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|Global Product Type||Mats-Anti-Fatigue Mat|
|Mat Type||Anti-Fatigue Mat|
|Material(s)||Available in: PVC or Vinyl|
|Backing Material||Available in: PVC Foam Cushion, PVC Sponge or Vinyl|
|Thickness||Available in: 0.375", 0.38" or 3/8"|
|Color(s)||Available in: Black or Gray|
|Length||Available in: 120", 36" or 60"|
|Width||Available in: 24", 27" or 36"|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Special Features||Rib Emboss|
|OTS Skugroup ID||23095|
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No. Anti-fatigue floor mats are too soft to use with office chairs. The wheels will sink into and damage the floor mat. Furthermore, rolling the chair across the mat is difficult and even dangerous, with the risk of the chair tipping over.
Scroll down to where you see product specs, and here is an example on the UNV56806: Length 48 in Width 36 in Lip Size (W x L) 20 x 12 So on this example the the 48" x 36" is the total size of the chair mat. The lip of the chair mat starts after 36", so that would mean that lip would be the next 12" (that would go under the desk.). The 20" wide part of the lip would go under your desk. Hope this helps!