FODS presents Best Reusable Trackout Construction Entrance at 100th Annual AGC 2019 Convention in Denver April 1-4 Booth #1015

 

More than ever before your BMPs must be effective. FODS mats meet BMP requirements, are on many states’ approved product lists,  and have been highly-recommended by many local jurisdictions across the country.

How do the FODS mats work? FODS Trackout Control Mats are lined with alternating rows of pyramids. The pyramids effectively stretch open the tire lugs, causing debris to be deposited directly into the base of the mats. Debris will not stick to the tires of subsequent vehicles. Trackout will not leave your worksite. Mats will not damage the tire or the ground, and no excavation of the existing substrate is necessary.

Mats are manufactured from a durable blend of high density polyethylene and have been stressed tested, with a crush rating of 20,000 per pyramid and can support well over 100 tons per mat. The mats have special impact modifications, thermal expansion and anti-static properties, and are UV resistant. FODS mats are designed to last over ten years and can be reused multiple times on many projects.

FODS mats are easy to install and remove, and can be set up in less than 30 minutes. The mats can be configured for multiple entrance grids and layouts. Mats are connected with steel hardware and can be anchored into any substrate. Mats are 12 feet wide, and 7 feet long in the direction of travel. The staggered placement of the pyramids allow the mats to be inverted and nested inside each other for easy transport and storage. Minimal maintenance is required.

FODS mats are 100% Made in the USA and recyclable. Install a FODS Trackout Control System today.

For more information and specifications, contact our specialists at 844-200-3647 or info@getfods.com. Experts will respond within 24 hours.

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