• Reliability


    JETMAT® supports dynamic & clean movements on floor of all users. Seamless clean passage between dirty and clean floor areas will support accelerated movement for people, goods and vehicles.

  • Multifunctional surface

    Multifunctional surface

    It is a cleaning machine (built in the floor), powered by inner flow system of pressurized water plus detergents, as well with high pressure steam and air, enriched with fragrance.

    Mechatronic automation
  • up to 4000 modules /m²

    up to 4000 modules /m²

    It is a automated high-resolution preventive cleaning matrix, capable of the instant cleaning and drying of any shape of shoe sole or car tire, on the move. despite of People and vehicles trafic, flooring high level cleanness remains long life.

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  • Constant Cleanliness

    Constant Cleanliness

    It has lightning-fast reflexive reaction, with a response time of less than 0.01 sec, which focuses on high effective and most expedient preventive cleaning. User has nothing to worry about soiling, no footprints nor soiled tyre track prints left behind.

    JETMAT® technology
  • No dirt spreading

    No dirt spreading

    In porpose of achieving the most effective cleanness protection ever, JETMAT® provide continous entire cleanliness letting your quick and seamless passage.

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Mr. Richard Magony 

Leader of development concept / Founder / Inventor      linkedin

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Systematic Pollution

Any walking surface (from shoe soles to tyre treads) can be considered an active contamination transfer surface, by movements. During each and every step a person makes and in the case of vehicles rolling over contaminated surfaces and picking up environmental pollution which is kept for a long time and can be spread over a wide area.

Using expensive conventional cleaning methods - without negatively affecting the movement of people and vehicles - no one could be capable of preventing neither the direct nor indirect pollution.

These effects are increasingly appearing in great footfall traffic locations, because the restriction of the movements is not preferred. 

The variety of occurring pollution and the necessity of defence against bringing in the unpredictable environmental pollution hazards - primarily rainfall or snowfall - together are complicating the task of defending further more.

It is even more difficult to respond to the expectations of sustainable cleanliness at distinguished hygienic environments - like food-processing or health care institutions, etc. - because of the strictness of regulations and specific technological constraints.

It means large challenges, if besides reaching the practical and expeditious cleaning abilities we would also like to preserve the dynamics of staff movements.

The rules and related principles of sustainable cleanliness and sanitisation are defined by the type of location- like hospitals - according to the specific utilisation itself.

The sanitisation, microbiological sterilisation and the defence against other pathogens mostly demands the systematic application of increased efficiency purification and changing the combination of disinfectants, simultaneously.