Creating an ESD Floor is as easy as 1, 2, 3
In previous posts we covered how to ensure your ESD Flooring is working and what the difference is between conductive and dissipative floors. So the obvious question now is: how do I actually create an ESD floor??? Well, no panic – we can help! Vermason has a number of items in the offering that will help you achieve just that: create an ESD floor. And not just that – it’s also incredibly easy!
Unlocks our ESD polymers with the least amount of labour while minimising the pH level needed to rinse and neutralise. The Statguard® Stripper can save one or two labour rinse steps which cuts down labour time and can save you money. Typically 80% of the cost of maintaining a tile floor is labour. Cutting down the labour time is a savings to both the Building Service Contractor and the Customer.
Statguard® Dissipative Floor Finish
Exceeds the required limits of EN 61340-5-1 for Resistance (operator grounding) of < 1.0 x 109 ohms when tested per IEC 61340-4-1 and Operator Charge Generation of < 100 volts when tested per IEC 61340-4-1 when proper ESD footwear is used.
Statguard® Floor Cleaner
Statguard® Dissipative Neutral Floor Cleaner is formulated to clean floors treated with Statguard® Dissipative Floor Finish, as well as other dissipative or conductive floor tiles and polymer type floor finishes. It is formulated with dissipative agents that will rejuvenate and improve the static dissipative properties of the flooring surface that it is used with without leaving behind residue that can impede dissipation or conductive properties of the flooring material or finish.