The Smaller GrypMat at just 6" x 12" is light & compact, perfect for the "On The Go" GA Mechanic. Its design made from proprietary, rubberized, flexible, non-marring, non-slip, anti-static material; allowing the 6 individually separated compartments to keep tools & small parts organized while working on the aircraft.
GrypMat works where other tool trays won’t, such as the curved surfaces found on aircraft wings and bodies.
Using GrypMat reduces Foreign Object Damage (FOD), lowers maintenance times, prevents scratches and damage, and helps mechanics do
Arguably its most defining aspect, the Grypmat is built to stay. Its unique chemistry enables it to grip on to whatever surface it is placed on without sliding or falling, while still allowing for easy placement and removal.
Using the Grypmat prevents scratches and dents on your beautiful paint job.
Any tool, any time, and any place. The Grypmat is so versatile that you can have your tools where you need them, when you need them.
Not only is the Grypmat extremely durable, but it also bends, folds, or rolls any way you need it to, always returning to its original shape.
PREVENTS TOOL LOSS
With the Grypmat, your tools aren’t going anywhere.
Grypmat is made out of a polymer-silicone blend and has specific properties to make it resistant to all types of chemicals.
The large and medium Grypmats contain a built in ruler.
This one is pretty self explanatory. Catching on fire while working (a risk some mechanics face pretty regularly) is not good for productivity.
It won’t stick to or get caught on any other surfaces, either, providing you with a safer and more convenient work environment for your electronics.
It won’t get stuck or be hard to remove from any metal, which eliminates the potential for damage to your projects and your tools.
6" x 12"
Prevents scratching of surface
Aids in tool accountability
High friction design grips surface
Keep tools secure
Reduces maintenance time
Anti-static rubberized material
-50°F to 250°F Tested
Resistant to Skydrol, MEK, JP8 and Hydraulic fluid