Staticworx® Rubber Tile and Sheet Flooring Colors
Fault tolerant static control flooring. The first resilient flooring product that is both conductive and anti-static.
Whether you're complying with NFPA, EIA or ANSI standards, Staticworx® EC rubber safely meets all international standards for static control flooring applications. Staticworx® EC rubber grounds out static and also prevents static in the first place. Easy to maintain, never needs conductive wax. No plasticizers and halogen-free. Resistant to chemicals and hot solder. Slip resistance in compliance with ADA guidelines. Provides anti-static surface in any environment from banking data centers to NASA grade clean rooms.
Staticworx® EC Series ESD Rubber Flooring: Ideal for R & D labs, computer rooms, Hospitals, Data Centers, electronics manufacturing and testing-repair areas.
Roll Size available = 39.3 ft. x 4 ft.
4 colors to choose from:
Due to variations in printed materials and computer monitor displays, color shown may not be exact. For true accurate color, please to request an actual sample, or call (617) 923-2000.
*Non-stock colors require minimum orders. Contact a Staticworx® representative for details.
Staticworx® EC Series ESD Rubber Flooring
What is Staticworx® EC?
The first rubber ESD tile and sheet flooring material that meets all the electrical parameters of ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007 but can also be used in real world environments like data centers, computer rooms and other spaces where footwear can not be controlled.
Most people do not realize that static dissipative tile will not meet the recommended system resistance limits of ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007. Typical single layer rubber flooring usually provides an electrical resistance that is in the upper spectrum of the range commonly known as static dissipative. This creates a real dilemma for companies trying to stay current or ahead of increasingly demanding ESD standards. According to ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007, the recommended floor and footwear system resistance tested per ESD STM97.1 should measure less than 35 meg ohms (3.5X106). That isn't possible for single layer ESD rubber floors; single ply dissipative rubber lacks the inherent conductivity to meet this parameter. Staticworx® EC rubber is conductive and meets all current standards.
How do most ESD rubber suppliers meet ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007?
Single ply rubber floors meet only one portion of ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007 based upon low walking body voltage parameters. If a floor exhibits less than 100 volts of walking body voltage using controlled footwear that floor can theoretically claim compliance with ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007. However, meeting walking body voltage but not system resistance causes severe compliance issues for the quality department during routine certifications and plant audits. Walking body voltage is cumbersome and difficult to measure and monitor and require sophisticated expensive testing methods. It is much easier for owners to test and re-qualify their floors using resistance measuring equipment; Non-technical staff members can easily perform resistance tests and the equipment is portable and inexpensive. Walking body voltage is measured using charge plate monitors and should always be evaluated using statistical analysis since there are a number of intervening variables. The Staticworx® EC Series was developed to comply with all recommended electrical parameters of ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007 and not just meet the requirements through a loop-hole like walking body voltage. With Staticworx® EC there is no compromise. Staticworx® EC rubber is the only ESD flooring that can inhibit static generation on people who neglect to wear their special ESD footwear.
Will Staticworx® EC rubber reduce walking body voltage on people?
Staticworx® EC will keep walking body voltages below 10 volts when used in conjunction with controlled footwear. But, Staticworx® EC will also prevent significant accumulation of static even in situations where grounded footwear is forgotten or not used - like data centers and clean rooms. Staticworx® EC is not just a conductive floor for advanced electronics assembly. It is also the best fit for any environment where static could interfere with the performance of computers. Ask us for the independent test reports about and take the time to read the study that led to the development of the first fault tolerant ESD flooring material.
Two layer vulcanized construction combines the advantages of a truly anti-static surface that can be used in any application regardless of footwear or relative humidity.
- Designed for class Zero ESD flooring applications.
- Low electrical resistance.
- Walking body voltage is less than 10 volts at extremely low relative humidity.
- Available in tiles or sheet goods.
- Prevents accumulation of charges on people wearing regular footwear.
- Lifetime static control warranty
- Manufactured with Stainblock process for easy maintenance.
Please to contact an ESD Rubber flooring representative for an actual sample.