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Entrance flooring


Please click here to visit our dedicated Sentinel site for comprehensive details of the full range of entrance matting solutions available from Shackerley..

EVERY building needs an effective entrance matting system to prevent footborne soil and moisture from contaminating interior floor finishes, causing unnecessary wear and tear and creating slip hazards for pedestrians.

Shackerley is a founder member of the Entrance Flooring Systems Association and manufactures an extensive range of high performance Sentinel barrier mats which are specially designed for use in heavy traffic locations.

Sentinel mats are available with Link and Gap constructions, for use in matwells or for surface mounting and each mat is individually designed and manufactured at Shackerley's Lancashire production f acility to meet your exact requirements.

We offer Sentinel entrance flooring to suit every type of building and our barrier mats provide valuable floor protection and enhance pedestrian safety across all parts of the private and public sectors - from hotels, hospitals, shopping centres, leisure centres and office premises, to very heavily trafficked zones in airports and passenger transport interchanges.

We can even provide Sentinel entrance mats for use in underground railway stations and other subterranean facilities where a high degree of protection against fire hazards and toxic emissions is necessary. The Sentinel Firegap range incorporates specially formulated fire resistant EPDM polymer strips within aluminium profiles to comply with London Underground's Standard 2-01001-002 for Fire Safety of Materials. These mats comply with BS 476, 1987 Parts 6 & 7 - Class 0 rating for surface spread of flame and BS 6853, 1987 smoke emission test, and are suitable for in Section 12 stations.

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