Tiflex Ltd, a leading rubber and cork manufacturer in the UK, has been supplying its Treadmaster Flooring to the transit industry since 1951. The Treadmaster TM7 range was initially developed for the London Underground following the King’s Cross Disaster in 1987 and the resulting demand to find the safest materials for their rolling stock.
Treadmaster Flooring has featured on many major metro trains around the world including the Busan Metro in South Korea, SMRT trains on the Singapore Metro, Klang Valley MRT trains in Malaysia, Waratah Trains in Australia and of course many lines of the London Underground including the brand-new Elizabeth line trains. Treadmaster Flooring has undergone much development following decades of real-world experience and feedback and remains a market leader in many key areas.
Treadmaster is a world leader in terms of fire safety with exceptional results in smoke density, toxicity and flame spread test results. Arguably the best in the world, Treadmaster will comply with all of the main world standards including the British Standard BS6853 Cat 1a, and the European Norm EN45545 HL3. It has even been used to assist subfloor materials like carpet to conform to fire safety specifications as part of a flooring system where we developed a fire-resistant underlay to act as a protective barrier.
TM7 is Treadmaster's highest-grade rubber flooring and believed to be the safest rubber flooring on the market today in terms of fire safety.
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