9510 RHS Regupol Anti-slip Mat


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REGUPOL ANTI-SLIP MAT 9510 RHS (8mm thick)

An anti-slip mat suitable for securing loads of up to 3.0 N/mm2 during road, sea, air & rail transportation.  This mat offers an alternative in situations where its necessary to avoid the possibility of black discolouration from SBR/NBR based mats. Ideal for trucks & utes, trains, planes, and ships.

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Suitable for:   

ROAD   |   SEA   |   AIR  |   RAIL

Made from butyl rubber, Regupol 9510 RHS ensures cargo remains secure during hazardous events such as emergency braking, travelling over bumpy surfaces or taking evasive action. 

Available in an 8mm thickness, these mats are highly porous and are capable of absorbing moisture and residue from the floor which prevents any notable loss in sliding friction co-efficient. This is where Regupol anti-slip mats outperform alternative products that have anti-slip films or materials with a smooth surface. 

Anti-slip mats reduce the total pre-stressing tension required to tie down the load and consequently, are essential for any professional transportation company. 


  • Can be rolled out easily and cut to size.

  • Long lasting and able to withstand repeated use.

  • Available in thicknesses of 8mm.

  • Quick and easy to install.

  • Maximum loading: 300 t/m2 = 3.0N/mm2 when 8mm thick.

  • Reduces the total tension force required when lashing down loads.

  • Creates a unified unit with the loading surface.

  • Delivery forms: rolls, sheets, cuttings on request.

  • Resistant to - UV light, sodium chloride, weak acids and alkaline solutions (swells up when exposed to hydrocarbons such as oil, fuel etc).

  • Suitable for: panels, pallets, machine parts, containers, paper coils, steel, glass, rod coils etc.

  • The contact surfaces of load and floor must be swept clean, grease-free and dry to achieve optimum anti-slip properties.

PLEASE NOTE: The sliding friction coefficient of a friction-increasing surface depends on the combination of materials involved, the temperature, the condition of the material surfaces and the anti-slip mat (soiling, moisture, etc.). The contact surfaces of load and floor must be swept clean, grease-free and dry to achieve optimum anti-slip properties.

Data sheet
MaterialAnti-slip mat made of butyl rubber
Material thickness8mm (other on request)
Tensile strengthAt least 0.60 N/mm2 in accordance with DIN EN ISO 1798
Elongation at breakAt least 60% in accordance with DIN EN ISO 1798
Temperature resistance-40˚C to +120˚C
Surface weightApprox 8.4 kg/m2 when 8mm thick
Bulk densityapprox. 1050 kg/m3
Discard statusCracks, holes, crushing, after contact with oil, fuel, chemicals etc. Regupol 9510 RHS anti-slip mats are suitable for repeated use through to discard status pursuant to testing by VDZ Dortmund.
ResistanceUV light, sodium chloride, weak acids and alkaline solutions (swells up when exposed to hydrocarbons such as oil, fuel etc.)
CleaningShaking out, vacuuming, washing, possibly treating with high pressure cleaner.
Delivery formRolls, sheets, cutting on request

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The friction force Ff of an anti-slip mat counteracts displacement of the load as detailed below:

FF = μ x FG (friction force)
FG = weight
µ = sliding friction coefficient
m = mass
g = gravitational acceleration
FG = m x g

The difference between inertia force FM and friction force FF is known as securing force FR:

FR= Fx,y - F

The securing force FR is the force that the securing equipment has to absorb in a forwards direction.

Loads are secured correctly by achieving a balance between the opposing forces occurring during transport.

The loads are adequately secured when the sum of the friction force FF and the securing force FR is at least as large as the inertia force FM.

The friction force is increased by anti-slip mats, the securing force by lashing straps and other equipment.

As the weight acting in a forwards direction when the truck brakes can reach up to 80% of the load weight (0.8 g), the load must be secured accordingly.

Load securing = friction force + securing force

The load only has to be secured for normal driving, not for a traffic accident. Normal driving also includes emergency braking, drastic avoidance manoeuvres and poor road surfaces.

The following forces can occur in normal driving:

  • maximum 0.8 g in the direction of travel, corresponding to 80% of the load weight

  • maximum 0.5 g to the sides, corresponding to 50% of the load weight

  • maximum 0.5 g to the rear, corresponding to 50% of the load weight

Example: ascertaining the preload force with and without anti-slip mats

For a preload force of 500 daN per lashing strap, altogether 40 lashing straps are needed here without anti-slip mats. When anti-slip mats are used to increase the sliding friction coefficient to μ 0.6, this reduces the number of lashing straps to 5.

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