INTRAsystems - Enhancing Building by Design

INTRAsystems are the latest manufacturer to be added to our catalogue of content

Established in 1977, INTRAsystems has grown to become a leading supplier of Entrance Matting systems across the globe.

Their mission is to enhance the working environment by helping you to fully comply with government regulations and ensure a safe, clean and beautifully designed entrance. The INTRAsystems range of Entrance Matting combines up-to-date design and aesthetics with the ability to perform in the most demanding environments.

Designed by industry specialists with an intimate knowledge of the marketplace, the manufacturer provides an unrivalled range of products which provide optimum performance, every time, guaranteed.

Working on key projects throughout the UK and Europe, INTRAsystems is familiar with all environmental ratings such as BREEAM, LEED and WELL Building standards to help clients achieve, and exceed, their sustainability goals.

It is the very first impression and the last connection

Entrance Matting occupies a prime space in every building. It is the very first impression and the last connection that every visitor makes with the location and yet it is often treated as a purely functional element with little-to-no design consideration. When specified correctly, Entrance Matting systems can be used to make an instant connection with the brand. INTRAsystems believe in getting creative with Entrance Matting and using the vital space it occupies to mesmerise every visitor.

Entrance Matting is a highly functional necessity but with the INTRAsystems range, the design possibilities for Entrance Matting are endless.

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