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​Tool Box Mats

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Frank Lowe can die cut large volumes of tool box mats from open & closed cell sponge, urethane, neoprene, rubber, vinyl, and more. By adding our pressure-sensitive adhesive, you can offer your customers a value add solution within a non-slip tool box mat.

Since 1955, Frank Lowe has been partnering with businesses across all markets to produce state-of-the-art industrial manufacturing solutions. We offer dedicated industrial contract manufacturing teams who specialize in providing comprehensive services to a variety of markets.From best-in-class materials, customizable products, and a full suite of industrial manufacturing services, we provide whatever it takes to help your business met its objectives. Regardless of the technical or logistics demands of your project, we will work with you every step of the way providing customizable distribution services and support to ensure the contract die cutting is completed and delivered on time, within budget, and to your exact specifications.

Frank Lowe offers long-lasting, durable rubber toolbox mats. We can die cut large volumes of tool box mats based on your application's unique specifications. You can offer your customers a value add solution by providing a reliable, non-slip tool box mat.

Once we die cut your tool box mats to your exact specifications, we can add our reliable pressure-sensitive adhesive to create a lasting and secure bond. Because we're able to die cut tool box mats from a vast range of different elastomers, we will get to know your unique application and guide you to the most suitable material.

Open Cell Sponge Tool Box Mats

Open cell sponge material is medium density and features an interconnected cell structure, which allows limited absorption of gases and fuels as well as circulation. Open cell sponge tool box mats offer outstanding physical durability and the ability to quickly rebound upon compression. In addition, open cell sponge tool box mats offer:

  • Light resistance to oils
  • Cushioning for tools
  • Shock absorption
  • Sound dampening
  • Vibration dampening

Closed Cell Sponge Tool Box Mats

Closed cell sponge is a high-performance material that boasts a range of admirable qualities. This material contains balloon-like cells filled with nitrogen offering the ability to resist the flow of air at low pressure, oils, chemicals, and water. Tool box mats made from closed cell sponge will be able to resist weather, ozone, UV, elevated temperatures, and more. Other qualities of closed cell sponge tool box mats include:

  • Sealing and waterproofing capabilities
  • Lightweight durability
  • Ability to dampen impacts and absorb shocks.

Urethane Tool Box Mats

Urethane tool box mats are available in a range of durometers and are most notably known for the ability to absorb shocks and vibrations. In addition, urethane tool box mats offer:

  • Excellent grip and excellent traction
  • Great durability and wear resistance
  • Resistance to chemicals

Neoprene Tool Box Mats

Neoprene is typically recognized as the jack of all trades. This versatile material boasts a range of desirable characteristics, including:

  • The ability to absorb shocks
  • Resistance to grease and oil
  • Functionality in most weather and temperature conditions
  • Noise isolation and damping abilities
  • The ability to maintain properties in any form
  • Exceptional rebounding qualities
  • Ozone resistance

Contact Frank Lowe for Custom Die Cut Tool Box Mats

In addition to the materials listed above, we can use a range of rubber and vinyl material to die cut your customized tool box mats. We can also use harder durometer solid neoprene and solid rubber to create the tool box mats best suited for your design and application.

Even if you don't already have a design, the experts at Frank Lowe can still help. Our experienced team will guide you through the process and help you make the best decision for your finished product.

Contact Frank Lowe today to explore, pursue, and create better tool box mats.

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