Advice and information about selecting and specifying an ESD floor, including common mistakes to avoid.
We wanted people to remember our facility. We feel the floor gives that first impression that this is a quality organization. We even installed ESD carpet in all the offices and conference room so the entire building can be an EPA (ESD Approved Protected Area). Everyone who visits notices the floor.
John Hare, EIT Electronic Instrumentation & Technology
Director of Facilities and Configuration Management
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Staticworx produces design-centric ESD flooring that prevents static discharge from harming sensitive electronic components.
Our Learning Center helps architects and specifiers choose the best static-control flooring for each application, helping meet the needs of end-users.
Our videos explain confusing technical terms, answer commonly asked questions, and tell you how to get rid of static in your workplace. We explain why floors need to be tested, show you how to perform industry-approved tests, and keep you informed on best practices and latest technologies for static control.
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Our Latest Static Talks Episode: Avoid the Pitfalls of ESD Flooring Selection (Part I)
Pairing the wrong ESD floor/application can lead to flooring failure. We explain factors to consider, why each is important, and how to avoid mistakes.
Why You Can’t Rely on Resistance Properties to Predict Charge Generation
Published in InCompliance Magazine and featured in their Annual Buyer’s Guide
Qualification is the first step in selecting an ESD floor. Learn how to perform resistance tests to be sure the floor meets electrical & safety standards.
5 Reasons to Put Vermont Slate on Your ESD Flooring Short List
Available in both warm and cool, light and dark greys, Vermont slate brings the natural world into any space.
"Great article [Qualifying ESD Flooring].
The effect of thin, insulative, charge generating top layers, humidity absorbing coatings / layers, footwear that is not full coverage conductive, and not performing charge generation testing at low humidity on all materials is a nice evolution of the subject.
Al Baker, Northeast Regional Sales, Nora by Interface