Cocoa Mats

Tough Cocoa fibers brush dirt and moisture from shoes.

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The luxuriously thick natural fibers that make up our Cocoa Mats provide a super absorbent surface capable of withstanding even the harshest weather elements. Its densely woven fibers whisk away dirt and moisture before it can damage clean entrances. Natural Cocoa Fibers are woven into a thick mat to provide excellent scrapping action. These mats are one of the oldest type on the market today. These are also used for horse trailer mats.

Uses:Indoor or covered outdoor entrances
Surfaces: Tightly woven, natural fibers
Backing: Vinyl backing - perfect for recessed entrances
Added Benefit: Heavy-grade fibers for long-lasting performance
Thickness:

1/2", 11/16" or 13/16"

Pricing:     1/2"      $6.40 sq.ft.
  11/16"    $7.35 sq.ft.
1 3/16"    $10.50 sq.ft.

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Reinforced, Braided Edge Cocoa Mats

These do NOT have a vinyl backing.
Only available in 1 thickness and in these sizes:

SizePriceSizePrice

14x24

$16.00

30X48

49.35

16x27

$19.20

36x48

60.45

18x30

22.15

36x60

84.60

22x36

30.55

36x72

98.50

24X39

35.35

48x72

115.80

26X42

40.20

 

 





NAMCO ROAD ROLLER MATS 

Road roller mats are made with fibers from the almost indestructible outer husk of the coconut.  These fibers are bonded into a vinyl backing. These vinyl back NAMCO Road Roller Mats can be installed much easier than woven mats and can be easily cut to fit without the mat unraveling. If small holes are needed for installation, a sharp knife or punch will easily do the job.



NAMCO Road Roller Mats are available in the following choices:
Stock No.Std. Roll SizeStd. Ctn. PackStd. Ctn. Wt.Lineal Ft.
RR 4R4" x 32'-9"2 rolls43 lbs.$ 3.96
RR 6R6" x 32'-9" 1 roll33 lbs.$ 5.90
RR 8R8" x 32'-9" 1 roll43 lbs.$ 6.75
RR 9R9" x 32'-9" 1 roll49 lbs.$ 7.80
RR 10R10" x 32'-9" 1 roll54 lbs.$ 8.70
RR 12R12" x 32'-9" 1 roll67 lbs.$10.20

* Mats are 30mm thick (approx. 1-3/16")









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updated 8/22/11