Dycem Contamination Control Polymeric Mats and Flooring

Antimicrobial and naturally tacky: stop contamination in its tracks

About Dycem

Established in 1966, Dycem is a world-leading manufacturer of contamination control mats and flooring. We are a global organization with headquarters in Warwick, Rhode Island, USA and Bristol, England.

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Contamination

Contamination is a major and growing concern in cleanrooms, critical areas and controlled environments, from pharmaceutical laboratories, automotive manufacturing and hospitals to food processing units, optical clinics and data storage centers.

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Why Dycem

Dycem contamination control mats and flooring are manufactured with a patented polymeric compound, creating a natural tack and proven to retain up to 99.9% of foot and wheelborne particles from entering your controlled environment.

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Our Products

Dycem offers contamination control mats and flooring with multiple standard choices as well as fully customized options, including a variety of colors, installation techniques and finishing styles.

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In Your Industry

Learn about how our customers use Dycem in a variety of different environments and markets – all with the aim of controlling foot and wheel-borne contamination and preventing it from entering into their critical environments.

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LATEST NEWS

Why You Should Stop using Disposable Tacky Mats and Peel-Off Mats

It is common knowledge that critical environments, cleanroom or controlled areas should be protected within the manufacturing facility to minimize the presence of both viable and non-viable contamination during manufacturing performed under cleanroom and critical or controlled conditions. More

Reduce Using Single-Use Plastic with Dycem Contamination Control

Contaminated plastic waste is harmful to your environment, therefore by using disposable peel-off mats and plastic overshoes, YOU are harming your environment. More

Listeria and the risk to human health: how Dycem can inhibit bacteria growth

Listeria can pose a huge threat to human health and the food production industry. Recalled batches can damage a company’s reputation; reduce consumer trust and ultimately, death for high-risk consumers. More

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