Ecotile S500/7 is the softer and more flexible version of Ecotile, it is not suitable for use with fork lifts or pallet trucks. Ecotile S500/7 has been used with greatsuccess to provide a comfortable work surface, to protect
product or goods from damage through impact with hard floors, around machinery and benches and behind counters and bars to delay the onset of worker fatigue. At low temperatures (below zero centigrade) the tiles adopt the same performance characteristics as the standard 7mm Ecotile making it ideal for cold stores and freezers.
Composition & Manufacture: Ecotile S500/7 is manufactured in the same way as the standard Ecotile but with a higher percentage of plasticizer and elastomer to create the softer feel.
- Assembly lines
- Freezer rooms
- Shop counters
- Around Machinery
- Baggage collection
- For product protection
Ecotile logo tiles:
Add impact to your Ecotile floor by incorporating permanent floor markings. Ecotile LLP are able to incorporate almost any logo or image into your Ecotile floor to create a permanent and highly visual sign or message. The logo tiles are manufactured by CNC water laser jet cutting which ensures a clean and precise cut. The only restriction on design is the colour range of Ecotile which is limited to black, light grey, dark grey, green, dark blue, french blue, red, yellow, terracotta and white (plus occasionally a few special colours, subject to availability).
Company logo tiles: Place your sales message or logo where it will really get noticed and enhance your company’s image and profile.
Badges & Insignia: Almost any design can be incorporated into your Ecotile floor.
Hazard Warning / Floor Safety Signs: Statutory Health and Safety Regulations require every company ensure that the appropriate Health and Safety Signs are displayed throughout all premises. We are able to manufacture the full range of warning signs (black & yellow), prohibitory signs (red & white) and mandatory signs (blue and white).
- In-Shop Displays / POS
- Exhibition Stands
- Demonstration Areas
- Identifying Safety Hazards
- Guidance for Fire Exits
- Mandatory Warning
- Traffic Demarcation /Pedestrian Crossings