Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl is an affordable, antistatic tile or sheet installed as a permanent ESD floor. Vinyl lasts long (10 years+) and there’s no need for regular maintenance. It comes in a variety of decorative styles. Vinyl is pliable and very popular in medical facilities for hygiene. It is not chemical-resistant and therefore not recommended for acidic environments. Vinyl needs to be earthed by laying a conductive carbon or copper-based adhesive to glue down the sheeting.

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Types of ESD flooring:

Static Dissipative (SD):  is a hard-wearing homogenous contact sheet or tile floor covering engineered for ESD protection. Its typically used for computer operator installations, hospital theatre / CAT scan equipment and MRI units. Resistance to Earth of 1 x 106 Ω – 1 x 109 Ω range.

Electrostatic Conductive (EC): is a hard-wearing homogenous commercial flooring product that is designed for areas which require static dissipative qualities. It is typically used for electronic assembly / repair areas, high level sensitivity medical equipment, high level sensitivity computer equipment, electronics etc. Resistance to Earth of 5 x 104 Ω– 1 x 106 Ω range.

Conductive (RoF): Conductive flooring is generally used in explosive areas or manufacture of any explosive material, ammunition or highly sensitive chemicals, etc. Resistance to Earth of <5 x 104 Ω range i.e. fully conductive.

Our flooring products are ISO 140001 and ISO 9001:2000 certified. All flooring products comply with various IEC regulations.