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How To Choose A Chairmat HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT CHAIRMAT ﷯Selecting the right chairmat for any work area begins by choosing the most appropriate shape. Four shapes are illustrated. Over 90% of all requirements are usually met by the Single Lip and Rectangular shapes. When stock shapes don't fully meet the needs of a given area, custom-shaped chairmats can be Special ordered. Once the shape is selected, determine the ideal size. While the most-ordered chairmat size is 45" x 53", stock chairmats are available in sizes ranging from 36" x 48" up to 72" x 96". Make your decision by considering the total floor space available, the width of space under the desk or workstation, the size of the chair base and the range of front-to-back and side-to-side movement you want without rolling off the edge of the chairmat. Regardless of the shape, the measurements are always given in overall dimensions (includes lip). ﷯The next important factor is knowing if the chairmat will be used over carpet or over a hard surface like linoleum tile or hardwood. Chairmats used over padded, plush carpeting need to be more rigid and thicker than those placed on unpadded commercial carpeting. For commercial and rubber backed carpets without padding, choose Economy ER10 (.085 to .098 Thick). For low pile carpets of 3/8 inches or less including padding choose Intermediate ER19 (.110 Thick). For medium pile carpets of 3/4 inches or less including padding choose Standard thickness ER20 (.130 Thick). For carpets from 3/4 to 1 inch thick, choose ER30 (.170 Thick) Deluxe mats. Choose our ER35 (.200 Thick) for carpets over 1 inch thick or you anticipate heavy use or use by "big & tall" individuals. As indicated in the charts, all chairmats for use over carpet are offered with our new anchorbar cleat system which nest in the carpet and keep the mat firmly in place. Chairmats for use on hard surfaces do not have anchorpoints but are textured on both sides. Chairmats can be ordered with beveled edges or straight edges. Chairsandchairs.com offers both designs. We are also able to special order other thicknesses you might need, bevel edges on sizes we do not stock and special sizes to fit your special needs. E-mail your specific information to us through our CUSTOM LINK Note Warranty restrictions on carpet and caster specifications on custom sizes. The one last feature to consider is antistatic protection for computers, magnetic media and other electronic equipment. Just as a power surge device protects against electric current spikes, Anti-Static chairmats protect against harmful static discharges that can destroy files and cause computers and software to malfunction. Check Warranty restrictions on anti-static mats.
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How To Choose A Chairmat
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT CHAIRMAT ﷯Selecting the right chairmat for any work area begins by choosing the most appropriate shape. Four shapes are illustrated. Over 90% of all requirements are usually met by the Single Lip and Rectangular shapes. When stock shapes don't fully meet the needs of a given area, custom-shaped chairmats can be Special ordered. Once the shape is selected, determine the ideal size. While the most-ordered chairmat size is 45" x 53", stock chairmats are available in sizes ranging from 36" x 48" up to 72" x 96". Make your decision by considering the total floor space available, the width of space under the desk or workstation, the size of the chair base and the range of front-to-back and side-to-side movement you want without rolling off the edge of the chairmat. Regardless of the shape, the measurements are always given in overall dimensions (includes lip). ﷯The next important factor is knowing if the chairmat will be used over carpet or over a hard surface like linoleum tile or hardwood. Chairmats used over padded, plush carpeting need to be more rigid and thicker than those placed on unpadded commercial carpeting. For commercial and rubber backed carpets without padding, choose Economy ER10 (.085 to .098 Thick). For low pile carpets of 3/8 inches or less including padding choose Intermediate ER19 (.110 Thick). For medium pile carpets of 3/4 inches or less including padding choose Standard thickness ER20 (.130 Thick). For carpets from 3/4 to 1 inch thick, choose ER30 (.170 Thick) Deluxe mats. Choose our ER35 (.200 Thick) for carpets over 1 inch thick or you anticipate heavy use or use by "big & tall" individuals. As indicated in the charts, all chairmats for use over carpet are offered with our new anchorbar cleat system which nest in the carpet and keep the mat firmly in place. Chairmats for use on hard surfaces do not have anchorpoints but are textured on both sides. Chairmats can be ordered with beveled edges or straight edges. Chairsandchairs.com offers both designs. We are also able to special order other thicknesses you might need, bevel edges on sizes we do not stock and special sizes to fit your special needs. E-mail your specific information to us through our CUSTOM LINK Note Warranty restrictions on carpet and caster specifications on custom sizes. The one last feature to consider is antistatic protection for computers, magnetic media and other electronic equipment. Just as a power surge device protects against electric current spikes, Anti-Static chairmats protect against harmful static discharges that can destroy files and cause computers and software to malfunction. Check Warranty restrictions on anti-static mats.
How To Choose A Chairmat
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT CHAIRMAT ﷯Selecting the right chairmat for any work area begins by choosing the most appropriate shape. Four shapes are illustrated. Over 90% of all requirements are usually met by the Single Lip and Rectangular shapes. When stock shapes don't fully meet the needs of a given area, custom-shaped chairmats can be Special ordered. Once the shape is selected, determine the ideal size. While the most-ordered chairmat size is 45" x 53", stock chairmats are available in sizes ranging from 36" x 48" up to 72" x 96". Make your decision by considering the total floor space available, the width of space under the desk or workstation, the size of the chair base and the range of front-to-back and side-to-side movement you want without rolling off the edge of the chairmat. Regardless of the shape, the measurements are always given in overall dimensions (includes lip). ﷯The next important factor is knowing if the chairmat will be used over carpet or over a hard surface like linoleum tile or hardwood. Chairmats used over padded, plush carpeting need to be more rigid and thicker than those placed on unpadded commercial carpeting. For commercial and rubber backed carpets without padding, choose Economy ER10 (.085 to .098 Thick). For low pile carpets of 3/8 inches or less including padding choose Intermediate ER19 (.110 Thick). For medium pile carpets of 3/4 inches or less including padding choose Standard thickness ER20 (.130 Thick). For carpets from 3/4 to 1 inch thick, choose ER30 (.170 Thick) Deluxe mats. Choose our ER35 (.200 Thick) for carpets over 1 inch thick or you anticipate heavy use or use by "big & tall" individuals. As indicated in the charts, all chairmats for use over carpet are offered with our new anchorbar cleat system which nest in the carpet and keep the mat firmly in place. Chairmats for use on hard surfaces do not have anchorpoints but are textured on both sides. Chairmats can be ordered with beveled edges or straight edges. Chairsandchairs.com offers both designs. We are also able to special order other thicknesses you might need, bevel edges on sizes we do not stock and special sizes to fit your special needs. E-mail your specific information to us through our CUSTOM LINK Note Warranty restrictions on carpet and caster specifications on custom sizes. The one last feature to consider is antistatic protection for computers, magnetic media and other electronic equipment. Just as a power surge device protects against electric current spikes, Anti-Static chairmats protect against harmful static discharges that can destroy files and cause computers and software to malfunction. Check Warranty restrictions on anti-static mats.