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Trackout Control Mat

The best way to keep dirt and sediment where it belongs. Durable, flexible entrance/exit mats – no installation required!

  • 3 stocked widths available x length needed. RubberForm can custom design to fit your job site needs:
    Product ID              Track-Out Mat Size         

    Exact Size – Width X Length       

    Total Square Feet    

     RF-TOCM.7.16  7’W X 16’L  87″W X 196″L  118
     RF-TOCM.10.10  10’W X 10’L  120’W X 129″L  108
     RF-TOCM.10.14  10’W X 14’L  120″W X 174″L  145
     RF-TOCM.10.16  10’W X 16’L  120″W X 196″L  163
     RF-TOCM.12.10  12’W X 10’L  144″W X 129″L  129
     RF-TOCM.12.14  12’W X 14’L  144″W X 174″L  174
  • Custom Trackout Mats Available – 3 Stocked Widths x Length needed
  • 100% Recycled Plastic & Scrap Tire Rubber Composite
  • Fold-up for easy transport, deployment & reuse
  • 100% Made in U.S.A. – complies with ARRA 2009 and Buy America Acts
  • Replacement blocks and cables are available

RubberForm’s Trackout Control Mats are the ideal solution to minimize the tracking of dirt, rock and other debris by vehicles exiting construction sites. Municipalities are enforcing regulations to protect against damage to property and the environment. Failure to properly manage a construction exit may lead to law suits and fines. The most economical and environmentally sound solution is the RubberForm Trackout Control Mat. Inquire about our rumble pad construction entrance today.

How Trackout Control Mats Work

Vehicle vibration caused by driving over the Trackout Control Mat removes sediment that might otherwise be tracked onto the road surface. Furthermore, RubberForm’s highly durable, yet portable and reusable Trackout Control Mats trap the debris as the vehicle passes over.

Installation is fast and simple: no digging, laying down gravel or filtering required.

At the conclusion of the project simply roll up the mats for transport to your next job site!

For more details and performance videos, visit:

Official Trackout Control Mat Site

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Trackout control mats are the best way to keep dirt and sediment where it belongs. These mud control mats can be configured into any size by adding additional sections. No installation required – no digging, laying down gravel or filtering – simply roll out the mat, and the vehicle vibrations remove sediment, trapping it before it leaves your construction site. Trackout control mats are flexible enough for use on uneven surfaces, and durable enough to be used over and over, reducing clean-up and labor costs and saving you money. Shop construction matting at RubberForm today.

Site developers, excavators, construction companies and more, are under pressure to minimize the amount trackout and carryout debris (including dirt, rocks, dust, mud, and other elements) from construction sites onto public roadways. Municipalities are enforcing regulations to protect against damage to property and the environment. Failure to properly manage a construction exit may lead to fines and lawsuits.


3 stocked widths available x length needed. We can custom design to fit your job site needs:

Introducing the New Trackout Control Mats From RubberForm

Our Trackout Mats are the most economical, easy deployment and environmentally sound stabilized construction entrance/exit solution to control carry-out and track-out debris from job sites.

Vehicle vibration caused by driving over the trackout mat removes sediment that might otherwise be tracked onto road surfaces. Then our durable, yet portable and reusable trackout control mats trap the debris as the vehicle passes over.

Installation is fast and simple: no extra parts needed, no digging, no laying down gravel, or no filtering required. Just lift off the pallet and lay it down.

At the conclusion of the project simply fold up the mats for transport to your next job site!

We can custom design to fit your job site needs, contact us at Trackout Control Mats today to order yours!

Definition and Purpose

A stabilized construction entrance is a temporary control practice defined by a point of entrance/exit to a construction site that is stabilized to reduce the tracking of mud and dirt onto public roads by construction vehicles.

Appropriate Applications

  • Use at construction sites:
    • Where dirt or mud can be tracked onto public roads
    • Adjacent to water bodies
    • Where poor soils are encountered
    • Where dust is a problem during dry weather conditions
    • This BMP may be implemented on a project-by-project basis in addition to other BMPs when determined necessary and feasible by the Resident Engineer (RE)
  • Crushed aggregate greater than 75 mm (3 inches) and smaller than 150 mm (6 inches) shall be used

Limitations

  • Site conditions will dictate design and need.

