|Global Product Type||Mats-Chair Mat|
|Mat Type||Chair Mat|
|Lip Size (W x L)||20" x 12"|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
Dimensions / Specifications
|Unit of Measure||EA|
|Item Weight||22.000 lbs|
|Ships via UPS?||No|
|Box Pack Quantity||1 EA|
|Carton Pack Quantity||1 EA|
|This item is sold by the EA|
|Catalog Page No.'s||
ABILITYONE 2012: Page 9
ABILITYONE 2013: Page 10
ABILITYONE 2014: Page 9
ABILITYONE 2015: Page 9
ABILITYONE 2016: Page 9
ABILITYONE 2017: Page 10
ABILITYONE 2018: Page 9
|Manufacturer Stock No.||7220013053062|
|Country of Origin||US|
|OTS Product ID||4869814|
Thank you for your question about the AbilityOne™ SKILCRAFT Heavy-Duty Chair Mat for Plush to High Pile Carpets. This chair mat has a limited lifetime warranty against cracks and breaks.
It is extra thick for use on plush and high pile carpets. It won't bend or sink into deep carpets. We also offer other quality chair mats for plush and high pile carpets, several at lower price points. You can shop all our plush pile chair mats here.
If you don't have a deep pile carpet, you don't need a such a heavy duty chair mat.
|Carpet + backing: 1/4" thick or less.||Carpet + backing: 3/4" or less.||Carpet + backing: Over 3/4" thick.|
|Straighten the end of a paper clip, then sink it into the carpet, through the backing, until it reaches the floor.|
|Grab the paper clip at the point where it's flush with the carpet. (Be sure you're not matting down the carpet with your hand.) Measure the distance between your fingers and the end of the paper clip. That's the carpet's thickness.|
You can find more tips on choosing the best chair mat in our Office Chair Mat Buying Guide.
Hope this answers your question!
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!