Resinous (Epoxy) FlooringSeamless:
- Both conductive and dissipative range
- Variable thickness for traffic condition
- Chemically resistant
- Durable, long lasting
- Easily cleaned
- Can withstand wet procedures
Resinous static-control flooring systems are becoming more applicable in industries where electrostatic discharge is a critical concern. These flooring systems consist of liquid resin (used as a binder), conductive additives and other fillers or aggregates. Polymer scientists have found that several kinds of polymers, with a pi-conjugated structure on the polymer backbone, conduct electricity when treated with charge-transfer agents. There are no inherently conductive resins; foreign conductive materials must be added. Therefore, inserting conductive additives into a resin base is still the only way to formulate static-control resinous flooring.