Safety Pad II FR

Since 1979, over 8,000 rigs worldwide have used the Safety Pad II FR with outstanding results. It is molded from a high strength 100% solid urethane elastomer and offers extreme hydrolytic stability, anti-fungal properties, ultraviolet stability, fire retardant properties, and chemical or diesel resistance. This high-traction safety mat can be custom molded in various thicknesses to fit rotary tables, drill rig floors and any other critical work or walk area.

Safety Pad II FR is known to outlast our leading competitors mat by 2-3 times and has been tested and approved by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate. This approval is based on test certificate 250010.40/92.238 dates 7/31/92, Sintef NBL - Norwegian Fire Research Laboratory. The test method is Solas (Safety of Life At Sea) NT Fire 007-NS-Insta 414).

Drainage grooves are molded into the surface of the mats to assist in the control of fluids that can accumulate. All pads come standard with a non-skid coating for additional traction and durability. This coating also creates a barrier of protection from chemicals, diesel, other corrosive fluids and ultra-violet rays.

"If you're not using Safety Pad II FR, you're slipping!"

Rotary Table

Our standard thickness for Safety Pad II FR rotary table mats is 1 1/4". Thicker options are available for recessed rotaries or other situations where the drill floor is not level. Safety Pad II FR comes standard with stainless steel studs protruding from its non-skid surface along with drain grooves to help disperse drilling fluids.

Movable Pipe Rack

If you're racking pipe on wood, a Movable Pipe rack is available. Cleats on the bottom of the pad bite into the wood to prevent movement. As the rack fills with drill pipe, two men can relocate the pad as needed.

Derrick Area & Steps

This high-traction work surface is custom molded 3/4" thick for use on stairways, derrick boards, and workover rigs.


  • Prevents Slip & Fall Injuries
  • Increases Workplace Comfort & Well-Being
  • Easily Integrated for Portable & Permanent Installations
  • Reduces Costs


  • Non-skid Coating
  • Hazard Identification
  • Anti-fungal & UV Protective Properties
  • Chemical & Corrosion Resistance
  • Familiar Groove/Stud Pattern
  • Fire Retardant
Property Test Specification Result
Tear Strength (lbs f/in) ASTM D-412, Die C 400-500 (lbs./in.)
Tensile Strength (psi) ASTM D-412, Die C 3000-4000 psi
% Elongation ASTM D-412, Die C 400-500%
Volatile Organic Compounds ASTM D-2369 0%
Hardness @ 72F ASTM 2240-85 75-82 Shore A
Fungus Resistance non nutrient
Repairability excellent
Service Temperatures -40F to 200F
Shrinkage 0.0005 m/m
Viscosity @ 72F (Mixed) 15,000 CPS @ 130F
Water Absorption 0.01
* The length of the damaged part of the flooring and of the chipboard is measured from the center of the ignition crib.
* Smoke is given as obscuration in % of total obscuration.
Observations Single Test 1 Single Test 2 Single Test 3 Single Test 4 Average
Time for ignition of flooring 25 sec 25 sec 25 sec 25 sec --
Time when flame dies out 6 min 55 sec 6 min 10 sec 6 min 40 sec 6 min 30 sec --
Time when glow dies out 6 min 55 sec 7 min 5 sec 7 min 10 sec 7 min 20 sec --
Length of damaged part of flooring 45 meters 50 meters 49 meters 47 meters 48 meters
Area of charred part of chipboard 0 sq. meters 0 sq. meters 0 sq. meters 0 sq. meters 0 sq. meters
Length of damaged part of chipboard 0 meters 0 meters 0 meters 0 meters 0 meters
Maximum smoke density during the first 5 min of testing 28% 30% 30% 30% 30%
Maximum smoke density after 5 min. of testing 5% 5% 5% 4% 5%

Fire Test Protocol

Custom Safety Products Inc., USA
Test Method
NT Fire 007, NS-INSTA 414
Marine Flooring System
Product Name
Safety Pad II(FR)
Samples Received
Description of Samples
4 samples with dimensions 1m x 0.4m in thickness approximately 32mm, with steel studs on top, protruding approximately 5mm from the top side, weight approximately 35 kg/sq. meter.
Preparation of Specimens
The specimens were prepared by the client. The specimens were placed on 19mm thick chipboards during the testing.
Conditions of Specimens
The specimens were stored in air with 50% relative humidity at 23C for 3 weeks.
Number of Single Tests
Testing Time
10 minutes
Date of Test
Ola Ronning, Technician
Test Results for NT Fire 007 Floorings
(see chart)

