Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD


Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD

Electro Static Dissipative Epoxy Coating

Ultra High Solids Epoxy Coating


Description

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring is an ultra high solids bis-A epoxy floor coating designed to provide
electrostatic control properties to various surfaces including concrete or other nonconductive substrates. The use of a conductive primer will transmit conductive readings through
Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring if applied no thicker than 15 mils.

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring provides excellent bond to concrete as well as high impact and wear.

Advantage

  • Easy Application
  • Dissipates a 5000 volt Charge to Zero in less than 0.1 Seconds @72°F
    and 12%RH.
  • Available in Static Dissipative Range of 1,000,000 to 1,000,000,000 ohms
    per EOS/ESD Standards.
  • Consistent Electrical Resistance Ratings When Tested at 10-500 Volts.
  • High Gloss
  • Good Abrasion Resistance.
  • Easy to Clean..

Considerations

Composition

Ultra High Solids Bis-A Epoxy Resin and Conductive Fillers.


Epoxy.com Epoxy Color Chart Here

Color Selection

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring is available in Epoxy.com Colors listed to the right. Custom colors available as approved.

Application

Surface Preparation

Surface preparation is considered to be the most important step of any
resinous flooring application. Improper surface preparation could turn what
seems to be a simple process into a lengthy, difficult repair. See Epoxy.com
Surface Preparation Guide
for proper surface preparation
procedures.  When in doubt you should always contact Epoxy.com Technical
Support with your questions.

Installation

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Prime concrete surfaces with Epoxy.com Product #899 at
a rate of 250-300 SF per gallon and allow to dry to the touch.

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Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring is normally spread with a
trowel or squeegee and back-rolled with a 3/8� medium nap roller. Care should be taken to minimize the entrapment of air caused by
over rolling.

Clean Up

Clean skin with soap and water. Tools and equipment should be cleaned with xylene or lacquer thinner.

Coverage

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring will yield 12-15 mils
when spread at 100-130 sq ft/gal. 15 mils is considered the maximum thickness.

Maintenance

After completing the application of Epoxy.com Product 100MR Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat and the topcoats or floor covering system, the installer
should provide the owner with maintenance instructions relevant to the specific topcoats or floor covering. If floors become slippery due to
animal fats, oil, grease, or soap film, clean and rinse thoroughly.

Availability

Contact Epoxy.com Customer Service Department.

Physical Data

Flammability ASTM D-635 Self Extinguishing
Fungus & Bacteria Growth Mil-F 52505�4.4.2.11 Will not support growth of fungus or bacteria

when subjected to mildew

Hardness ASTM D-2240 70-80 Shore D
Bond Strength to Concrete ASTM D-4541 Greater than 300psi (100% concrete failure)
Water Absorption ASTM D-570 Nil
Thermal Shock Resistance ASTM C-884 Passes
Abrasion Resistance ASTM D-6040 75-100mgs
Impact Resistance ASTM D-2794 100 in-lbs direct

Technical Data

Pot Life 35-40 Min. (@73°F)
Foot Traffic 14-16 hours (@73°F )
Complete Cure 5 days (@73°F.)
VOC Content Less than 50gm/l
Weight per Gallon 10.5-11 lbs per gal.
Glass, 60° Greater than 80

Technical Service

Contact Epoxy.com Technical Support Department

For more information Contact:

Norm Lambert
President &
Director of Technical Support
Epoxy Systems, Inc
Available by Phone M-F 9AM-4PM Eastern Time (6 AM – 1 PM Pacific Time)
352-533-2167 (Voice)
352-465-3497 (fax)
norm@epoxy.com
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