Heavy Duty Auto Floor MatsHighly resilient car floor mats
Working shoes also have a tendency to be more harmful to the inner floor of the working car due to the heavy and robust soles. For a long time it has been common practise to fit the heavily used interiors of an automotive car with individual floor mats, regardless of whether these interiors were previously covered with carpets or not.
When developing floor mats, it was important to try to gather and save dirt and moisture from the boots of riders and travellers. The previous floor matt structure was also developed with means to keep the floor matt in a suitable location in the car to avoid the floor matt from turning or slipping up under the car depressors.
The need for a floor mats to adapt cleanly to the area it is covering without creases, fine lines or straps that could affect the functioning of the car was also recognised. With regard to the state of the technology and the supplementary demands on an industrial property registration, the obvious benefits and aims of the invention are described below.
The invention is intended to create a long-lasting, hard-wearing floor mats for use in building or other work-places. Another subject of the invention is the provision of a floor pad to collect dirt and humidity in connection with working cars. A further aim of the invention is to create a particularly long-lasting finish in the most wear-prone areas of the floor mats.
One of the invention' s particular aims is to create a pull and scrape area on a floor mats. Another subject of the invention is to obtain a perfect fitting of a car floor mats without significant creases or small creases. This invention is a car floor blanket designed to create a shaped mats.
It has a heightened circumferential edge provided at the side edge of the shaped mats. A first area has a deepened bottom area and a multiplicity of elevated projections that extend from the bottom area to form a textured finish with a first textured finish design. A second region having a deepened bottom and a multiplicity of elongate longitudinal ribs in tandem which protrude from the deepened bottom and impart to the second region a second textured finish different from the first finish, the second region further comprising a multiplicity of elevated ground waves on the deepened bottom between the ribs in tandem.
An automotive flooring mat is such that the first portion of the shaped flooring generally comprises an upstanding portion and a downstanding portion of a major floor area of the format, and the second portion of the shaped flooring generally comprises an intermediate portion of the major floor area of the format.
There is at least one wearing pad on the floor covering which is attached to the underside of the moulded part. Edge of the wearing pad is enclosed by a profiled edge which is lifted and stretches upwards from the underside. Bearing plates comprise a metallic sheet with a textured finish.
Car floor mats have a reverse side of the shaped mats. At least one grip range for grasping the floor of the car is provided on the rear side. Grasping profiles are on the back of the pad opposite the wearing plate attached to the front of the pad.
FIG 1 is a top down elevation of a floor matt according to the present invention; FIG 2 is a top down elevation of the floor matt according to the present invention; FIG 3 is a side down elevation of FIG 1; FIG 1 is generally depicted as a floor matt 10 having a permanent structure of moulded gum, PVC or other appropriate materials which are malleable, resilient and long-lasting.
Floor mats are usually placed on the inside floor of a cabin in front of a front wheel drive or front wheel drive in order to provide protection for the floor underneath. Floor Mats 10 have a textured front face 12 which includes a first area 14 with a first deepened floor face 16.
There is a design of rhombic protuberances 18 in relief essentially covering the first area 14. rhombic projections 18 overlap an top and bottom part of the floor mats to create a textured finish on which a person's footwear can grind to eliminate deposits of soil and humidity that can then accumulate in the floor area 16.
A floor carpet is usually placed against an angled face of the car body under the car footpegs, and the lower part of the floor carpet is normally placed horizontal in front of the driver's seats. In addition, the textured finish of the Floor Mats 10 provides additional grip for a wearer of their footwear against simple placement of the wearer in their seats.
Floor Mats 12 have a front face with a second area 20 and a second area 22. Longitudinal notches 26 have a lower floor area compared to the second deepened floor area 22. Grat and well formation provides an area for scratching and collecting debris, sludge and humidity from the underside of a passenger's footwear.
The second area 20 is normally located in a transitional area between the sloping top section of the flooring mat and the flat bottom section of the flooring flat so that debris and humidity which has been evacuated or gathered from the top section of the first area of the flooring mat falls into the second area and can be gathered within the recesses 26.
Between the burrs 24 there are lines of elevated humps 28 arranged at a distance, which further help to scratch sludge and ensure Traction. Around the first and second areas 14, 16 of the floor mats 10, a continuously elevated inner lips 30 and a fluted duct 32 are provided to receive and absorb contaminants, deposits, liquids and humidity within the fluted duct.
At the circumference of the floor mats 10 there is a series of flexible wing-like keys 38, which are generally shallow and thin. Flexible dampers can be placed against arcuate sections or sides of the passenger compartment, such as the inner bottom side of the threshold and the central cusp side between the floor sections of the front seat.
Once the dampers are curving against these sides, there is surplus humidity on the floor mats. Due to the fact that the keys are relatively thin in comparison to the total floor matt width, the keys can be cut with a pair of shears if required in order to obtain the best possible floor matt fitting for a specific floor area.
After the invention, the floor mats are equipped with a textured 40 mm metallic sole and a 42 mm textured metallic sole. Toneplate 40 is contiguous to the first area of the floor pad which is usually located under the floor pedal of the car so that a rider can stretch his feet to the toneplate and push against the toneplate.
The footplates can also be placed under a coupling or other foot control to prevent excess foot control foot pad use. Foot panel 42 is located in the lower middle of the floor pad where a passenger's footwear would be resting or resting when the car is not in use.
There is a design of elevated almond-shaped ribs 44 on the 40 foot panel and 42 foot panel, the ribs being laid out in a cross-shaped design of groups of five ribs or another diamond-shaped design. Rib 44 provides a mezzotint finish for footwear and a hard-wearing panel finish is common.
Toecap 42 and toecap 44 are located on the sunken floor 16 of the floor mats and are included in the ambient 46, 48 wall lifted by the sunken floor. Nivets run through the floor blanket at the 52 hole as shown in FIG. 8.
With reference to the RIGS. 2-6, the back of the floor mats 10 is described. Essentially, the back of the floor matt is flat and an inverted front design of diamonds, burrs and unevenness as well as lip and channeling is retained from the floor matt forming work.
Extra 60 grab segments are arranged in small groups of five 58 projections between the inverted patterns of diamonds on the top and bottom of the 10 floor mats. Handle 54, 56 and 60 rest against the floor beneath the car, and projections 58 ensure a non-slip handle between the floor and the floor mats.
On the back of the floor matt there are 62 reinforcement fins which support the inner 30 lips to keep up the increased internal lips up. The shape of the floor matt 10 shown corresponds to the driver's side of a working car.
This invention' floor mats are also useful on the front passengers' side and in the rear seats, as well as in the load compartments of a car. When in use, the floor matt is laid on the floor to be sheltered. With the present design, the floor mat's l.h. side would be placed against the threshold, the right side against the middle hump and the top of the floor mat towards the firewall's top on the car depressors.
By applying a light downwards force to the floor mats, the projections on the back of the floor mats work together with the floor surfaces, whether carpet or otherwise, to retain the floor mat's location. It has a dual lips that surrounds the floor matt edge and is conceived to hold the content gathered on the mats.
Over time, the floor mats can be lifted out of the car quickly and effortlessly by just pulling them up and out of the car. Of course, the mats of the invention are made individually in order to adapt them to a specific car passenger compartment. Surplus floor mats can be cut off from the moulded floor mats and disposed of as wastes.
This floor matt has a high-quality finish and is installed in the floor shelf without any significant creases or bells.