Category: ESD Conductive

Factors to Consider When Selecting Static Control Flooring: Dissipative, Conductive, or ESD Flooring

Weighing different options for your building’s flooring that can properly resist or direct electrostatic discharge? Here are some factors to consider. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) flooring — also known as static dissipative floors or conductive floors, depending on the speed the charge is dissipated — is an important part of static control in many industries, not…

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Video of ESD Conductive Flooring Installation

In most settings electrostatic discharge is harmless and results in a mild shock. But when you work with sensitive equipment, flammable or combustible materials, electrostatic discharge costs your facility money, and even carries the risk of potential loss of life. The ESD Association estimates that electrostatic discharge costs the electronic’s industry an estimated $5 billion…

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