Entrance matting systems on trains will save rail operators time and money

Entrance systems in vehicles are the unsung heroes that do their job invisibly and without acknowledgement of the bigger audience. Forbo Flooring‘s entrance matting system, Coral FR, is one of those underestimated solutions.

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A Coral FR entrance matting system by Forbo Flooring Systems for Translink NI Rail.

To prevent moisture and dirt coming into the vehicle, a good entrance system in the form of a mat or grid shape is important – it wipes off sand, water and snow without passengers actively having to wipe their feet.  A good entrance system will not only improve cleanliness throughout the train, but will also reduce maintenance costs as well as prolonging the life of other floor coverings.

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Our renowned entrance matting product, Coral FR can reduce the amount of dirt and moisture entering train saloon areas by up to 94%. Not only does this save time and money as mentioned, it can help to create a better journey experience for passengers and increase customer satisfaction levels. Our Coral FR ranges offer incredible functionality benefits but this is not at the compromise of style and aesthetic. With 39 standard colours and the possibility to create custom designs, Coral FR will work to keep carriages clean whilst perfectly complementing any interior design scheme.

Our Coral FR carpets are made from 100% regenerated Econyl yarn, created from pre and post consumer waste to contribute towards better environments and a healthier planet.

Our entrance matting ranges meet EN45545-2 with an HL2 rating and are well suited to many different rail applications. To find out more, visit our website

 

 

 

 

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