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Module Stable

PVC FLOORING FOR THE AGRICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT

Thickness and shore : 14 mm

Dimensions (mm) : 500 X 500

Fire classification : Bfl-S1

Composition : PVC EPDM (100% Recycled)

Weight : 7.6 kg / m2 (1.9kg / tile)

Slip resistance : Yes (BS EN 7188)

Pack size / box mÂČ :

  • 1 pallet = 500 tiles
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THE INTERLOCKING PVC TILE THAT CAN BE USED AS STABLE MAT OR EQUESTRIAN FLOORING 

Are you looking for an eco-friendly product capable of protecting floors and walls, whether in large milking parlors or horse boxes ?

Our Module Stable tile is a moulded, non-slip tile with a cellular structure that gives excellent durability and comfort. With its unique puzzle join it is very quick and easy to install. No special skills or tools are required for the installation. There’s no costly preparation works required either. The Module Stable tiles can also be used as a stable mat thanks to the ramps and angles available.

These tiles are environmentally responsible because it’s entirely made from recycled materials. It is designed to absorb shock and noise as well as vibration. It is very resistant and is especially suitable for all weather conditions as well as extreme temperatures. Its unique interlocking design, in puzzle shape, prevents Module Stable tiles from moving. The tiles protect from the cold and resist to most solvents. The flexibility of PVC also prevents from damaging the existing floor and avoid generating dust from old concrete.

This product is available in black, in two different patterns. The Checkerplate pattern provides excellent slip resistance while the Penny pattern provides a smoother surface for greater comfort. The hollow structure below the tiles provides the ergonomic properties necessary to protect the joints of animals from being injured.

Module Stable Color Chart :

  • Delivery within 15 business days for Western Europe
  • Only available in Black (100% recycled)

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More information about the  fire classification (EN 13501)

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