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Hog Heaven III Traffic Modular Tiles

Product Number 4477 (18"), 4478 (36"), 4479 (18" drainable), 4480 (36" drainable)
Hog Heaven III Traffic Modular Tiles provide a customizable matting solution for areas with cart traffic.  They offer ergonomic qualities yet are firm enough to support traffic from heavy carts.
  • Firm & Durable - Solid nitrile rubber foam lasts for years, even under heavy cart traffic
  • Comfortable - High-density, closed-cell nitrile rubber foam provides anti-fatigue qualities to reduce the pain and fatigue associated with standing for long periods of time
  • Versatile - Grease/oil proof; chemical resistant; welding safe; ESD rating of electrically conductive
  • Tiles are 5/8" thick and available with black or OSHA-approved striped yellow border

The versatile modular design works for large custom installations and is recommended for industrial areas with heavy carts or cart traffic.

18" Center Tile: 18" x 18"
18" Side Tile: 18" x 21.875"
18" Corner Tile: 21.875" x 21.875"

36"Center Tile: 36" x 36"
36" Side Tile: 36" x 39.875"
36" Corner Tile: 39.875" x 39.875"

Please note, mat sizes are approximate as rubber shrinks and expands in conjunction with temperature and time. Tolerable manufacturing size variance is 3-5%.

CONSTRUCTION
Material: High-density, closed-cell nitrile rubber foam

OVERALL MAT THICKNESS: 5/8 inch (0.625")

STANDARDS & TESTING

  • Durometer: 50-55
  • Compression Deflection:
        12.4% at 20 psi 
        20.5% at 40 psi
  • Passes flammability standard DOC-FF1-70
  • ASTM C1028-96 static coefficient of friction:
        Dry 0.74 
        Wet 0.77
  • ESD rating of electrically conductive:
        Surface to surface at 50% relative humidity 1.7 x 10^5
        Surface to surface at 12% relative humidity 2.0 x 10^5

Hog Heaven mats and tiles can be cleaned by scrubbing with a deck brush (when needed), using detergent with a neutral pH, and rinsing with a hose or pressure washer.  Mats should be laid flat or hung to dry.

There are three components in the Hog Heaven III Tile System: the corner tile, the side tile, and the middle tile.

The corner tile has a border on two adjacent sides.
The side tile has a border on one side.
The middle tile has no borders.

Each tile comes with an Anchor Pad on the back side. Please follow the instructions on the Anchor Pad to properly affix the tile to the floor.Begin with a clean floor, free of debris.

  1. Start with a corner tile and attach as many side tiles as needed to complete the width of the installation, ending with another corner tile. As you place tiles, make sure you are using the attached Anchor Pad to secure each tile (follow the instructions on the Anchor Pad which is attached to the backside of each tile).
  2. Beginning at the corner tile, attach as many side tiles as needed to complete the length of the installation, ending with another corner tile.
  3. Beginning in one corner, fill in the remaining center space with as many middle tiles as needed to complete the installation.Please note: To avoid pinch points, cut out the tile around equipment.

Avoid pushing carts on Hog Heaven III Comfort Tiles. Workstations with cart traffic should use Hog Heaven III Traffic Tiles in the path of the cart.

How to Cut Hog Heaven III Tile Corners:

You will need cut-resistant gloves, a linoleum knife, and a metal straight edge.

  1. To cut an inside corner on modular tiles, lay out the entire area of tiles making sure to overlap the side tiles forming the desired inside corner.
  2. Lay a metal straight edge at a 45 degree angle on top of the inside corner. Make sure to lift up the top overlap edging with the metal edge in place to see where the cut will end up to ensure you will be satisfied with the location.
  3. Hold the metal straight edge firmly by placing downward pressure on it. Using a linoleum knife, make one firm, clean cut through both tiles. A utility knife will not cut deep enough through both tiles, and you will end up making two or three cuts (and the angles may not line up perfectly).
  4. You should have two pieces from each tile after the cut is made. Remove those pieces.
  5. After making the cut, lay the inside corners of the two tiles side by side. Some users choose to glue the corner together. This can be done by adding a few drops of super glue to one side of the edging and attaching it to the other.