Our Top 7 Entrance Matting Projects

11th July 2019

Where has the first half of the year gone? It’s been a busy six months at INTRAsystems, so we thought we’d take a moment to reflect on some of the great projects we’ve worked on recently. From large scale office installations to restaurants and cinemas, we asked the team about their favourite installations and why. […]

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Entrance Matting for Travel Termini

12th June 2019

Airports, train stations, and bus stations deal with some of the most extreme levels of multi-directional foot traffic – with many experiencing more than 150,000 crossings per entrance, per day. As well as foot traffic, these busy entrances must cope with wheeled cases, baggage trolleys and access equipment, often 24 hours a day. The internal […]

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Entrance Matting for Educational Buildings

5th June 2019

Schools, colleges and universities have some unique challenges when it comes to entrance matting. An average of 0.58g of dirt is brought into a building by every pair of shoes – multiply that by the number of students and faculty coming and going every day and that’s a lot of unsightly dirt that could affect […]

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How to Specify Entrance Matting

29th May 2019

Is the entrance matting in your latest project a black rectangular afterthought? Do you want to meet building regulations without compromising on your entrance design? We offer high quality RIBA assessed and approved CPD material and informal briefing sessions to help you specify entrance matting that will complement and enhance your building design. Get hands-on […]

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Now on bimstore!

15th May 2019

It’s now even easier to specify INTRAsystems entrance matting, with three of our flagship products now available on bimstore! INTRAform DM INTRAflex XT INTRAflow Launched in 2011, bimstore creates and distributes free BIM content in all formats including Autodesk Revit, Archicad, Bentley and IFC. “We are delighted to have worked closely with INTRAsystems to create […]

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What Size Should Entrance Matting Be?

29th April 2019

FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNT Entrance Matting occupies a prime space in every building. It is the very first impression and last connection that every visitor makes with the location. SO WHY WASTE IT? At INTRAsystems we believe in getting creative with Entrance Matting and using the vital space it occupies to mesmerise every visitor. WHY DOES […]

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Stand out in the Retail Crowd

23rd April 2019

Foot traffic is critical to the success of retail but how do you stand out in an exceedingly competitive marketplace? According to the Retail Dive Consumer Survey, only 18% of shoppers go in because of the in-store experience and a staggering 66% of shoppers say they go just to try the item before buying online. […]

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It’s Not Always Black and White

27th March 2019

Our brains are designed to respond instantly to colour, producing a chemical reaction that triggers memories and associations to people, places and events. The power of colour association is so strong that many brands can be identified by colour alone. Companies such as Coca-Cola, Starbucks and Cadbury have even gone so far as to trademark […]

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Understanding Entrance Matting Standards & Legislation

20th March 2019

Entrance Matting legislation is not the most glamorous topic, but it is essential to understand the key standards when specifying entrance matting for your projects. Every entrance is different, and therefore the combination of size, shape and recommended products will vary dependant on several factors including location, volume and type of traffic. Entrance Matting Legislation […]

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Why Should I Use Secondary Matting?

20th February 2019

Secondary Matting is a type of Entrance Matting that is typically installed internally in Zones 2 and 3.  Secondary matting is most effective when used in a three stage Zonal Entrance Matting system. Having a zonal approach to Entrance Matting will optimise performance to minimise the ingress of soil and moisture into your building. This […]

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