Anji Mountain Issued Patent For Bamboo Tri-Fold Chairmat
Supremely Durable, Versatile Mat Is Ideal Solution for Plush Carpet And Hard Floors
The United States Patent and Trademark Office has recently issued a patent to Anji Mountain® for their innovative Bamboo Tri-Fold Chairmat. Anji Mountain was also awarded a U.S. patent for their Bamboo Roll-Up chairmat in 2008. Anji Mountain has been manufacturing and selling their flourishing Bamboo Chairmat collection for several years and the collection has now grown to 26 different sizes, shapes and thicknesses. The Tri-Fold collection is Anji Mountain’s “Plush” mat and is an ideal mat for plush carpeting and hard floors alike.
Anji Mountain’s Bamboo Tri-Fold Chairmat boasts supreme durability, unparalleled style and true eco-friendly qualities. 100% Moso bamboo is sustainably harvested in its native habitat in the Anji Mountains of China. This species is the hardest, most durable bamboo on the planet and is preferred by bamboo flooring manufacturers. The Tri-Fold mat is 12mm thick and features a non-slip latex backing that keeps it in place on either hard floors or plush carpet for maximum versatility. Furthermore, only expertly kiln-dried bamboo is used which is then finished with premium, eco-preferable UV-cured coating for ultimate protection. The Tri-Fold is available in both Traditional (with lip) and Rectangular (without lip) in either Natural or Dark Cherry (featured at right).
The Bamboo Chairmat collection can be purchased through internet and catalog retailers as well as select brick and mortar retailers across North America.
Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, Anji Mountain has established itself as the finest source of natural fiber area rugs—including jute, bamboo, seagrass and sisal—and original Bamboo Chairmats. Anji Mountain offers container programs, domestic warehouse programs and is fully equipped for drop-ship fulfillment programs. Our centrally located distribution facilities have thousands of units available for immediate domestic shipment. For more information, contact Anji Mountain at 314.576.1000 x 10 or firstname.lastname@example.org.