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Rubber outdoor flooring is made of durable tire-derived and synthetic rubber materials that make them reliable and long-lasting outdoor floor covering options for outdoor industrial, commercial, and residential settings. Outdoor industrial and commercial settings can benefit from the long-lasting floor protection outdoor rubber flooring can offer by providing a barrier between heavy equipment and foot traffic and the ground. On the other hand, outdoor residential settings can benefit from the non-slip safety benefits rubber outdoor flooring can offer. Outside mats are designed to provide ground protection and promote non-slip safety in areas that experience heavy foot traffic and frequent precipitation. Rubber is the ideal material for creating outdoor flooring as it can remain intact and functional in the face of changing weather conditions as well as damaging environmental factors.

  1. Can I Put Rubber Mats Outside?

You can put rubber mats outside thanks to the weatherproof rubber materials that are used to create exterior rubber flooring. Outdoor settings are filled with damaging environmental factors as well as abrasive physical factors that can create hazards. Rubber outside mats are designed to provide long-lasting applications in harsh outdoor environments without weakening or losing functionality. Outdoor rubber mats are made from durable rubber materials that can be used and left outdoors for indefinite lengths of time without showing signs of deterioration. Outdoor rubber mats are often made of post-consumer rubber and synthetic SBR, both of which are long-lasting rubber variations that can provide ground protection and non-slip safety in outdoor settings. Post-consumer rubbers, including recycled and reclaimed rubbers, are made of discarded vehicle tires that have been ground up and re-adhered or shredded and melded back together. Due to their vehicle tire origins, post-consumer rubber is highly resistant against damaging environmental factors as well as harsh physical factors, such as impacts and abrasions, making them extremely long-lasting and resilient materials for outdoor flooring. Synthetic SBR is a durable synthetic rubber that is known for its enhanced strength and abrasion resistance as well as its excellent outdoor compatibility.

Exterior rubber flooring can be used in any setting ranging from industrial to commercial and even residential thanks to the different forms of outdoor flooring available. Outdoor flooring is available in the form of rolled and interlocking outdoor mats. Rolled outdoor rubber flooring is available in set lengths of 4’, 5’, 6’, 8’, 10’, and 25’ as well as custom cut lengths of up to 50 consecutive feet, upon request. Rolled outdoor flooring is ideal for covering outdoor walkways or pathways to promote non-slip safety and ground protection in areas with constant or heavy foot traffic. On the other hand, interlocking outdoor mats are smaller rubber mats that are designed to be a customizable flooring option. Interlocking outdoor rubber flooring can be made to a custom size by adding or removing some tiles, making it easy to find flooring for any sized outdoor area. Outdoor rubber flooring, whether rolled or interlocking, is easy to install with the use of little to no adhesives.

  1. Is Rubber Flooring Good for Outdoor?

Rubber flooring is good for outdoors due to its all-weather durability and protective properties including, non-slip safety, and ground protection. Outdoor rubber flooring is made with durable and long-lasting rubber outdoor rubber mats that allow it to not only provide long-lasting flooring, but also to provide excellent ground protection and promote non-slip safety. Tire-derived rubber and synthetic SBR are both excellent outdoor materials that will remain intact and durable in the face of harsh environmental and physical factors. Rubber’s natural tack is enhanced through added surface patterns that are designed to create secure footing. Additionally, rubber offers a natural “bounce back” that provides sufficient padding between damaging physical factors and the ground to prevent any damage. Outdoor rubber flooring is designed to provide long-lasting applications in outdoor environments while also offering non-slip safety and ground protection.

2(a) All-Weather Durability

Rubber outside flooring is made of resilient rubber materials that can stand up well against harsh environmental factors, including UV rays, ozone, oxygen, and wet weather conditions. The recycled and reclaimed rubber used to create rubber outside mats are tire-derived rubber variations, meaning they will exhibit the same all-weather durability seen in the performance of vehicle tires. Synthetic SBR also offers excellent outdoor properties, such as ozone resistance, that allows it to remain reliable in outdoor settings (omnexus.specialchem.com). Ozone, in particular, is a very degrading environmental factor that cracks most materials after extended exposure. Furthermore, moisture can lead to the growth of degrading and hazardous microbial byproducts. Rubber outdoor flooring will remain intact when exposed to ozone and resist the permeation of liquids, preventing the growth of deteriorating microbial byproducts, such as mold and mildew.

2(b) Non-Slip Safety

Rubber waterproof outdoor flooring offers non-slip safety in outdoor settings even in areas moisture is present. Non-slip outdoor flooring is important to have installed in outdoor settings as they are often subjected to wet weather conditions. In general, rubber is a naturally tacky material that offers excellent grip – an important factor to have in outdoor flooring where rubber floors can be exposed to precipitation, such as rain and snow. The grippy surface of outside mats will not be negatively affected by moisture, allowing them to provide non-slip safety in outdoor settings. In addition to rubber’s natural grippy surface, some outside mats are available with an added surface pattern that acts as extra gripping points for secure footing.

2(c) Ground Protection

The rubber materials used to create outdoor flooring are shock absorbent materials that can provide durable ground protection. A rubber outdoor floor covering provides sufficient padding between damaging physical forces and the ground. Hard flooring options, such as concrete, can be severely damaged by strong forces which can lead to costly repairs or even dangerous tripping hazards. As an elastomer, rubber is an elastic material, meaning it can effectively absorb the force of impact and protect the surface below it. Case in point, “rubber is commonly used as shock and vibration absorber having elastic and viscous properties such as high inherent damping, deflection capacity, and energy storage” (journals.sagepub.com). A rubber outdoor floor covering can protect the ground from damage caused by impacts or wear and tear damage caused by a constant flow of foot traffic.

Outdoor rubber mats are made of either tire-derived rubber or synthetic SBR materials and is designed to provide long-lasting non-slip safety and ground protection. Waterproof outdoor flooring helps promote non-slip safety and can stand up well against damaging environmental factors, including UV rays, ozone, oxygen, and wet weather conditions, allowing outdoor flooring to be used and left outdoors without harm. Tire-derived rubber materials exhibit the resilient properties seen in vehicle tires whereas synthetic SBR features enhanced strength and abrasion resistance. Rubber’s elasticity offers excellent shock absorption properties that efficiently protect the ground from impacts and constant foot traffic. Furthermore, the option of rolled and interlocking outdoor mats allows you to find rubber outdoor flooring that fit a specific space.

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