Introducing Mat Edging By Formtech
We are proud to introduce the newest way we can serve you: Mat and carpet edging!
What is mat/carpet edging?
Mat/carpet edging accommodates products from all major manufacturers, including spaghetti mats, carpets, woven materials, as a transition material from floor to mat surface. The product helps to reduce trips, minimize the mat’s movement, and create a clean esthetic to showcase the mat or carpeting.
What’s special about our mat edging?
Our plastic compound is specially formulated to provide a smooth, matte, durable surface finish. Our premium edging resists scuffs and marring better than gloss or satin surface finishes, and is easier to clean and maintain. Our profiles are precise because we own the tooling and can maintain them, ensuring consistency, quality, and competitive pricing. Our team offers excellent service and product knowledge–if you have a question or need help, we are at your service.
0.125″ Height Low Profile
0.250″ Height Medium Profile
0.320″ Height Mid-Range Profile
0.375″ Height High Profile
Don’t see a size that fits your needs?
Because we are a custom plastic extrusion company, we are able to offer sizes outside of these standard four options, larger or smaller. Please call or contact us today and we will get started on your project.
Black onyx, brown, and safety yellow are our stock colors available, though more colors are available upon request. You can call or contact us to see if your desired color is available for shipment.
Are you interested in learning more?
Would you like a sample?
Call our Business Development Administrator, Aleisha Stout at 330-688-2171 extension 122 for your complimentary sample to see the smooth, black onyx finish and high quality material for yourself.
Do you have a question?
You can reach us here, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 330-688-2171. We are here to help!
Are you ready to order? Do you have a question?
You can reach us here, email email@example.com, or call 330-688-2171 for pricing and lead times as early as same day.
Fun Fact Friday – Pasta!
I’m not sure I know anyone who doesn’t love pasta. Even the pickiest of toddlers enjoy the delicious, hearty, carb-filled food. October 17, 2017 was national pasta day. Mark your calendars next year to celebrate if you didn’t this past Tuesday! And as if having pasta in our lives wasn’t great enough, it comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes for our enjoyment. To make that possible, we rely on extrusion.
Each pasta–just like each plastic profile–comes from its uniquely shaped die.
Extrusion is part of our everyday lives–even our dinner plates! For pasta extrusions, reach out to your local grocery store. For your plastic extrusion needs, reach out to Formtech.
Formtech Athens Will Reopen 9/12, after Irma
Formtech’s Athens, Georgia plant will close early today, September 11, 2017, as Tropical Storm Irma passes through the Georgia area. The plant will plan to reopen tomorrow, September 12. If you need to reach someone immediately, please contact us or call the Stow office at 330-688-2171.
Our thoughts are with everyone in the storm’s path, including in the Athens, Georgia area.
Truline Office Closed Until Further Notice, after Irma
Truline’s office in Naples, FL is closed until further notice, due to Hurricane Irma. Please contact Scott Yeany at 706-316-2438 for immediate assistance, or call Formtech’s corporate headquarters at 330-688-2171.
We are happy to report that all of our Truline family is safe following this devastating storm. Our thoughts are with all those affected by Hurricane Irma and those who may still yet be affected by Tropical Storm Irma.
Fun Fact Friday – NBA Wears Plastic Bottles Thanks to Nike
Nike never ceases to amaze us–did you know that the famous Nike swoosh was designed by a female college student in 1971 for $35? How about that they are now the official partner of the NBA, taking over from Adidas? Recently, Nike revealed the new jerseys for the 2017-18 season, and each uniform contains about 20 recycled PET bottles. The uniforms are spun together with a combination of Alpha Yarns and recycled polyester which is not only environmentally friendly, but wicks sweat 30% faster than current NBA uniforms as Nike claims.
This isn’t the first time Nike has used recycled PET in jerseys. Since 2010, Nike claims to have diverted more than 3 billion plastic bottles including uniforms for the U.S. basketball team during the Summer Olympics and the U.S. Women’s soccer team in the FIFA World Cup. The manufacturing process uses 30% less energy by utilizing recycled polyester rather than virgin polyester, benefiting Nike and saving plastic from landfills each year.
It seems as though Nike has started yet another trend: Adidas is jumping on the recycled plastic bandwagon as well with the 2017 release of their “Parley” running shoes, using about 11 PET bottles throughout each shoe from plastic found in the ocean.
Click here for the article from Plastics Technology.