Snap Lock Industries Awarded Additional US Patent For ‘Structural Support System For Modular Floor Tiles’

Snap Lock Industries has been awarded another US Patent (# 7,299,592) for ‘Structural Support System For Modular Floor Tiles’. The patent encompasses over 23 claims that cover the improved support structure of the modular floor system.

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) January 9, 2008 — Snap Lock Industries, the world’s leading manufacturer and supplier of premium modular flooring products, has been awarded a US patent on thier modular floor tile products. Snap Lock has long established itself as the industry innovater with numerous products that have changed the industry.

“We are very happy to have been awarded this particular patent, It is a technology that we have invested a great deal of time in developing, it has given us the ability to manufacturer the best product available on the market today,” said Jorgen Moller, CEO of Snap Lock Industries.

The patent (# 7,299,592) encompasses 23 claims that cover the improved support structure of the modular floor system to ultimately eliminate the surface sink marks (surface imperfections) due the cooling phase of the manufacturing process. The support structure is also designed to maintain the structural integrity and rigidity necessary to support various loads. The position of the structural support directly correlates to the top surface geometry.On the RaceDeck® garage flooring brand part in particular, but not limited to, a tread pattern similar to that found on diamond plate steel. The tread pattern simulates diamond plate steel for increased traction and desired aesthetics, other patterns and designs can be used to accomplish this same effect.

“With our technology, we have the exclusive ability to create the most cosmetically appealing and structurally sound modular flooring products on the market today. I am very proud of the team we have here at Snap Lock, they are the reason we continue to be the industry leader in innovation, quality and service,” said Moller.

By |January 9th, 2008|New Products, News|