Staticworx vs. Armstrong™: A Simple Scorecard
While Armstrong has invested a great deal to brand its vinyl tile, Staticworx doesn't have the advanatage of a big advertising budget. What we do have is a product that independent testing has determined to be the best static flooring solution on the market. Compare the differences between Staticworx Solid Vinyl Tile (SVT) and Armstrong Static Dissipative Tile (SDT). Which floor would you trust for installation in your critical environment? We invite you to judge for yourself by keeping score:
Lifetime Static Protection
Staticworx solid vinyl tile flooring comes with built-in static controls
that last forever. No waxes and additives are ever needed.
Armstrong's static dissipative tile requires three coats of polish. Why is that a problem? The polish provides very short-term control—and who will monitor the static properties after the floor is installed?
Staticworx guarantees static protection for as long as you have your floor.
Armstrong has a limited five-year warranty that doesn't work after the polish wears off.
Performance Standards and Versatility
Staticworx meets all the requirements of ANSI/ESD S 20.20. Our SVT meets Class
Zero specs and is ideal for mission-critical environments.
Armstrong does not meet critical static-control industry standards.
Durability and Flexibility
Staticworx tiles are tough but flexible; they won't crack and will withstand
Armstrong's tiles are brittle and crack easily. They can't be used under machinery.
Staticworx's tile costs under $3.25 / sq. ft. and gives you peace of
Armstrong's tile sells for over $3.75/ sq. ft., plus the cost of applying and testing the polish.
Staticworx's solid vinyl tile can be dry buffed to a super high shine.
Armstrong's vinly composition tile cannot be dry buffed.
Final Score: It's a Shut-Out!
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