CLASS 3 Insulating Matting

68.88 ex. VAT

CLASS 3 insulating matting

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Product Description

CLASS 3 Insulating Matting

For reliable protection for reducing the risk of electric shocks when working on Hybrid and electric vehicles 

In high voltage environments, CLASS 3 Insulating Matting provides a reliable protection for reducing the risk of electric shocks. This non-conductive carpeting is recommended for installation around transformers, in front of switchboards and in other areas where the threat of electrical shocks is high. Once in place, the die-electric mat can prevent serious injury or death by preventing the conduction of electrical current in the event of an accident or equipment malfunction.

Tested and found to be in full compliance with IEC 61111 electrical safety requirements, the CLASS 3 Insulating Matting is 3 millimetres thick and weighs 4.6 kilograms per square meter. Ultra durable against wear and tear, the die-electric carpeting is subjected to high tension testing prior to shipping in order to verify that the switchboard matting meets our high standards for quality excellence.

  • Insulated matting marked in conformity with the IEC 61111 requirements
  • Working voltage: 26kV
  • Withstand voltage: 40kV
  • Subject to a strong high tension control before they get to the customer
  • Dimensions = 1 meter wide x 1 meter long
  • Class 3
  • Colour: grey
  • Hardness: 65 ShA
  • Surface: smooth
  • Thickness: 3mm
  • Strength: 6 MPa
  • Basic weight: 4.6 kg/m2

The matting above is 1 meter wide and one meter long but can be supplied up to 10 meters long in a single piece, please contact us for more info

Product Specifications

Weight 6 kg
Dimensions 110 × 24 × 24 cm


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