Here are list of frequently asked questions about the MotoLock and MotoMat products from Industrial Floor Tiles. We got your interlocking tile answers or installations question answered here. If you don't see what you are after or have question then there are three ways to contact us: Telephone: 01329 841416 | Fax 01329 841417 | email firstname.lastname@example.org | Enquiry Form.
Answer: At present Mototile offers two PVC tile ranges - MotoLock & MotoMat.
Answer: Colour matching is achievable, subject to a minimum quantity order - please call for more information and prices.
Answer: We quote MotoLock and MotoMat tile requirements based on an inside edge to outside edge measurement. We have found that this improves estimating accuracy. Other dimensions, which take account of 1) all tabs and 2) no tabs, are also shown below.
MotoMat Anti-Fatigue Recycled Tile Dimension Guide
MotoLock New & Recycled Tile Dimension Guide
Outside to Outside (mm)
Inside to Inside (mm)
Inside to Outside (mm)
510 x 510
480 x 480
495 x 495
495 x 495
445 x 445
470 x 470
Answer: That depends on the choice of tile and colour:
Answer: All of our tiles, ramps and skirting are manufactured in the UK.
We have a showroom at Unit 15 the I.O centre PO15 5RU and you can see us at popular Auto Sport venues throughout the year. Our full address details are shown on the contact page
Go to Product Information in the main menu to review the following products: MotoLock, MotoMat, Skirting Boards and Trim Inserts. There are 3 easy tools to use when making your Mototile selection. First use our Floor Designer to plan your colour scheme or to create your preferred pattern design. For flooring ideas go to the Customer Garage Gallery. Then use our Online Calculator tool to get an estimated quote and how many interlocking tiles you will require for your flooring project. Once you have this information make your selection from the Mototile shop and add your products to the basket. Once you are happy proceed to Checkout Securely and follow on screen instruction (delivery address information and card details etc.)
For most areas, and for in-stock items only, orders received before 1pm (Monday to Friday) are despatched for delivery on the following working day (Monday to Friday). Some items - in particular MotoLock Edging/Ramps - which can take 1 - 2 days to make and sent out for delivery.
Once your order is received, we will phone to confirm all details, including any prefered delivery dates. If an item is out of stock or needs to be made or machined we will inform you and confirm an exact delivery date. Generally, orders for flooring are heavy and need to be shipped on a pallet: you must be there to receive, sign for and unload the pallet.
Delivery prices quoted are for UK Mainland and IOW addresses. Please contact us for a quote on delivery options if any of the postal regions below applies to the delivery address: Northern Ireland (BT), Isle of Man (IM), Guernsey (GY), Jersey (JE), Scottish Highlands and Orkney Isles (AB, FK, KW, PA, ML, EH, KA, G, KY, PH, DD, IV), Outer Hebrides and the Shetland Isles (HS, ZE).
Yes, unless curing time for adhesive is required (eg. for securing tile ramps), the entire floor can be used immediately it is laid.
MotoLock heavy duty tiles will take spot loads, we would always suggest using an additional tile between the jack and your new floor. A more widely spread load is safer to work with too.
The tiles can be laid onto any hard, level surface including concrete and wooden floors, ceramic tiled floors, linoleum and vinyl. However, they are not suitable for fitting directly over carpet or carpet tiles.
The preparation basics are to remove any ridges or high points in the floor and fill any substantial cracks or holes with a self-leveling mortar. For tile edge/ramps: When bonding tile ramps to a concrete floor observe the adhesive manufactures recommendations for surface preparation.
For tile skirting: Ensure that you can get a good flush fit to the wall and that the bottom of the wall surrounding the tiles is clear of dust and debris.
No. Generally no specialist tools are required, although a non marking rubber mallet makes light work of fixing tiles together. You can buy one from us. Many installations require only a sharp knife for cutting the tiles, a tape measure and a straight edge.
For curved or intricate shapes you can use an electric jig saw or a coping saw. The ramp and skirting products require a hand saw or electric jigsaw to achieve the best finish.
To finish the floor edges around the perimeter cut the lugs off to leave a straight edge and allow a 5mm gap for expansion, fit where required the appropriate ramp to the entrance.
Tiles can be cut with the sort of hand or power tools you would normally use for cutting or shaping timber.
The image below shows a cutout made using a jigsaw.
Like a very easy jigsaw. Or imagine laying carpet tiles that snap together and which you firm down with a rubber mallet.
Ensure a 5mm working gap is left around the perimeter of the garage / room and any fixtures so that tiles to allow for expansion in warmer weather. The gap can be hidden by using our tile skirting or any other skirting and we would suggest one at least 10mm thick and you can then sit it just above the tile and thus hiding the expansion gap. We strongly advise the use of tile ramps (MotoLock Ramps) or (MotoMat Ramps) on all edges where vehicles (or anything wheeled) move on and off the floor or where there is a risk of tripping. Go to the video link to view a selection of how to install guides, picture slide shows, time lapse video's and more.
Sweep or vacuum the tiles then sponge mop them with a washing-up liquid solution: use the makers recommended hand-wash concentration level. Don't use harsh detergents, polishes or scouring powders. Never use abrasives.
The floor has a nice sheen when clean but it is designed (and tested) to be non-slip.
The interlock stops most water penetration. Any water that does gets under the tile will evaporate as the tile is has an air flow design on the underside that 'breathes'.
The tiles are resistant to most oils and acids but a tile sample should be tested if this is a critical requirement. Please see properties table below:
|Property||Notes / Comments|
|Hardness||92 Shore A (EN ISO 868)|
|Resistance to chemicals||Good - (EN 423 - petrol, diesel 18% acetic acid, tartaric acid 250g/ 1 hl - imperceptible effect)|
|Compressive strength||520 kg/cm2 (EN ISO 1545'1 )|
|Total thickness||7-8 mm (EN 428)|
|Thickness of surface layer||7-8 mm (EN 428)|
|Resistance to abrasion||T (<0. 1 mm /1 00) (EN 680-2)|
|Deformation after static load||<0.1mm (EN 433)|
|Dimensions of stability||<=0,20% (BS EN 434)|
|Colour fastness to artificial light||> 5 (without damage) (EN 20105)|
|Reaction to fire||difficult to ignite (DIN 4102)|
|Non-slip properties||up to 0.75 dynamic coefficient of friction (EN ISO 13893)|
The floor is classed as difficult-to-ignite due to its chemical composition.
The tiles can act as thermal and acoustic insulation.
Mototile interlocking tiles are 100% recyclable (we sell two ranges of tiles manufactured from recycled PVC materials) and are a totally reusable product: take them with you if you move. Also, if you damage a tile or two, you can replace them and not the whole floor, thus reducing waste.
Yes. We sell all tiles, ramps and skirting individually and in packs.
For orders and deliveries outside the UK please contact us.
Tiles are manufactured from high grade PVC materials to a full specification. Our prices reflect a focus on business essentials and careful cost control.
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A layout planner tool for MotoLock Heavy Duty Tiles. Each square on the grid represents one MotoLock tile.
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