Tactile guidance
- accessibility
for all.

We help you to make all types of environments more accessible. From evaluating your needs to the planning and installation of tactile guidance systems for the visually impaired.

Work process

Supporting you in every way.

We guide you through the entire process – from evaluating the accessibility needs of your building to planning the guidance systems and installing them in accordance with legal requirements.

Needs
Products
Installation
Needs

From the very start.

We help you analyse your building’s accessibility needs, identify which areas need to be linked by a guidance system and what obstacles exist – such as level differences in the form of stairs. When it comes to accessibility, it is smart to get it right from the start, avoiding costly modifications at a later stage.

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Products

High-visibility guidance systems for all environments.

Visually impaired people need highly visible guidance markings to find their way around. We provide both visually and tactilely contrasting markings and acoustic guidance systems for indoor and outdoor environments. Our range has been developed in collaboration with the leading specialists in the industry and is available in a variety of materials to suit different floor surfaces and environments.

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Installation

We have the tools.

Expertise is our most important tool when installing guidance systems and making buildings and environments more accessible. We know the requirements for all surfaces and have the experience and methods for correctly installing the products.

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Reference customer

Sundsvall Hospital

The entrance to Sundsvall Hospital was made more accessible with the rubber tactile guidance system from Matting. This material is sound-absorbing and slip-resistant, two important factors in a hospital environment. The products are wheelchair-friendly and present no trip hazard. They are glued onto existing floors and surfaces without damaging them.

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