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High performance conductive epoxy self-leveling. Surface Resistance with in 1x104 ~ 1x106 ohms.
ESD-floor SLEC is a resin based antistatic floor system comprising of a conductive undercoat topped with a 1 or 2 mm smooth finish epoxy floor surface with controlled electrical properties. The topcoat is vailable in a wide range of standard colors as shown in the MFRP Engineering color selection guide. It meets the requirements of the following international standards.
U.K. BS 2050.
GERMANY DIN 51953.
FRANCE PTT/TR 02-08.
U.S.A. ASTM F-150, Fed. sped 101C method 4046.
ESD-floor SLEC is suitable for use in areas where a durable, cleanable, chemically resistant floor surface is required without the attendant risks of static build-up. Typical areas of use are electronic and harmaceutical clean room environments, flammable solvent handling areas, powder explosion risk areas and electronic “device” handling areas.
1. Eliminates static discharge from personnel and vehicles.
2. Provides protection against both chemical andmechanical attack.
3. Enhances working environment.
4. Provides seamless, easily cleaned surface.
Floor areas designated for Anti-Static should be covered with an epoxy based 1 or 2mm thick Anti-Static floor topping consisting of a primer coat, thin conductive undercoat and topcoat and should be applied as per manufacturers guidelines and the product should have been independently assessed to the following performance criteria.
Surface resistance to BS 2050 1x104 to 106 ohms.
Volume resistance to DIN 51953 1x104 to 106 ohms.
Charge dissipation 5000 V to zero in less than 0.01 second.
Thickness 1-2 mm.
Compressive strength 60 N/mm2.
Flexural strength 34 N/mm2.
Slip resistance 0.65.
Surface Resistance 1x104 to 106 ohms.
Static Charge Decay Dissipates 5000 V (US Fed. Spec 101C) charge to zero in lessthan 0.01 second.
ESD-floor SLEC shows excellent resistance to a wide range of industrial chemicals such as.
Citric acid 10 percentage.
Sodium Hydroxide 50percentage.
Consult ESDs team when considering use in explosive shandling areas. If the substrate to which ESD-floor SLEC is applied cracks or moves after application, reflective cracking of the topping may occur. All floors to receive a ESD-floor SLEC topping should be protected by means of a damp-proof membrane and not suffer dampness from leaking drains or services. ESD-floor SLEC alone is not suitable for use on rough floors where the mean surface amplitude exceeds 3 mm. Consult ESDs team on techniques for levelling the floor surface prior to installation.
The coverage @ 2mm thick is approximately 8.3 m2-25kg set. The figures below are based on coverage rates on a smooth surface. A nominal additional 10% should be allowed for surface irregularities and wastage but this will depend greatly on site conditions.
The installation of ESD-floor SLEC is a specialised activity. ESD Technology Co.,Ltd. always recommends the use of skilled contractors fully conversant with the product properties. ESD Technology Co.,Ltd. can advise on these if needed. The following steps are involved over a normal three-day period.
Thoroughly prepare the floor surface.
Laying of copper strip for earthing.
Apply ESD-primer EC primer undercoat by roller to seal the surface.
Apply ESD-floor SLEC topcoat and allow to cure completely.
Clean the floor surface prior to putting into service.
ESD-floor SLEC can be cleaned using a rotary scrubbing machine and water miscible cleaning agents. Some of these agents may leave a non-conductive film on the surface of the floor when dry and it is recommended that trials be carried out on alternative cleaners. If surface polishing is considered necessary, note that conventional metallic based acrylic polishes are not suitable for use with ESD-floor SLEC as they will interfere with the product’s conductive properties. Certain “topical antistats” may be suitable but these must be tried before regular use.
Health and Safety.
Some of the components of the ESD-floor SLEC system are classified as irritants or flammable during the installation phase. Information on the precautions to be taken during the installation phase are ontained in theproduct’s Material Safety Data Sheet.