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Swarf Mats

Swarf mats are specialized floor coverings designed to provide an effective solution for industrial workplaces that generate metal chips, debris, and other small particles. These mats offer a durable surface that effectively captures and contains swarf, preventing it from spreading throughout the facility and posing a safety hazard.

Swarf mats are commonly used in metalworking facilities, machine shops, and manufacturing plants, where metal debris is a common by product of the production process. They are available in various sizes and materials, including heavy-duty rubber and PVC, and can be customized to suit specific needs. Need assistance? Contact us via live chat for prompt help.

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Swarf mats are specialized floor coverings designed to provide an effective solution for industrial workplaces that generate metal chips, debris, and other small particles. These mats offer a durable surface that effectively captures and contains swarf, preventing it from spreading throughout the facility and posing a safety hazard. Swarf mats are commonly used in metalworking faciliti...
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SWARF MATS

Our range of swarf removal mats offer outstanding value for money. If you are looking for a swarf removal mat or anti swarf mat we are sure that you will find a suitable mat within our range. if you require any assistance with your selection of swarf mats, please do not hesitate to contact us.

SWARF MATS FAQ’S WHAT IS SWARF?

Swarf is a term used to describe the metal chips, shavings, and other small pieces of debris that are generated during industrial processes such as metalworking and machining. Swarf is a common by product of these processes and can pose a safety hazard if not properly managed. Swarf can be made of a variety of metals, including steel, aluminium, and copper, and can range in size from small particles to larger pieces that can cause injury if not handled correctly. Effective swarf management is essential to maintain a safe and productive industrial workplace.

WHAT IS A SWARF MAT?

A swarf mat is a specialized floor covering designed to effectively capture and contain metal chips, debris, and other small particles that are common in industrial workplaces. Swarf mats are typically made from durable materials such as rubber or PVC and can be customized to suit specific needs. They provide a safe and efficient way to manage swarf, improving cleanliness, safety, and productivity in metalworking facilities, machine shops, and manufacturing plants.

WHERE ARE THEY USED?

Swarf mats are primarily used in industrial workplaces that generate metal debris, such as metalworking facilities, machine shops, and manufacturing plants. These mats are typically placed in areas where swarf is generated or collected, such as around machines or workstations, to effectively capture and contain the debris. Swarf mats can also be used in other settings where metal debris is present, such as garages or workshops. The mats help to improve cleanliness, safety, and productivity by preventing swarf from spreading throughout the facility and posing a safety hazard.

ARE THERE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SWARF MAT?

Yes, there are different types of swarf mats available that are designed to meet specific needs and requirements. Swarf mats can vary in size, shape, thickness, and material depending on the application. For example, heavy-duty rubber swarf mats are ideal for use in industrial environments, while PVC swarf mats may be suitable for lighter-duty applications. Some swarf mats are designed with bevelled edges to reduce the risk of tripping, while others may have a textured surface to improve traction. Additionally, some swarf mats are designed to be modular, allowing them to be easily connected or reconfigured as needed to create a larger coverage area.

I’VE HEARD ABOUT STICKY MATS, WHAT ARE THESE?

Sticky swarf mats have removable sticky layers that remove swarf and it the remains stuck to the top layer. When the mat is becoming less effective you simply remove the top sticky layer to reveal a new stick layer below. Refills are available for the sticky swarf mats.