How are new wrestling mats made: . Wrestling mat foam comes in 5′ width rolls by many yards long. We lay these rolls side by side and glue them together to form the size mat a customer has ordered. A wrestling mat must have excellent shock absorption, tear resistance, and compression qualities. Therefore, we rely on PVC rubber nitrile foam designed specifically for impact protection. In fact, you’ll find this product in football helmets, karate pads, and under artificial turf. Wrestling mats made from Polyethylene foam can’t compare to the properties of PVC rubber nitrile foam. After a mat has been manufactured it goes through a two week curing process prior to shipping. A powder coating is applied to the mats to assure that it doesn’t bind to itself. Upon receipt, all mats will need to be cleaned. Features: . 3-year manufacturer guarantee. Ensolite foam core. Tougher than Trocellen foam used by other manufacturers. Thickness: 1″ or 1.25″. Coated edges to prevent deterioration. One 3″ roll of tape included with 10’x10′ and two section 12’x12′ mats. 12’x12′ two section wrestling mats come as two 6’x12′ pieces with a 10′ circle and referee markings. 12’x12′ one piece wrestling mats come with a 10′ circle and referee markings. 10’x10′ wrestling mats come as two 5’x10′ pieces with 8′ circle/referee markings. 5’x10′ mats come as one piece with no markings and no tape. Meets ASTM E648 used as Floor Covering – Fire Retardant Critical Radiant Flux: Class I. Color of mat and color or markings are selected by you. Custom mat sizes can be produced to your specifications. See our mat care instructions.
Made with PVC rubber nitrile foam designed specifically for impact protection.
Coated edges to prevent deterioration.
One 3″ roll of tape included with 10’x10′ and two section 12’x12′ mats.
10’x10′ wrestling mats come as two 5’x10′ pieces with 8′ circle/referee markings.
Meets or Exceeds ASTM F 1081-03 “Standard Specification for Competition Wrestling Mats” in accordance with ASTM F 355 “Test Method for Shock Absorbing Properties of Playing Surface Systems and Materials”.