Anti-Fatigue Mats / Flooring / Runners | Airports
Custom Mats

Airlines, Airports and TSA choose SmartCells® anti-fatigue mats to SAVE MONEY while creating productive, safe and professional work spaces.

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SmartCells® Anti-Fatigue technology is utilized by dozens of airports, by all the major airlines, and rental car agencies. SmartCells® custom floor mats are also a part of TSA’s architectural specification of CBRA (Checked Baggage Resolution Areas).

 

SmartCells® anti-fatigue mats can be installed under carpet or vinyl, or as stand-alone carpet-topped mats for additional elegance.

Anti-Fatigue Mats:

Anti-Fatigue Mats can be used at ticket counters, gate podiums, baggage areas & TSA security checkpoints.

 

Anti-Fatigue Runners:

Anti-Fatigue Runners can be used at ticket counters, gate counters, baggage areas & TSA security checkpoints.

 

Anti-Fatigue Custom Flooring:

Anti-Fatigue mats are recommended for flooring at ticket counters & TSA – CBRA.

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Department of Homeland Security / TSA standards:

9.5.1 Architectural Features


Flooring – CBRA designs should include the use of resilient material,…  …Flooring should be a safety/anti-fatigue material configured for a wall-to-wall installation and be easily cleanable (reference www.satechinc.com  [SmartCells]), which will eliminate the need for mats and runners that can contribute to tripping hazards.

 

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What our customers are saying ...

  • "We love our flooring! The SmartCells technology really cuts down on injuries, keeps teammates happy and reduces foot and leg discomfort. Less moaning and groaning."
    Chris, Supervisor Passenger Services
  • " The SmartCells difference is immeasurable. No fatigue in my legs or back. Fewer injuries have increased productivity."
    Jim, Ticket Agent
  • "I think this is the best thing we have done at the airport in a long time. I have been in construction for more than 30 years and this is the best flooring product I have seen. We no longer have complaints from ticket agents about tired feet and sore backs. Trip hazards have been eliminated."
    Superintendent of Airport Facilities