State of the art interlocking rig mat system

Preferred for their light-weight strength and portability, our interlocking rig mats are used extensively in the Alaskan Prudhoe Bay oilfields for transporting the mega million pound drilling modules from pad to pad, where the toughest of rig mats are the only survivors in this harsh environment of soft summer roads. US Mat Systems interlocking rig mats were there when the Great Bear discovery well was completed on a drill site set up on the bare summer tundra. US Mat Systems interlocking rig mats were the platform of choice to construct the long awaited CD-5 Bridge across the Colville River, linking the Prudhoe Bay Oilfields to the National Petroleum Reserve. US Mat Systems rig mats were there for the staging area at Exxon’s Pt. Thompson project for offloading the sealift barges.


Built from the best materials and engineered to take on anything, our mats will get the job done.

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Quickly link multiple mats together using our patented linking system. This allows you to create large, stable platforms for any task.

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Rounded edges make our mats easy to handle with forklifts without the need for fork tine risers that can create tripping hazards in the work surfaces.

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Get your mats shipped to you quicker and cheaper from our large reload rail facility here at US Mat Systems.

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US Mat Systems has taken the traditional rig mat and brought it into the 21st century.

Rig mat design has changed very little in the last 40 years and we have seen an industry need to develop a stronger and more efficient rig mat. US Mat Systems has now introduced two new rig mat designs and an innovative linking system that can be employed to connect the mats into a 3-dimensional matrix:

A stronger, more durable, and longer lasting 6 inch rig mat to handle the new generation of ultra-heavy modules.

A light-weight yet strong and durable 4 1/2 inch rig mat option that is as strong or stronger than the traditional 6 inch mat. This option is more economical to build and logistically at least 30% more efficient to employ in the field.

  • Easy to handle with forklifts
  • Easy to handle with cranes
  • Optional linking system to lock the mats into a 3-dimensional matrix
  • Smooth, flush decks with fork protection on both sides
  • Smooth, rounded edges all around so as to not puncture environmental, protective membranes while being set in place.
  • Must do away with the sharp edges and fork risers, which are potentially sharp-edged and tripping, safety hazards.
  • Stronger in all respects than traditional rig mats
  • Must use adhesives that are fully, environmentally responsible with no added formaldehydes or VOC’s.
  • Be competitively priced