Where should I use Coral entrance matting?
If you really want to keep your building clean and safe, it’s not enough to throw down a mat at the door. In fact, the Health and Safety Executive advises against the use of loose lay mats which they state "can introduce a range of hazards and are not always very effective".
Creating a good entrance flooring involves thinking about footfall – the number of people walking in and out in a given period – and walking routes(the directions they take once inside) and applying that information in the design of the entrance area.
We have defined 3 entrance zones to plan in your entrance flooring solution:
Application 1: Outside use Coral grip
Any matting placed outside the building entrance is the first line of defence against foot-borne soil by scraping the coarsest dirt from the soles of shoes before they cross the threshold.
Application 2: Inside use Coral classic, Coral duo, Coral brush, Coral interior
Moving inside, the next line of defence is used to remove moisture and finer dirt particles from all feet entering the building.
Application 3: Other circulation areas Coral classic
Other areas in the building also suffer from soil and moisture; reception areas, corridors, walkways, elevators, staircase exits, etc. All these areas are prone to residual soiling and will benefit highly from a purposely designed Coral entrance floor to absorb this soiling.