Standards and Specifications

  • Limit the points of entrance/exit to the construction site
  • Limit speed of vehicles to control dust
  • Properly grade each construction entrance/exit to prevent runoff from leaving the construction site
  • Route runoff from stabilized entrances/exits through a sediment-trapping device before discharge
  • Design stabilized entrance/exit to support the heaviest vehicles and equipment that will use it
  • Select construction access stabilization (aggregate, asphaltic concrete, concrete) based on longevity, required performance, and site conditions
  • The use of asphalt concrete (AC) grindings for stabilized construction access/roadway is not allowed
  • Use of aggregate or constructed/manufactured steel plates with ribs for entrance/exit access is allowed with written approval from the RE
  • If an aggregate is approved, place crushed aggregate over geotextile fabric to at least 300 mm (12 in) depth, or place aggregate to a depth recommended by the RE
  • Crushed aggregate greater than 75 mm (3 inches) and smaller than 150 mm (6 inches) shall be used
  • Designate combination or single purpose entrances and exits to the construction site
  • Implement BMP SC-1 7, “Street Sweeping and Vacuuming” as needed and as required
  • Require all employees, subcontractors, and suppliers to utilize the stabilized construction entrance and exit
  • All exit locations intended to be used for more than a two-week period continuously and for a period of time shall have stabilized construction entrance/exit BMPs (TC-1 “Stabilized Construction Entrance/Exit” or TC-3 “Entrance/Outlet Tire Wash”)

Maintenance and Inspection

  • Inspect routinely for damage and assess the effectiveness of the BMP. Repair it if access is clogged with sediment or as directed by the RE. Remove aggregate, separate, and dispose of sediment if construction entrance/exit is clogged with sediment or as directed by the RE.
  • Keep all temporary roadway ditches clear.
  • Inspect for damage and repair as needed.

What is the Trackout & Carryout Problem?

  • Trackout dirt, mud, stone, or other debris tracked or carried out onto a paved public road by a vehicle leaving a construction site.
  • Dirt, stone, and mud adhering to tires, the exterior, or undercarriage of a vehicle leaving a construction site that falls onto a paved public roadway.
  • Traces of dirt, stone, or other bulk material that spill onto a paved public road from an improperly loaded haul vehicle leaving a construction site.
  • Dirt, stone, and mud leaving an unpaved access road going onto a paved public roadway.

Sources of particulate matter (PM), a regulated air pollutant, are when the material deposited on the pavement is lifted back into the atmosphere – or “re-entrained”-by the tires of vehicles passing over the matter. A large portion of particulate matter in the metropolitan area is caused by vehicle re-entrainment. Trackout and carryout remaining on roads can also lead to water pollution in the form of suspended sediment when carried to bodies of water by stormwater runoff.

According to many county and municipal governmental agencies, trackout control is required for excavation sites having a disturbed surface area from which material is hauled on or off-site. Be sure to contact your local governmental agency for your area’s exact requirement. It’s also worth noting that trackout could also be a violation of your areas hauling and stormwater ordinances.

The Trackout & Carryout Control Solution

Installing our trackout mats here at RubberForm will prevent trackout and carryout of particulate matter from dirt, mud, stone, or other debris onto paved public roadways. The simplest and quickest control technique is the installation of a trackout control mat. This is a modular, customizable rumble mat that consists of a ground-level, hard yet flexible rubber and plastic mat that when driven over creates a rumble designed to remove PM from vehicles tires. Our trackout control systems here at RubberForm are easy to deploy, clean, and can be stored and reused for years to come.

Why Our Trackout Control Mats are Better Than Current Standards

Gravel trackout pads are most commonly used as stabilized exits on excavation and construction sites. These are less effective than our mats at RubberForm and the gravel trackout pads are harder to keep clean and maintained. A typical layout is 20 feet wide by a minimum of 50 feet long — most are 100 feet long with a 30-foot width with number 2 coarse aggregate and are at least 6 inches deep. They are more expensive over time and are hard to maintain. The mats at RubberForm are the best and most cost-effective long-term choice. It can be moved and reused over time, unlike gravel trackout pads.

 

trackout vs gravel infographic

Wash Pit

Wash Pits are very effective at removing the debris from the trucks leaving the job site, however, they are extremely expensive to install and maintain. They are very effective when used in conjunction with the mats at RubberForm to remove dirt, stone, and debris from tires and undercarriages of vehicles. You can install our trackout mats before or after the wash pit. The wash pit trackout mat combo is best when they are used for extended projects or projects with high levels of debris.

Trackout vs wash put infographic

Paving

Temporary paved construction access is an effective method of sediment control, but it is also a more expensive option. The paved surface must extend at least 100 feet from the point of intersection with the public road and be at least 20 feet wide. Solutions to minimize trackout onto the public roadways are not always 100% effective. For debris leaving the job site, remove sediment and rock from the pavement as soon as possible, but no later than the end of the workday on the same it has been deposited on the paved road.

Trackout vs paving infographic

 

At RubberForm, we know that our Trackout Control Mats are the best in the industry. They are easy to install, move around, sustainably created, cost-effective, durable, customizable, and so much more. Get the best Trackout Control Mat for your worksite by ordering our sediment control solution today from RubberForm!

 

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