Posted on: June 29th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
There are a number of different flooring types that qualify as trade show flooring. You have trade show booth flooring with a faux wood finish, thereâ€™s soft top that looks and feels an awful lot like foam tiles youâ€™ve surely seen in a variety of flooring environments.
Then, thereâ€™s SoftCarpet [a trademark product] that typically comes in foam, interlocking tiles, that has a carpet top, but doesnâ€™t have that â€œconcrete underneathâ€ feel, as these foam tiles do provide anti-fatigue characteristics you might not have been seeking while shopping for trade show flooring for your expo or other exhibit.
The soft, durable, shock-absorbing feel helps to relieve strain on the lower back and joints in the feet and legs, while providing protection against falls or breakage of precious items dropped.
Posted on: May 21st, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Industrial mats and trade show flooring are typically manufactured at endurance standards not called for in residential door or floor matsâ€”many of which are, in actuality, anti-fatigue mats by nature.Â With industrial mats, such as non-conductive mats that â€œgrabâ€ static electricity built up on human feet or caster wheels, anti-fatigue characteristics are and added plus.
Performa anti-fatigue mats [pictured] designed for wet areas such as restaurant kitchens and other environs prone to water or grease, channel away substances that would otherwise pool underfoot.Â Both types are not really what youâ€™d look for if you were looking for trade show flooring, but need anti-fatigue flooring for an exhibit.Â The more fitting choice in the case of anti-fatigue trade show flooring for an expo would be something wood finish flooring like SoftWoodTM.