
- for relieving the musculoskeletal system
- in standing uncertainty
- in gear uncertainty


Employees often spend a long time standing in front of workbenches or other inpatient facilities, such as machines. Standing on hard floors, such as concrete floors, leads to premature fatigue of the feet, legs and back. The soft mat significantly reduces the fatigue of the feet, legs and back. Insulation against heat and cold also reduces physical effort.

This workstation mat is used in industry and in the hygiene sector when chips and coolants are to fall through the mat, for example for lathes and milling machines.

Features / Components:

- Material: Nitrile rubber (NBR)
- Surface: perforated profile
- Bottom: non-slip
- shock absorbing, cold-resistant and dimensionally stable
- circulation-promoting
- Stolpersicher by oblique edges
- Resistance: against many chemicals, oil, coolants and alcohol
- high abrasion resistance
- special fasteners available
- divisible into grid sizes of 30 x 30
- easy cleaning

Price (without guarantee):

The price depends on the individual customer requirements.

Further Information

Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

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Ergomat A/S
Sunekær 13 - 15
5471 Søndersø
Denmark Telephone: +45 7022 1840 Email: Homepage:


Ergomat A/S
Sunekær 13 - 15
5471 Søndersø
Denmark Telephone: +45 7022 1840 Email: Homepage:

Technical Data:

Dimensions: only in parts 30 x 30 cm available, basic size 90 x 120 cm
Material thickness: 19.5 mm
electrical resistance: > 1 x 10 high 10 ohms
thermal property: -18 to 90 degrees C, short-term 600 degrees C.
Weight: 12500 g (+/- 5%)



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Last Update: 19 Jul 2019