Properties of Rubber Tiles

Rubber tiles are a great way to preserve the environment. These tiles are made of used car tires, and they can be recycled. Most tiles can be made from rubber, including EPDM, SBR, and NBR. EPDM rubber is preferred by many because it is durable and high-quality. EPDM rubber is more durable than traditional rubber tire granules (i.e. EPDM, which is made from recycled tires, has no odor and can withstand UV rays for life. 

Rubber tile roll producers can also add custom ingredients to make tiles that meet specific requirements.Conductive rubber tile work To increase their resistance against atmospheric agents and rough usage, these tiles can be processed with a variety of chemical and mechanical methods.

Vulcanizing – Rubber tiles are treated with sulfur or other chemicals to improve their mechanical properties. Vulcanization is used to treat interlocking rubber tiles. The tiles are made less sticky and can be used outdoors. The process also improves strength and other mechanical properties.

Layering – Rubber tiles are made up of multiple layers. The thickness and mechanical properties of the layers will determine their thickness. For indoor use, thin tiles are preferable. For outdoor use, thicker tiles should be preferred. These tiles also come with additional treatment to ensure a non-slip surface.

These tiles can also be textured in a variety of patterns and textures. This makes it possible to mix and match these tiles with other interior themes and designs. These tiles were created for industrial purposes. These floors were created to offer a shock-resistant, weather-resistant surface with an acoustic dampening function.