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In 1913, Henry Ford introduced the assembly line to his factory. Since that day, billions of cars have been sold around the world and with 4 tires - that is A LOT of tires! For years, used rubber car and truck tires were thrown into landfills, creating an environmental disaster of gargantuan proportions. So the question became - What do we do with all of these tires? Why not turn these tires into useful products people can use in all aspects of their lives?
Rubber starts out as sticky, gum-like liquid that flows out of rubber trees found in the tropics of Africa and Asia. This substance has been used for eons for many different purposes. Gloves, shoes and many household items all have some form of rubber on them, but the number one use for rubber is the making of tires. So, how do these tires become the rubber flooring we see today?
Rubber tires become rubber flooring through a very complicated and top secret Area 51 process. Essentially, the tires are ground up into little strips and then glued and pressed back together to create, voila!, rubber flooring.
At RubberFlooringInc, we offer rubber in many forms - rubber tiles, rubber rolls and rubber mats. All of these can be used in varied capacities, but the main use for all of these is gym flooring. Whether you own the largest commercial gym in town or have a small garage gym, our rubber flooring will be the perfect floor for any and all types of exercises.