Electrical Insulation Rubber Mats is specially designed to prevent shocks and high voltage current. These mats are used in front of switchboards and high voltage equipment. Citizen Cooling Solutions Limited are the leading suppliers of High Voltage Rubber Electrical mat in Nairobi, Kenya and across the borders. With our competitive prices, we can ensure that your workplace is electrical hazard-free. Contact us for further information.
Our electrical safety matting 450 volts working is the lowest voltage matting we offer that also complies with health and safety standards. At 6mm thick this matting offers a lightweight alternative to other electrical matting products. We regularly supply this product for use on assembly lines or applications which are using a 240 volt single phase switchgear. We always recommend allowing a 90% safety margin in order to protect against potential electrical discharge.
HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR ELECTRICAL SAFETY MATTING
Increasing the life expectancy of the matting
Matting should be stored in a container or package. Care should be taken in order to ensure that the matting is not compressed, folded or stored in proximity to steam pipes, radiators or other sources of artificial heat or exposed to direct sunlight, artificial light or other sources of ozone. It is desirable that the ambient temperature be between 10°C and 21°C.
It is recommended that the matting be packaged in an individual container of sufficient strength to properly protect the matting from damage.
- Examination Before Use
Each time before use, the matting should be visually inspected. If the matting is thought to be unsafe, it should not be used and should be returned for testing or to be destroyed.
- Precautions In Use
Matting should not be exposed unnecessarily to heat, light or to be allowed to come into contact with oil, grease, turpentine, white spirit or strong acid.
When rubber matting becomes soiled, it should be washed with warm water, soap and then dried thoroughly. If insulating compounds such as paint continue to stick to the mat, the affected parts should be wiped immediately with a
suitable solvent, avoiding excessive solvent use, and then immediately washed and treated as described above.
Matting which becomes wet in use or by washing should be dried thoroughly, ensuring that the temperature of the matting does not exceed 65°C
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