Roppe Introduces Spike/Skate Rubber Tile

Dec. 1, 2003
Roppe's Newest PVC-free, Environmentally Friendly Rubber Product
Roppe Corp., a leading supplier of rubber and vinyl flooring products and accessories, is proud to introduce Spike/Skate Rubber Tile as its newest rubber tile product line."Our new Spike/Skate Rubber Tile resists dents, punctures, and cuts in high-traffic areas while reducing odors, providing better traction than concrete floors," said Dee Dee Brickner, Roppe’s marketing coordinator. "More importantly, the PVC-free Rubber Tiles last longer than other products on the market, which will translate to a smarter, cost-effective investment for our customers." Roppe’s Spike/Skate Rubber Tile is designed for interior use in areas where spikes, skates, and cleats are worn, such as ice rinks, pro shops, sport stadiums, and workout areas. Spike/Skate Rubber Tile is PVC-free, resists scuffing and gouging, is dimensionally stable, and will not shrink or separate.  Spike/Skate Rubber Tile is available in 9mm gauge solid rubber and a 50cm tile size, which converts to 19-11/16" x 19-11/16" for an enhanced appearance with fewer seams.  Spike/Skate is available in six colors, including fawn, dark gray, blue, brown, foster green, and ivory; with color inherent throughout for years of performance.Roppe’s new line of Rubber Tile reinforces its proven reputation and heritage as an industry leader for its cutting edge products and flooring experience. Roppe’s strengths of high service levels along with superior quality products show proven results and commitment to its customers.

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