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Which Anti-Fatigue Mat Is Right For Me?

Posted on: July 19th, 2012 by
I got a very interesting telephone call from a customer regarding a high-end lenses repair operation he just started. These are repairs for lenses from microscopes to telescopes… out of his detached garage! Shocked and alarmed, (I’ve tried disassembling a camera lenses before in less than perfect conditions and ended up with A LOT of dust caught in the camera, which resulted in a useless camera) the first borderline-annoyed question on my mind was “how can you work on, let alone repair, lenses in a garage?? Is it a finished garage? Is it a workshop? Really, that’s three questions, but you see, lenses require manufacture and service in fairly clean, sterile, dust free environments.  Any particle of dust that gets caught in the chambers of a telescope, microscope, or camera lenses can cause some serious headaches for the observer using it.  A trip to the Griffith Park Observatory (or any observatory really) would serve everyone well to understand just how precise, delicate, and magnificent these instruments are.
Our customer is a professional, however, and was calling us to see if we could provide a foam material with anti-fatigue qualities for himself and his staff that does not shed any of it’s particles from use.  When working they tend to stand for long periods of time and they wanted to be more comfortable.  With ease, we decided on any of the hard-topped anti-fatigue mats as opposed to the ones that are just pure foam. These being (to name a few) our Diamond anti-fatigue mat, Invigorator, and the K-marble anti-fatigue mat.  I strayed away from the Marble fatigue mat since I understand to be more prone to chemical wear than our vinyl.

Work In Comfort – Use an Anti Fatigue Mat

Posted on: October 25th, 2010 by

Anti Fatigue Mats - Anti Fatigue Matting Simply Makes CentsIn many industries, workers are required to stand for long periods of time while performing their responsibilities. Whether you work on an assembly line, as a retail sales clerk, as a hair stylist, or one of the many other “on your feet” type of jobs, having an anti fatigue mat is a must!

Recent studies estimate that more than 83% of the industrial workforce has experienced foot, back and lower leg problems. Ergonomic intervention, such as anti fatigue matting is a cost-effective measure to help prevent or control this problem.  Anti-fatigue Matting helps reduce fatigue. In addition, it has been proven that anti fatigue mats will improve employee morale and productivity.  Matting will also provide resolution to other work environment needs such as traction, wear-resistance, fluid and chemical protection, durability, shock-absorption, ESD/Conductive and floor coverings.

In addition, insurance companies consider matting one of the top 3 solutions to Slip & Fall problems.

In todays work environment, matting is a factor in almost all plants where a new safety & productivity plan is implemented. It is considered the quickest and most affordable method to enhance safety and reduce workplace injuries and relieve fatigue and stress.

Simply put, Anti Fatigue Matting Makes Cents!