Antistatic Floors

Epoxy antistatic flooring

Epoxy antistatic flooring is a system of materials based on epoxy resins, used to create multilayer flooring without joints and cracks. It is intended for use in sites that meet the average transport requirements, where the collection of electrostatic charges is undesirable (e.g. computer rooms, hazardous areas). The most important quality of this flooring is the removal of electrostatic charges, as well as aesthetic appearance, sealing, prevention of dust, ease of maintenance of cleanliness and chemical resistance.

The epoxy antistatic system is laid on a pre-primed floor. Electrodes are collected on the hardened primer, collecting and taking the electric charges to grounding electrodes, for example self-adhesive copper strips, placed at a distance of not more than 3 m between them. The next layer is the conductive primer, whose role is to discharge electrostatic charges to the ground electrodes. The last layer of the system is a pouring epoxy flooring. It ensures the transfer of electrostatic charges from the surface to the layer, while creating a surface with sufficient mechanical and chemical resistance.

Industrial and commercial buildings usually have specific requirements for all coatings, due to the characteristics of the specialized equipment used in them. Such are the laboratories, the health establishments (in particular the operating rooms in them). In such spaces, antistatic coatings are really invaluable, and their use is mandatory.

Coating thickness 1.9 mm / 2 mm.