What Is Conductive Flooring? How Is It Different from Anti-Static and Non-Conductive Flooring?

What is Conductive Flooring? For the full guide to ANSI/ESD S20.20 flooring specifications, see here. Electrically conductive flooring is sometimes (semi-accurately) referred to as anti-static conductive flooring, which is defined by having an electric resistance of between 104 and 1015 Ohms. Conductive materials have low electrical resistance, and thus allow static charges to flow easily across its … Read moreWhat Is Conductive Flooring? How Is It Different from Anti-Static and Non-Conductive Flooring?

Do You Need an ESD Worksurface Mat if Your Workstation Has ESD Laminate?

Answers to Common ESD Questions Such As When Do You Need an ESD Wrist Strap?

Static Control Flooring, ESD Epoxy, and Anti Static Primer. How It’s Used and Where to Buy It

Static Free Flooring, ESD Tile, and and ESD Coatings Updated 9/27/17 As static sensitive electronic components grow more sophisticated, so do consumers of static-control flooring. Here are some key points to consider when helping your customers to choose such flooring for their home offices and small businesses. As electronic components become faster and faster and … Read moreStatic Control Flooring, ESD Epoxy, and Anti Static Primer. How It’s Used and Where to Buy It