ES ROBBINS Introduces Dimensions™ Linear — The Chair Mat Reimagined
10/07/2016

Dimensions™ Linear Chair Mat brings the beauty of innovation, greater comfort and a smoother glide to your floor.

Online PR News – 07-October-2016 – Muscle Shoals, Alabama – Dimensions™ Linear Chair Mat brings the beauty of innovation to your floor. Featuring an innovative linear design, this beautiful crystal clear chair mat offers greater comfort and a smoother glide. “We decided to push the envelope with chair mat design. Why not create something with ergonomic features that looks stunning as well? This is not your average chair mat.” says Edward S. Robbins, III.

Dimensions™ Linear Chair Mat is the first of the family focusing on shape and form. Inspired by architectural beauty, the Linear Chair Mat will work for any office setting with low to medium pile carpet. The crisp lines of the mat accents any workspace.

Offering all day support for an exceptional workspace experience, the Dimensions™ Linear chair mat allows you to glide effortlessly across the remarkably smooth surface. Premium mat protects carpets up to ¾” thick including padding. The unique base is engineered with a linear design and micro cleats to securely position mat in place. Proudly made in the USA, the Dimensions™ Linear chair mat is available in three of the most popular sizes, 36” x 48”, 45” x 53” and 46” x 60” with lipped or rectangle shape, and includes the legendary limited lifetime “No Crack Mat” Warranty.

Experience true comfort beyond the average mat. Learn more at esrchairmats.com.

ABOUT ES ROBBINS
Specializing in extruded polymer products, ES ROBBINS is dedicated to the research, development and marketing of high quality items for office, industry, food service and equine markets. Holding over 181 patents, owner and inventor Ed Robbins has dedicated the past 50 years to innovating plastics that improve quality of life, work and play. The ES ROBBINS global manufacturing facility is located in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and employs 200 employees across five divisions.