CATU Electrical Matting, Class 0, IEC 61111

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Electrical mats, also known as insulating mats, are specialized safety devices designed to provide electrical insulation in areas where there is a risk of electric shock. These mats are commonly used in industrial settings, power plants, electrical substations, and other locations where electrical equipment is present. 

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SKU Length (mm) Width (mm) Maximum Working Voltage (kV) Test Voltage (kV) Thickness (mm) Surface Finish Weight
Thumbnail MP1166 600 600 1 5 2.2 Double Side Cloth Impression 1280

Features :

  • Insulating mat for live and dead working.
  • Class 0 - Maximum operating voltage: 1000 V AC - 1500 V DC.
  • Used to cover the floor for the electrical protection of operators in electrical installations. 
  • Protect the workers from the ground potential.
  • Must be adapted to the nominal voltage of the network supplying the installation on which it is used.
  • In accordance with IEC 61111:2009 standard and to specific properties of the “C” Category (extremely low-temperature folding test at – 40 °C)
  • RoHS2 compliant. REACH compliant (SVHC free).
  • Material: elastomer, halogen-free.
  • Thickness: 2.2mm +/-0.2mm.
  • 2D bar code (Datamatrix) on marking with direct link to user guide and technical sheet.
  • Storage temperature: +10°C to +21°C.
  • Operating temperature: -40°C to +55°C.

Resistance According To IEC 61111:2009 

Mechanical puncture resistance
Test for slip resistance
Dielectric test according to given class
Ageing tests
Low Temperature folding tests
Flame retardance tests
Oil resistance
Acid resistance

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The primary purpose of electrical mats is to protect workers from the potential hazards of electric shock by creating a barrier between the person and the ground. They are typically made from rubber or other insulating materials that have high electrical resistance. The mats are placed on the floor around electrical equipment, such as switchboards and control panels, to create a safe working environment.

Key features of electrical mats include:

  1. Electrical Insulation: The mats have high electrical resistance, preventing the flow of electric current and reducing the risk of shock.

  2. Durability: Electrical mats are designed to withstand wear and tear, as well as exposure to various environmental conditions.

  3. Safety Standards: They often comply with safety standards and regulations to ensure their effectiveness in preventing electrical accidents.

  4. Non-Conductive: The materials used in these mats are non-conductive, meaning they do not conduct electricity, providing a safe surface for workers.

  5. Color Coding: Electrical mats may be color-coded to indicate their specific electrical resistance levels, making it easier to choose the right mat for a particular application.

It's important to follow safety guidelines and regulations when using electrical mats to ensure proper protection against electrical hazards. Regular inspection and maintenance of these mats are also crucial to identify any signs of wear or damage that may compromise their effectiveness.

Maximum Working Voltage (kV)

This describes the maximum working voltage (kV) a mat can provide protection too. This is safety-critical and an essential part of the selection process 


We offer the most extensive and compliant range of Electrical Safety Matting/Switchboard Matting in the UK - IEC61111 (all classes), ASTM D178, BS 921

The European standard IEC 61111:2009 has replaced the national standards of the EU countries and assorts the electrical insulating matting as per its resistance to high tension breakdown into 5 classes.

  • Class 0 - Working voltage: 1 000 V - Proof voltage: 5 000 V -  Withstand voltage: 10 000 V
  • Class 1 - Working voltage: 7 500 V - Proof voltage: 10 000 V - Withstand voltage: 20 000 V
  • Class 2  - Working voltage: 17 000 V - Proof voltage: 20 000 V - Withstand voltage: 30 000 V
  • Class 3 - Working voltage: 26 500 V - Proof voltage: 30 000 V - Withstand voltage: 40 000 V
  • Class 4 - Working voltage: 36 000 V - Proof voltage: 40 000 V - Withstand voltage: 50 000 V

IEC 61111:2009 is applicable to electrical insulating matting made of elastomer for use as a floor covering for the electrical protection of workers on electrical installations. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 1992, and its Amendment 1 (2002). This edition constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following significant technical changes with regard to the previous edition:
- general review of the requirements and test provisions;
- modification of the test procedure for slip resistance;
- preparation of the elements of evaluation of defects, and general application of IEC 61318 Ed.3;
- revision of existing annexes;
- deletion of Annexes D and F, not applicable according to IEC 61318 Ed.3;
- introduction of a new normative Annex F on the classification of defects


    • Weight
      1280 g
    • SKU
    • EAN
    • HS Commodity Codes
  • Manufacturer
    CATU SAS is a subsidiary of the SICAME Group
  • Country of Origin
  • Length (mm)
    600, 1000, 10,000
  • Width (mm)
    600, 1000, 1200
  • Maximum Working Voltage (kV)
    1, Not Applicable
  • Test Voltage (kV)
    5, Not Applicable
  • Thickness (mm)
    2.2, Not Applicable
  • Surface Finish
    Fine Ribbed, Double Side Cloth Impression

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