Dunlomat® is a long lasting and highly versatile industrial rubber matting originally designed for use in a wide range of applications. An extremely strong yet flexible carcass of polyester nylon reinforces the high quality abrasion resistant rubber covers. Dunlomat has excellent anti-slip, wear-resistant surfaces, is easy to clean and very comfortable.
In 1997 Dunlop developed the revolutionary Alanta waterbed cow mattress with the essential characteristics of durability, comfort and hygiene. You can find more information here.
Is a non-slip, tear resistant and highly hygienic stable matting designed for use in a wide variety of agricultural applications. You can find more information here.
A hard wearing rubber, anti-slip and anti-static sheet that is mostly used in stables as cover for animal bedding mattresses but is also excellent for a wide range of other applications. You can find more information here.
Equine walking machine belting
Dunlop ‘Champion’ equine belting is designed for use on horse walkers where durability and safety are of paramount importance. An extremely strong yet flexible carcass reinforces the high quality abrasion resistant rubber top cover.
For particularly heavy-duty use, Dunlop UsFlex® walker belting is recommended. This belt has a uniquely designed super-strong high impact carcass with an outstanding cut, tear and rip resistant rubber top surface and is more than four times stronger than conventional rubber belting.
Horse box and trailer matting
The first class anti-slip and abrasion resistant properties of Dunlomat are essential for the transportation and stabeling of horses. It has proved to be highly popular with trailer and stable equipment manufacturers and horse owners around the world. Please do not hesistate to contact us for more information.
Tug of War matting
The outstanding strength and durability of Dunlomat® combined with excellent anti-slip properties have made it the matting of choice for Tug of War competitors all over the world. For more information, please click on the appropriate pdf at the bottom of this page.