FAQ: What is an interlocking tile?
An interlocking tile is a tile with teeth that can be pressed into place with a mallet, locking the tiles together. Interlocking ESD floors do not require adhesive and are ideal for temporary or leased spaces or spaces that may be reallocated in the future. They can be laid in house or by a professional and are easy to lift and carry away.
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