Hr Pro

From £196.95 (ex. VAT)
£196.95 each (ex. VAT)
£236.34 (incl. VAT)
Product Code:PVCFLOOR054

A static-dissipative, durable work bench mat that will last and keep equipment and operatives safe in an Electrostatic Protected Area, our HR Pro bench mat has a tough vinyl top surface that is liquid and scratch resistant.

Easy to clean, with a light pebbled surface finish, this work bench conductive mat is loose lay, and requires connecting via a grounding wire and appropriate accessories (all available to order elsewhere on this website) to deliver its full resistance properties of 1 x 107Ω to 1 x 109Ω.

The Hr Pro mat is 2.4mm thick, and is made of a solid vinyl with a buried conductive layer. Full technical specifications for the mat are featured in the table below.

Provincial Rubber offers the Hr Pro in a range of three pre-cut different sizes, or you can choose a bespoke mat size that is 1.2m wide and up to 15.3m long. We have two colour options available – blue or grey.

You can order the Hr Pro mat directly through this website. Just select your size and colour options from the drop down boxes, add your purchases to your shopping basket, and check out using our safe, secure system. Your purchase will be delivered to your door rapidly anywhere in the UK.

If you have any queries or need any assistance with your ESD matting and equipment, please give us a call on 0117 9541117 or use the online contact form.

  • Static-dissipative, durable work surface mat.
  • Conductive buried layer protects components.
  • Grounded via a 10mm male stud fitted to the mat.
  • Meets or exceeds IEC61340-5-1 resistance requirements.
  • Actual resistance: 1 x 107Ω to 1 x 109Ω.

A solid vinyl homogeneous construction with a buried conductive layer

Surface Finish

Light Pebble

Product Height


Operating Temperature

-28°C to +71°C

Environmental Resistance

Suitable for dry indoor environments

Installation Method

Loose lay – must be connected via grounding wire and accessories



Cleaning Method

Brush or wipe the top surface

Flame Retardancy

Will not burn after the ignition source is removed. When ?forced? to burn, Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen Chloride fumes are emitted

Country of Origin