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- Natural Rubber: The milky white liquid from the rubber tree is used to make natural rubber floors, this is a sustainable resource and therefore qualifies as green flooring.
- Synthetic Rubber: Due to a shortage in the demand of natural rubber floors a synthetic rubber was manufactured, this floor does not qualify as a green floor but is more durable and resistant than natural rubber flooring.
- Recycled Rubber: Recycled rubber floors are available in full floor coverings and also as loose carpets for entrances and qualify as a green product.
Tiles or Sheets
- Tiles: Rubber tiles usually comes in square sizes from 300-500mm, it is a bit easier to install and can easily be mixed to create patterns. A tile can be replaced if needed.
- Sheets: Rubber sheets are better protected against moisture and water damage due to less seams than tiles.
Installation System or Method
- Glued: The rubber tile or sheet gets glued to the sub-floor.
- Interlock: The rubber tiles are manufactured with a locking system, installation is faster and the tile can be picked up again and reinstalled in another area if needed.
- Plain: Available in both tiles or sheets this floor has a smooth surface
- Studded: Available in both tiles or sheets this floor has flat round studs and provides better grip, ideal for commercial applications like garage showrooms and areas where the floor might slope
- Diamond: Available in both tiles or sheets this floor has a diamond patter and provide the best grip, ideal for industrial areas where spills are expected and areas where the floor slopes to provide maximum grip.
- Solid: Plain coloured floor available in a wide range of colours, mostly used in residential areas like kids play rooms or bathrooms.
- Speckeld: Speckled pattern inside the tile or sheet floor.
- Pattern: This is an imitation of other natural kinds of flooring, usually of marble.