We Make the Safest Lasting Mats on the Planet



The American Blasting Mat Company is Safety Plus Quality

Satisfying Your #1 Priorities

Rubber Blasting Mats Made in the USA

In 1959 The American Heavy Duty Rubber Blasting Mat was invented by the late entrepreneur, Stanley R. Crook. During the 1960s production was done in Connecticut then during the 1970s the company moved to the current location in Norfolk Virginia.

The American Blasting Mat Company, now operated by Dan Kight and a staff expert in manufacturing the blasting mat, has kept quality as the #1 priority. Our customers over the years have testified to all our above claims. From our 60,000 square foot facility we still use the American blasting mat design with a few changes to meet current standards. Over 35 years later it has proved itself to be #1 in blasting mats. 

American Blasting Mats are being transported to World Trade Center, Ground Zero, for blasting protection during memorial rebuild.

The American Blasting Mat has out-performed steel mats, rope mats, timber mats and imitators of rubber blasting mats in:

Longevity • Quality • Safety • Durability
Performance • Price • Reliability • Effectiveness • Service

Our unique manufacturing design makes it shock proof in even the most violent explosions.

When you utilize an American Blasting Mat you are assuring yourself, your employees and your customers the extra peace of mind they deserve.

Explosion after explosion The American Blasting Mat controls fly rock.

The American Blasting Mat  is the “Rolls Royce” in blasting mats, without the “Rolls Royce” price.


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