Many industries require conductive flooring for their production and storage areas. These systems are often required for the electronics industry, as well as munitions, explosives areas, hazardous storage areas, and AGV areas. Industrial flooring, specifically seamless epoxy and urethane, can be the right solution for many of these projects. EPF provides a turn key, single source solution for your conductive floor needs. Since we are are vertically integrated, we are able to control all aspects of your project. We provide expert consulting on your anti static flooring needs. We also provide the materials, installation with our own company crews, and a solid warranty. No distributors, no middle men. Since we handle everything from design concept to completion, we can tightly control the quality along every step of the way. For over 30 years, EPF has served the industrial flooring market, with cost effective turn key solutions.
Conductive Flooring for Hazardous Areas
The term conductive flooring, also known as static conductive flooring, is often confused with static dissipative. Some industrial application includes flammable storage areas, explosives storage, munitions, propellants, etc. In general, conductive flooring should not be considered as a superior resistance range versus static dissipative range, unless you are using it for these specific applications, or you need to meet one of the following specifications;
NFPA-99 DOD 4145.26-M The electrical range for conductive flooring is generally considered to be 25,000 ohms to 1 million ohms
Conductive Flooring Installation
EPF has installed millions of square feet of epoxy & urethane flooring systems, throughout the United States. We have a diverse customer base; from Fortune 500 companies to Department of Defense, and high tech manufacturing firms.
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Conductive Flooring Electrical Resistance
Resistance to ground of a conductive floor is defined as < 1.0 x 106 (1 million) ohms measured per ANSI/ESD 7.1
The flooring must also meet all three recommended electrical parameters of ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007. note: Static conductive flooring is highly conductive, therefore, for safety concerns, should never be used near /under high voltage, energized equipment.