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COCOA (KOKO) RUNNER MATTING




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 Construction:   Made of natural Koko fibers.  Durability in high traffic areas

 

Thickness:       3/8”

 

Color:              Natural

 

Widths:           27” – 36- 45” – 72’

 

Length:           150’

 

Exceptional acoustical and thermal qualities, highly resistant to decay, mildew bacteria. And dirt

 

Class B Flame Resistance

 

Koko matting is low cost runner matting

 

Koko Matting like Koko Mats are produced from the fibers of coconuts.

 

Koko matting made of natural Koko fibers -  with no backing, this heavy duty matting is mostly used in industry as a safety mat against oil spills.

 

Custom sizes available. We can attach canvas ends to stop the fraying from the cut ends. 

 

Flammability – Results of Test  ASTM- E- 84 – Standard Method of Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials for Koko Matting

 

WITH NO TREATMENT

Flame Spread Classification  - 57 (Class B)

Smoke Density 90

Fuel Contribution   12

 

Maintenance - Koko matting is easy to maintain  - the hard grease free fibers do not attract dirt of dust and bacteria cannot penetrate the fibers.  Regular vacuuming with brush suction cleaner is all that is needed.

 

 

Koko matting -Has natural variations in tendency to return to their original colors after exposure to sunlight.  Shade difference is the result of natural variations between coconuts as well as regional diversity in fiber preparation.

 

 


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