An old favourite for Live Working Electrical Engineers, this 6mm Thick Material is often seen as a alternative to BS921. Although not officially tested to any specific standard the Thickness is still seen as re-assuring to some over newer and thinner specifications.
Electrical Insulation Matting conforming to BS921, remains the Matting of Choice for many Live Working Engineers, despite the introduction of BS EN 61111:2009. With a minimum Base Rubber Thickness of 6mm + Ribs the 8-10mm Thick Rubber offers the reassurance that some question with newer and thinner standards.
Specifically designed to be Low Smoke for high safety interior applications around switchgear, it is also widely used on vehicles, commercial vessels and both surface and subsea naval ships where there is a need to protect personnel from risk of smoke inhalation.
Type II Class 1 material is breakdown tested to 20,000 volts, Proof Tested to 10,000 volts and approved for use in applications up to 7,500 Volts.
Materials are also available to meet Class 2 and Class 3 requirements.