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ESD Rubber Sheet and Tile Flooring

ESD Rubber Sheet and Tile Flooring

Eclipse Rubber Flooring

Staticworx® Eclipse EC Rubber Flooring

Meets IBM Recommended Electrical Properties for Data Centers

  • ANSI/ESD S20.20-2014 Electronics Manufacturing
  • DOD 4145.26-M Explosives Handling
  • NASA Clean Room Standards

Suitable for all static control applications with permanent static dissipative properties that never lose effectiveness.

Resistance to ground exceeds IBM standard 150 Kilohms: Read IBM 2011 Data Center Anti Static flooring Recommendations

Available with a conductive, interlocking base.
Lifetime static control performance, available in rolls or tiles.

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Staticworx® Eclipse GF Rubber Flooring

Introducing Eclipse Glue-Free (GF).
The next generation of EclipseRubber Flooring cuts installation time in half.

The only ESD flooring that inhibits static electricity on ordinary footwear

  • Reduces installation time
  • Provides significant material and labor cost savings
  • No moisture or pH limits and no testing required
  • Eliminates the complexity of multiple-component suppliers
  • No need to spread adhesives or replace worn trowels
  • No adhesive open time, allowing for immediate flooring installation
  • No topical mitigation system required
  • Seamless
  • Zero PVC
  • No halogens

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Eclipse ESD Rubber Mats & Runners for Electronics Manufacturing and Explosives Handling

The ideal solution for strategic grounding of aisleways, corridors, and work areas.

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Which rubber ESD Flooring tile is better: static dissipative or conductive?

The short answer is neither. Calling a floor conductive or static dissipative isn't sufficient. You need to provide quantitative details and you need to match the electrical properties of the floor with the electrical code and recognized standards.

Watch this video to learn about static dissipative versus conductive rubber ESD flooring.

How is static control rubber flooring made?

There are two methods of producing static control rubber flooring:

  • Chemical Additives: One method requires changing the chemistry of the rubber compound through the use of chemical additives.
  • Carbon Chip Technology: The second method requires mixing carbon chips into the rubber with other colored chips. Carbon has permanent electrical properties. The carbon chips form an electrical matrix allowing static electricity to flow through the rubber to ground.
image how does conductive rubber flooring work

Eclipse Rubber is produced by mixing carbon chips into the rubber with other colored chips. Carbon is an inherently conductive or dissipative element. Randomly placed carbon chips enable static electricity to flow through the rubber to ground.

The black, carbon chips in static control rubber attract and route static electric charges. These pathways drain the charge through the tile, into conductive adhesive, and on into copper stripping where the charge dissipates to ground. (See image above)

  1. The static control properties are permanent. They will not change or diminish over time. The floor will always meet the original specifications and suit the original purpose.
  2. The static control properties of Eclipse rubber are warranted for life because carbon technology provides fail-safe static control. The electrical properties of carbon are unaffected by aging, traffic or humidity.
  3. Eclipse EC and SD rubber flooring meet all performance parameters of every static control requirement and static control standard including:
    • ANSI/ESD S20.20
    • ANSI/ESD S97.1
    • ANSI/ESD S97.2
    • Class 0
    • NFPA 99
    • ANSI/ESD S7.1,
    • DOD 4145.26-M
    • Mil STD 1686,
    • IBM Data Center Recomendations

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