Steel and Brass Forged to Last

The long durability of Studded Tile makes it popular for use in health care facilities, universities, airports, high rise buildings, hotels and other buildings that require reliability to keep their elevators in service. Tiles are available in solid black or marbleized colors and in smooth or hammered finish textures.

Studding Since 1977

Fabricated On-Site

Studded Tile is fabricated in our on-site design shop in Rockaway, New Jersey, and all components are made in the USA. Free sample sets are available upon request to

Product Specifications

  • Each studded tile is a nominal 12" x 12" x 3/16" gauge
  • Each unstudded rubber tile is 12” x 12” x 1/8” gauge
  • Each tile contains 144 studs; one every square inch
  • ALL studded tile must be installed with a 2 part A/B Epoxy

Hammered (SE)
Gauge: 1/8” (3.175 mm)
Design: Random Dimples across Surface
Design Depth: 0.010” - 0.015”
Size: 12” x 12” (30.48 cm x 30.48 cm),

Smooth (SM)
Gauge: 1/8” (3.175 mm)
Design: Smooth Surface
Size: 12” x 12” (30.48 cm x 30.48 cm)

  1. Floor must be clean and dry. Remove any old floor covering and be sure the sub floor is free of
    all dirt and residue.
  2. Install quality white shield felt or saturated paper with multi-purpose adhesive if installing
    over steel or expect future removal. Allow to dry thoroughly.
  3. Use a two part epoxy with a 1/8” x 1/8” square notch trowel. Spread adhesive and install tiles
    with smooth side up.
  4. Roll with heavy floor tile roller.
  5. For ease of cutting at the wall, remove studs from the back by pulling out like a thumbtack.
    Punch out material from holes available upon request.
  6. Adhesive Specifications can be found here for FLEW-710
Product Benefits & Limitations
  • Can be installed over radiant heat, operational temperature must not exceed 85° to prevent
    damage to flooring.
  • Not to be used in Commercial Kitchens or other areas subjected to animal, vegetable or
    petroleum based oils and solvents.
  • Not to be used in areas subjected to sharp spikes, cleats, sharp wheels, stiletto heels or other
    objects that could damage the flooring.
  • Not to be used in direct contact with heat sources or in outdoor applications.
  • Sweep and wash floors with a neutral PH cleaner or mild detergent and water solution.
  • Floor must be dried with a soft cloth. Never leave floor wet.
Classification & Testing

ASTM F 1344, Rubber Floor Tile - Class I
Type A Solid Color

Fire Testing:

ASTM E 648 (NFPA 253)
Critical Radiant Flux - Class 1, > .45 W/cm2
ASTM E 662 (NFPA 258)
Smoke Generation - Passes, < 450

ASTM D2047, Coefficient of Friction (Slip Resistance) - > .6
ASTM D2240, Hardness - > 85
ASTM D3389, Abrasion – Passes <1gm loss
ASTM F925, Resistance to Chemicals – Passes
ASTM F970, Static Load Limit - 250 psi, Passes Max Indentation of 0.003” @ 1,500 psi

Studded Tile x Base Sculptures

Pairing Studded Tile with Base Sculptures gives you creative flexibility with the endurance of thermoplastic rubber. Base Sculptures are formulated with a bio-based plasticizer to reduce greenhouse gases by 10%. Studded Tile colors that coordinate with the base sculptures color palette are available through our hand studding program.

Flexco Base Sculptures™ Profiled Wall Base System


Step Up Your Design

Stud Wild With Custom Fabrications

Studded Tile can be custom fabricated in any of the Flexco Rubber Color lines through our hand studding program:

Flextones solid colors can be studded in Hammered texture
Spextones speckled colors can be studded in Smooth or Hammered textures
Creative Elements marbelized colors can be studded in Smooth or Hammered textures

Contact us for a Custom Quote

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