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New Pig Expands Line of Pig Grippy Floor Mats

Adhesive-backed floor mats help facilities improve floor safety and maintenance

New Pig Corporation, the leading brand for helping workplaces manage leaks, drips and spills to create safer, cleaner and more productive environments, now offers PIG® Grippy® Floor Mats, designed to keep entrances and walkways safer and significantly cut potential liability claims and costs.

Pig® Grippy® Floor Mat, the world’s first adhesive-backed absorbent mat, eliminates trip hazards commonly associated with standard carpeted or rubber-backed floor mats. There’s no shifting, bunching up or flipping over. Grippy stays flat and adheres tightly to most common commercial floor surfaces, but peels up easily, so disposal and change-outs are a breeze. Grippy mats are super tough and built to last up to 3 months before change outs. NFSI Certified as a high-traction surface, Grippy mats help reduce slip-and-fall claims by as much as 90% when used as part of a floor safety program.

Engineered fiber matrix provides an efficient absorbent top layer that wicks moisture across the mat and dries fast eliminating puddles and slippery spots. A middle liquid-proof barrier layer prevents any liquid pass-thru, protecting floors and providing safe walking surfaces. Also, due to its thin, lightweight design, Grippy Mat can be cut easily to fit any space, anywhere.

Extremely durable, Grippy won’t rip, shred or fray and is tough enough for heavy-duty walk-on and wheeled traffic. Available for industrial and commercial use in rolls of 100’ or 50’, popular pre-cut mat sizes, and in various widths and colors.

For more information, expert advice or to watch PIG® Grippy® Floor Mat in action, please visit grippymat.com or call New Pig at 1-800-HOT-HOGS (468-4647).

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