Posts Tagged ‘trade show’

Trade Show Flooring

Posted on: June 17th, 2010 by

interlocking foam tilesYou know? Regardless of whether or not you’ve ever taken your business to an expo, or exhibited in any similar situation, it might not be a bad idea to have some trade show flooring tiles on hand, if you think you might participate in one in the future. These trade show tiles are high impact absorbent and provide comfortable flooring for anyone who walks or stands on them—they’re also great protection against breakage where delicate items might be dropped.

And if you were asking, “Where would I store something like that? How would I transport the tiles?” the appropriate solution to that dilemma is to store them in trade show shipping cases, which come in hard or soft, with or without wheels.


Industrial Mats

Posted on: May 21st, 2010 by

trade show flooringIndustrial mats and trade show flooring are typically manufactured at endurance standards not called for in residential door or floor mats—many of which are, in actuality, anti-fatigue mats by nature.  With industrial mats, such as non-conductive mats that “grab” 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.  Both types are not really what you’d look for if you were looking for trade show flooring, but need anti-fatigue flooring for an exhibit.  The more fitting choice in the case of anti-fatigue trade show flooring for an expo would be something wood finish flooring like SoftWoodTM.


Trade Show Floor Cases

Posted on: May 13th, 2010 by

trade show shipping casesAre you tired of lugging around your trade show flooring in stacks, thrown in the back of a van or someone’s pick up truck?   What happens if you need to travel out of state, on a plane?  Are you going to wrap your flooring in shrink-wrap?  Of course you won’t.   Not only are you too professional for that, you don’t want your valuable flooring to be torn up by baggage handlers! Trade show floor cases, like those pictured here, are the answer to this dilemma.

You wouldn’t transport your trade show flooring that way any more than a drummer for a band would haul expensive drums in cardboard boxes.  The great thing about the trade show flooring industry, measures have been taken to provide optimum convenience of transport of flooring, but also maximum protection. Trade show shipping cases come in either hard or soft…with wheels or without.


Trade Show Flooring

Posted on: May 12th, 2010 by

For the perfect solution to expo or trade show flooring needs, choose the color, style, pattern, or texture you prefer, calculate your area to be covered and choose the amount of tiles you need. These highly durable, reversible, interlocking foam tiles not only provide ideal flooring for your exhibit and staff, they also provide anti-fatigue qualities that will reduce strain on your feet as well as a comfortable one for patrons and visitors to your show.

These non-toxic floor tiles are puncture resistant to high heels and other, similar occurrences, are fire retardant, and meet all observed safety standards. Be sure to use our tile calculator to accurately calculate the area you’ll be covering, with the 1.5% overlap of the interlocking edges in mind. You’ll also want to be sure to purchase trade show shipping cases with wheels for easier transport.


Trade Show Flooring

Posted on: May 11th, 2010 by

trade show flooringIf you own your own company and either frequently or occasionally find a need for trade show flooring to place beneath display cases for showcasing your goods, you can find just what you’re looking for in a remarkable variety of styles, colors, textures, and applications—all in one place.

Perhaps you don’t need a whole lot of flooring to cover a large area; in which case, you might get by throwing down a few indoor carpet entrance mats, which would work nicely if your cases aren’t too large or heavy. Then, once you’ve returned to your office, those mats could continue to serve you just outside your front door, or even just inside as added protection for your nicer, more permanent flooring. The point is, you don’t have to invest in large segments of trade show flooring tiles or rolled flooring to suit your needs.


Trade Show Flooring

Posted on: May 8th, 2010 by

trade show flooringTrade show flooring can be rolled up.   Trade show flooring also comes in handy, foam, interlocking tiles that can be pieced together easily, taken apart, and hauled off in shipping cases with wheels for protection of your investment, not to mention to ease transport.  Trade show flooring, or expo flooring as it’s sometimes referred to, comes in multiple colors, faux wood surfacing, camouflage, and numerous other variations in appearance; most of it being anti-fatigue, highly durable, typically manufactured from non-toxic, recycled rubber. You can even find carpeted trade show flooring for a more regal, executive look.

No matter your need, you no longer have to be content to display your showcases set up on area or non-slip rugs…trade show flooring is a sophisticated industry. Are you keeping up?


Trade Show Flooring

Posted on: May 8th, 2010 by

trade show flooring

Maybe you’re not looking exactly for trade show flooring like the kind used in expos, but maybe you need exercise room flooring, as roll up flooring won’t quite suit your purposes.  If you were looking a couple of decades ago, you might have had to be content using exercise mats pushed together, or stacked throw rugs—both of which we all know just won’t cut it when you need something far more durable, practical, and portable.

Exercise flooring like that shown here, you should know, is:

  • Made of EVA foam and contains no latex.
  • Non-Toxic, Lead-Free, Latex-Free.
  • Fire Retardant, meeting highest flammability requirements of FHSA Section 1500.3.

What’s more, our exercise flooring comes in either 2’ x 2’ interlocking tiles, or 4’ x 4’ for covering larger areas faster—either way, you’ll find what you need.