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Improving safety and hygiene at Greek swimming pool

Heronrib barefoot matting, manufactured in the UK by the matting division at Plastic Extruders Ltd, is being used to keep the local swimming and water polo teams safe from slipping accidents at the natatorium in Glyfada, part of the Athletic Nautical Club of Glyfada, Athens, Greece.

Greek flooring Plastex distributor, Beredimas Safety Floors, recommended Heronrib as the perfect barefoot slip resistant solution. The matting has been laid in the locker rooms and the hallway just outside the shower area to protect users walking barefoot on the wet and, hence, slippery, marble flooring.

Heronrib has a “C” Classification for slip resistance surface under DIN 51097 – the highest rating, and an open grid, two layer construction with channelled underbars, which guarantees a dry surface is maintained even in the most trafficked wet areas. Additionally, its non-porous PVC sections and impregnated anti-microbial and anti-fungal additives ensure permanent barefoot hygiene.

Available in several standard colours and supplied in 10m long rolls and 50, 100 or 122cm widths, the mat allows for a quick and easy installation in a new carefree, safe and hygienic environment.

For samples and information, please call Plastic Extruders Ltd on 01268 571116 or visit www.heronrib.com.


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