Statguard® Conductive Epoxy Coating

$1,979.28

Available on backorder, Ships 5-10 days

• Conductive: Resistance Top-to-Top (RTT) and Resistance-to-Ground (RTG) measures 1 x 104 to < 1 x 107 ohms square per ANSI/ESD STM7.1 and IEC 61340-4-1

• 2 Part (labeled A (1 gallon) and B (3 gallons)) mix floor coating provides a conductive path to ground static electricity on floors.

• Light Gray: Pantone Color 5517C / RAL Color 703

Prices

SizeWeightQty 1-9Qty 10+
4 Gallons50 lbs$1979.28$1837.90

 

Specs

► Conductive: Resistance Top-to-Top (RTT) and Resistance-to-Ground (RTG) measures 1 x 104 to < 1 x 107 ohms square per ANSI/ESD STM7.1 and IEC 61340-4-1

DimensionMeasurement
EnvironmentFor interior use only
ColorPantone 5517C / RAL 7038
Recommended PrimersEpoxy primer is recommended (Baril High Build 1110 or WBE500 Series Epoxy Primer)
Mixing Part A and Part BMixed Material is usable for 30 minutes after mixing. If it thickens, do not add thinner, but discard and mix fresh material.
ThinningNot recommended: adding water will reduce conductivity of coating
Spread Rate200 square feet per gallon @ 8 mil wet application dries to a 4 mil coating
Clean UpClean using water. Do not use any wet maintenance until 7 days after installation.
DryingAllow to dry for 12-24 hours at a temperature in excess of 55F (13C) and under 90F (32C) with 50% RH (relative humidity).

Grounding

Conventional grounding practices like connecting coated surfaces to equipment or earth ground is recommended for meeting ANSI/ESD S20.20, EN 61340-5-1, and ISO 9000 recommendations for verifying grounds. However the following is also true of conductive epoxy flooring: “Floor finishes … function by two separate mechanisms. First, they reduce the surface’s tendency to generate a static charge. Second, they provide a path for the dissipation of charge. The charge may dissipate over the surface of the finish or it may dissipate to ground if the floor finish is grounded.” [Per ESD Handbook ESD TR20.20 section 5.3.4.2]

Three examples of how to achieve a ground connection to the epoxy coated surface are:

(1) Bring epoxy coating in contact with a building ground rod.

(2) Install a grounded lag bolt to the floor so the bolt comes in contact with the epoxy when screwed into place.

(3) Bolt a grounded metal plate to the epoxy surface.

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