Anti-Fatigue Mats

Anti-Fatigue Mats

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Key Feature of Anti-Fatigue Mats

What Are Anti-Fatigue Mats?

Anti-Fatigue Mats Are Designed To Reduce Fatigue Caused By Standing For Long Periods On A Hard Surface (E.G., Cement Floors). Fatigue-Reducing Mats Can Be Made Of Various Materials Including Rubber, Carpeting Materials, Vinyl, And Wood.

Why Use Anti-Fatigue Mats?

Anti-Fatigue Mats Are Often Used To Decrease Foot And Lower Limb Disorders For Workers Who Stand In One Position For Long Periods. However, Providing A Mat May Not Solve The Entire Problem. Discomfort, Tiredness, And Sore Feet, Legs, Knees Or Hips After Long Hours Of Standing Are The Combined Effect Of Several Factors, Namely The Design Of The Work, The Workers' Footwear, And The Flooring Material. According To Scientific Data, Standing For Long Periods Of Time Is Particularly Stressful And Fatiguing. Regardless Of The Quality Of Shoes And Quality Of The Floor Covering, Standing Itself Can Cause Tiredness After An Entire Working Day.

What Should Be Considered First When A Person Stands All Day At Work?

When Considering The Use Of Anti-Fatigue Mats, There Are Other Factors That Should Be Considered At The Same Time, Such As Allowing Changes In Working/Standing Position, Footwear, And Flooring.

Changes In Working/Standing Position: Work Should Be Organized So That The Worker Has Some Choice About His/Her Working Position And An Opportunity To Change Position Frequently. A Workplace That Includes An Optional Seat (CHAIR, Sit/Stand Stool) And Some Kind Of Footrest Increases The Variety Of Body Positions And Encourages Frequent Changes Between Them.

Footwear: Footwear Is A Factor Which, If Properly Chosen, May Further Reduce The Harmful Effects Of Prolonged Standing. There Is No Doubt That The Choice Of Footwear Is An Important Consideration For People Who Work On Their Feet. Shoes Should Ensure Adequate Arch And Heel Support And Cushioning While Providing Comfort To The Wearer.

Flooring: The Type Of Flooring Used In The Workplace Has An Equally Important Influence On Comfort, Especially On Tender Feet. Hard, Unyielding Floors, Like Concrete, Are The Least Comfortable Surface To Work On. Walking On A Hard Floor Is Similar To The Impact Of A Hammer Pounding The Heel At Every Step. Wood, Cork, Carpeting, Or Rubber - Anything That Provides Some Elasticity - Is Generally Gentler On Workers' Feet. More Than That, Softer Floor Coverings Reduce Fatigue And Improve Safety By Reducing Slips And Falls On Slippery Floors

Sizes Of Anti-Fatigue Mats

Code: 6009,

  • Size 600x900mm,
  • Thickness 17mm

Code: 6015,

  • Size 900x1500mm,
  • Thickness 17mm

Code: 6030,

  • Size 900x3000mm,
  • Thickness 17mm