What is Anti Fatigue Matting?
As the name suggests, anti-fatigue mats and anti-fatigue matting are mats and matting designed to reduce fatigue caused by standing on a hard surface such as a tiled floor for a prolonged period of time. Standing behind a sales counter, reception desk or behind a public bar are all areas where fatigue can set in without the use of a softer mat such as a specially designed anti-fatigue mat.
Mats designed to reduce fatigue can be manufactured from a range of different materials including rubber, wood, carpeting materials, or special types of vinyl.
At Commercial Matting we currently have 4 different types of anti-fatigue mats in stock: Anti Fatigue Mat Kleen Komfort Office, the Anti Fatigue Mat Kleen Komfort Soft, the Anti Fatigue Mat Kleen Komfort Safety and the Kleen Kushion Anti Fatigue Mat.
Kleen-Komfort Office is the ideal cushioned anti-fatigue workplace mat. Made with a polypropylene surface, it is extremely durable and perfect for long standing comfort at workstations and counters.
Kleen-Komfort Soft is another perfect solution for reducing fatigue in the workplace. It is combined with a stylish soft nylon surface for extra comfort under foot.
Kleen-Komfort is a durable rubber mat that provides excellent traction and fatigue relief for your muscles and joints at the same time. The cushioned inner construction promotes excellent anti-fatigue properties, and its surface texture and low-profile edges convey a better grip and reduced risk of slip or trip accidents in the workplace.
Finally, the Kleen Kushion Anti Fatigue Mat combines durability with foam rubber construction for the ultimate anti-fatigue workplace mat with limitless application possibilities. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, wet areas, chemical production, kitchens and canteens, workshops, factories or anywhere else where workers stand. This is probably our most versatile anti-fatigue solution.
Our anti-fatigue mats work by encouraging regular foot movements as the feet adapt to the cushioned surface of the mat. The muscles in the feet and calves expand and contract aiding circulation and the pumping of blood back to the heart.