Swisstrax – FAQ
Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about Swisstrax Tiles.
Yes, you can choose as many colours as you wish for the same price.
Yes, using a flat-edged screwdriver you are able to pop out a single tile from the middle without affecting the rest of the floor.
Yes, Swisstrax is easily and quickly installed by the end user. They simply snap together without the need of any tools. Installing Swisstrax is often referred to as “Lego For Adults”.
Swisstrax is the pinnacle of modular flooring. The Swisstrax tile is the toughest on the market due to it’s 19mm 4 point injection molding process. They hold a much higher PSI rating than any other tiles in the marketplace. Swisstrax has an industry leading warranty, and superior patented locking system when compared to all other brands.
Yes, Swisstrax is made with 100% virgin polypropylene with the exception of Rubbertrax which is a blend of rubber and polypropylene. The channel system underneath our tiles allows them to have “bounce” or “shock” providing anti-fatigue properties. Companies such as Ford, GM, Dodge and many others use our flooring for events due to the comfort it provides when standing on it for hours at a time.
No, All Swisstrax tiles are UV resistant. They are injected with a UV Stabilizer during the injection molding process.
The quality of our tiles have earned the trust of brands like Ford, Dodge, John Deere, Barrett Jackson and more. Even so, our flooring tiles have continued to evolve over the past 20 years. We’re constantly improving our product’s durability, design and performance while innovating to bring new products to transform floors. We value the investment our customers make when they choose our tiles and work tirelessly behind the scenes to show our appreciation for your business.
Yes, Swisstrax tiles can support up to 5,120 PSI (pounds per square inch).
Yes, Swisstrax tiles can be easily cut using a table saw or circular saw to your specific installation needs.
Swisstrax is resistant to almost everything except for battery acid. Make sure to keep away from direct heat sources such as butane torches as well. It is flame and heat resistant and while it will melt under an intense heat flame, it will not combust and burn spontaneously, so it is safe to use while using welding and grinding equipment.
Swisstrax tiles have an effective anti-slip ingredient mixed into the polypropylene which keeps them slip free when wet. Most of the competitors simply spray on an anti-slip mixture after production which gradually wears off, whereas Swisstrax has it mixed in during production, so it won’t ever wear off. Swisstrax tiles are certified to AS/NZS 4586:2004 Appendix A (wet method) as Class X for pedestrian use.