OBEX Tergo HD Exterior Matting

OBEX Tergo HD Exterior Matting

Milliken OBEX ARX Tergo HD Entrance Matting
Product Description

The exterior area just before the building access - requires a product such as Obex HD Tergo, with scraping action to remove grit and heavy dirt particles, as well as the draining of rain when exposed to the elements in order to prevent slip, trip and fall incidents and to protect internal floors.

Tergo modules include heavy duty solution dyed textile inserts made from 100% ECONYL polyamide monofilaments to provide a strong brushing action.

Tergo provides a powerful first line of defence and stops dirt and dust before it enters the building.

The grid structure of Tergo is made of UV resistant PVC that can resist temperatures from -30°C up to +50°C.

It incorporates resilient scrapers to remove heavy dirt particles, with a choice of open construction for drainage or closed structure for dirt storage.

Footfall offer a professional and certified installation service with this product.

Our team of installation engineers are available to install outside of your business hours to ensure no business interruption.

An experienced Footfall representative is available to visit your facility and to assist in analysing your facility requirements to determine the most suitable entrance matting product(s) to ensure maximum effectiveness.

Key Features of Obex HD Tergo:

  • Primary entrance matting
  • Can be combined with Obex HD Prior and Obex HD Forma
  • Exterior applications
  • PVC modular tile (11mm or 16mm, open or closed construction)
  • Environmentally friendly textile inserts made of 100% ECONYL® fibres
  • Fire rated to meet all fire regulations in Europe
  • Wear rated for heavy commercial use in high foot and wheeled traffic areas
  • Heavy duty solution dyed textile inserts
  • Extremely Durable
  • Surface mounted or in matwell
  • 5 Year Guarantee
  • Easy Installation
  • Available in stock for immediate delivery/installation

 

 

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