Desco 15000 Statfree CV Conductive Vinyl, 48
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- Guaranteed to lay flat
Excellent floor mat for hard surface and carpeted areas using rolling chairs and carts. Provides safe floor allowing personnel, chairs, and carts to pass freely, increasing worker safety.
- RTT 10E3 - 10E5 ohms per ANSI/ESD S4.1
Meets ANSI/ESD S20.20 required limit of < 1 x 10E9 ohms for ESD flooring & shelving; suitable as floor in ANSI/ESD STM 97.1 floor-footwear system < 3.5 x 10E7 ohms
- Durable and long lasting; Reversible
Excellent value providing long-life; ideal for higher traffic areas.
- Chemical resistant
Stands up well to most factory chemicals such as acids and alkali solutions
- Non-humidity dependence
Provides consistent electrical performance regardless of ambient humidity
- Dimensionally stable
Minimal shrinkage and curling
- Lead-free RoHS compliant
- Grounding Hardware Not Included
- Made in America
RTT 10E3 - 10E5 ohms “Conductive Flooring Material: A floor material that has a resistance to ground of less then 1.0 x 10E6 ohms.” (ESD STM7.1-2005 Definitions)
Meets ANSI/ESD S20.20 Table 1 technical requirements recommendations and is suitable for ESD floor component in Flooring - Footwear System as primary grounding method <3.5 x 10E7ohms per ESD STM 97.1 Floor Materials and Footwear-Resistance in Combination with a Person.
“ESD protective flooring, used with approved footwear, may be used as an alternative to the wrist strap system for standing operations.” (ANSI/ESD S20.20 section 18.104.22.168 Personnel Grounding Guidance)
“The use of floor materials to control personnel or equipment generated static has a number of benefits. Floor materials tend to be passive. Employees who work in areas protected with floor materials simply need to wear and test the appropriate footwear. They do not need to implement any additional actions themselves to assure that the floor material is functioning properly.” (ESD Handbook TR20.20 section 22.214.171.124)