Electronics / ESD Conductive Resin Flooring
In most settings electrostatic discharge is harmless and results in a mild shock. But when you work with sensitive equipment, flammable or combustible materials, preventative measures are necessary to avoid costly damage and serious injury.
Fortunately, there are resinous flooring systems that help to improve safety and offer high performance, durability, visual appeal, and easy cleaning – making them perfect for cleanroom applications.
Learn more about ESD flooring and best practices to prevent damage from electrostatic discharge.
Surface Technology is the Electronics Flooring Expert
Surface Technology’s nonporous, anti-static, custom flooring products for electronic’s applications can help:
- Dissipate damaging static charges
- Resist chemicals and abrasions
- Control dust
- Reduce solvent fumes
- Increase light reflectivity up to 300%
ESD flooring and conductive flooring is an important safety measure for many industries and applications, including:
- Computer and circuit board manufacturing
- Global electronic component production
- Industrial instruments and controls assembly
- Semiconductor device fabrication
- Telecommunications, photography, and lighting services
- Engineering, biomedical and laser processing
- Medical facilities
- Data centers
- Clean rooms
- Plastics manufacturing
- Explosives facilities
- Combustible powder facilities
Why Work with Us?
Anti-static and conductive flooring must be properly installed to work correctly. The Surface Technology team is fully trained and experienced in the best, modern installation techniques. We bring over 35 years of innovation and problem solving into finding a solution for your electronics resin flooring needs. Learn more about the STI difference.
Surface Technology’s electrostatic dissipative (ESD) and conductive floors are part of a larger system that control and channel static charges to reduce the risks to personnel, equipment, materials, and manufactured goods. All of our ESD flooring products meet or exceed the ANSI/ESD S20.20 standard.
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