Test Certificate

Test Conducted By
Sintef NBL, Norwegian Fire Research Laboratory, Trondheim, Norway
Task No.
Test Method
NT Fire 007 - NS - INSTA 414
Intention of Test
Marine Flooring System
Product Name
Safety Pad II(FR)
Custom Safety Products Inc., USA
Product Description
Safety Pad II is molded from a high-strength, chemical resistant, urethane, equipped with steel studs in thickness approximately 32mm; weight approximately 35 kg/sq. meter.
Samples taken by client.
The product satisfies the requirements regarding floorings in Class G. The product satisfies the requirements regarding approval of floorings by Det Norske Veritas.
Sample ID Description
1 1 1/4", CS-100, yellow, studs, CS-200 non skid, CS-300 top coat
2 3/4", CS-100, yellow, studs, CS-200 non skid, CS-300 top coat
3 3/4", CS-100, yellow, no studs, CS-200 non skid, CS-300 top coat
4 1/2", CS-100, yellow, no studs, CS-200 non skid, CS-300 top coat
5 1 1/4", gray, no coating, no studs
6 3/4", gray, no coating, no studs
7 1/2", gray, no coating, no studs
8 1 1/4", yellow, no coating, no studs
9 3/4", yellow, no coating, no studs
"ok" indicates that no breakdown was observed
Sample Thickness 10,000 VAC 25,000 VDC
1 1 1/4" ok ok
2 3/4" ok ok
3 3/4" ok ok
4 1/2" ok ok
5 1 1/4" ok ok
6 3/4" ok ok
7 1/2" ok ok
8 1 1/4" ok ok
9 3/4" ok ok
Test Performed by
Maxim Technologies/Twin City Testing, 662 Cromwell Avel, St. Paul, Minnesota 55114
Project No.
This report presents the results of Dielectric tests conducted on 9 samples of polymer blocks. The test samples were submitted to our laboratory by Mr. Carl Boddie of Industrial Polymers Inc. on June 27, 1998. The scope of work was limited to conducting a Dielectric Proof test on the samples and providing a factual report of the results. Testing was completed on July 2, 1998.
Sample Identification
A total of 9 samples were submitted for testing. The samples were identified as shown below:
Dielectric Test Method
The test was conducted using the methodology of ASTM:D149. Samples were tested using both Direct Current and Alternating Current. Electrodes (2 each) were machined from Brass round stock to a diameter of 1 inches. The test sample was placed between the electrodes. The probes of the Dielectric tester were attached to the electrodes.
The voltage was increased slowly to 25,000 VDC. These conditions were maintained for a period of 1 minute. After this period, the voltage was slowly reduced to 0 VDC. during this period, observations were made for evidence of breakdown.
This procedure was repeated except that a voltage of 10,000 VAC was used.
This procedure was repeated on an additional 8 samples.
Dielectric Tester Hipotronics, Model Number HD-100, Serial Number: MM180-012, Calibrated 10/24/97, Calibration Due: 10/24/98.

Custom Safety Products
1030 CR. 129
Friendswood, Texas 77511
May 17, 2006

Attn; Mr. Kendall Kinchen

We have completed evaluation of the urethane polymers CS-100FR and a leading competitor's mat sample for absorption and durability in the presence of common diesel fuel. The study consisted of a 12 week immersion carried out at 120F to artificially accelerate the testing.

At the start and at weekly intervals of the testing period sample weights were recorded and the differences compared to determine the affects of solubility in a hydrocarbon environment. The study revealed that the CS-100FR faired the best absorbing only 5.69% in weight and achieving maximum absorption while the leading competitor's sample absorbed 20.28% continuing on an upward trend in the same time period. The overall total percent absorption of diesel fuel could be used as direct indication of the breakdown of cured polymer and long term performance.

A copy of the study and actual test specimens has been included for your review.


Carl Boddie
Technical director
Industrial Polymers Corporation

% Diesel Absorption Study

CSP CS-100 FR Leading Competitor
1 week2.87%9.08%
2 week3.58%11.70%
3 week3.99%13.34%
4 week4.48%14.96%
5 week4.78%15.99%
6 week4.95%17.06%
7 week5.16%17.70%
8 week5.30%18.32%
9 week5.46%18.95%
10 week5.59%19.61%
11 week5.69%20.06%
12 week5.69%20.28%
Compression Testing by ASTM D 575
% Deflection Compressive Strength @ % Deflection (lbs-f/sq in)
5 189.68 +- 12.62
10 338.31 +- 5.65
15 445.36 +- 5.41
20 544.82 +- 9.90
25 647.84 +- 10.82
30 755.33 +- 10.49
35 882.28 +- 7.77
40 1037.23 +- 14.37
45 1216.87 +- 16.82
50 1474.29 +- 39.49
55 1781.00 +- 64.47
60 2199.54 +- 55.82
65 2774.65 +- 33.60
70 3565.11 +- 68.68
75 4537.10 +- 78.25
80 5386.76 +- 172.49
85 6752.24 +- 785.34
90 8496.87 +- 150.51
95 9971.35 +- 184.30
Conducted by the National Floor Safety Institute - Nov, 2013
Traction Profile DCOF SCOF
Stainless Steel Studs (SSS) >1.0 >1.0
High Profile (HP) >1.0 >1.0
Low Profile (HP) >1.0 >1.0
Large Low Profile (LLP) >1.0 >1.0

Test Method

  • Measuring Wet Dynamic Coefficient of Friction (DCOF) of Common Hard-Surface Floor Materials - ANSI/NFSI B101.3-2012
  • Measuring Wet Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF) of Common Hard-Surface Floor Materials - ANSI/NFSI B101.1-2009
  • Testing device - GS-1 Slip Meter (Tribometer)