Industrial Snow Mats
Slips and falls account for over 1 million visits to the hospital per year. When slippery winter weather settles in, protecting your employees and customers from slips and falls should be a high priority. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, fractures are the most serious consequences of falls and occur in 5% of fall cases. Slips and falls represent the primary cause of lost days from work, and are the leading cause of workers’ compensation claims and occupational injury for people aged 55 years and older.
An effective solution to keeping steps, doorways and walkways safe and ice-free is the Summerstep Snow Melting Mat. Summerstep heated mats are designed to be left outside all winter long, can be custom made to fit any location, and will melt approximately 2 inches of snow per hour while operating. Eliminate time-consuming shoveling and de-icing and prevents slips that could cause serious injury and even a lawsuit. To save time and hassle, and for added peace of mind, consider making Summerstep heated mats a part of your winter safety precautions.Get the Spec Sheet
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Keep walkways clear of ice and snow for your safety
INCREASE WINTER EFFICIENCY
Avoid the time consuming activity of snow shoveling
Protect from slip and fall injuries associated with snow and ice
Protect your business, customers, and employees with this safety precaution
Simply put it down and plug it in
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Protecting yourself, your family, and your employees from slip and fall accidents is a priority, especially when icy and cold conditions arise. Prevent these incidents by preparing now and by educating those around you about slip and fall safety.Get the Winter Safety Guide
This 3' wide x 10' long heated snow melting walkway mat is very useful for those of us in the North-East. We have used path and step heat mats at our mountain top house, rental property, and two business locations, all with very good results. Unfortunately, we received these after the last snow of the year so it is difficult to provide quantitative results but our similar mats have always worked well.
This is really heavy since it is quite long and it really needs to be laid out and secured before the snows start. We set up our mats in the late fall and test them using an IR thermometer. The controller couldn't be easier to use.
We will be using this 10' long mat down our shop's a 12' long handicap accessible ramp, which will leave only a small area to hand clear when it snows.