The electronic information industry needs an infrastructure that can operate with confidence 24/7, including durable, low maintenance flooring and maximum protection for sensitive electronic equipment. Kunhong offers seamless, waterproof, dustproof, electrostatic dissipative (ESD), UV stabilized and chemical resistant data center flooring and server room flooring to meet all your computer equipment room, electrical room and server room flooring needs.
Choosing the right Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) industrial floor requires considering various factors, such as electrical code compliance, industry standards, specific application requirements, environmental constraints, and the facility's goals. Different applications may necessitate different flooring materials, and a single facility might benefit from using multiple types of ESD flooring based on the area's needs.
Different applications within the Electronic Information Industry may require distinct flooring materials. For instance, an electronics manufacturing facility, where special ESD footwear is mandated, would have different requirements than a mission-critical space where people wear regular street shoes.
It is not uncommon for a single facility to benefit from using more than one type of flooring material. Areas involving material handling may prioritize ergonomics, while warehouses, with their need to handle heavy loads, might opt for hard-surface ESD epoxy flooring.
ESD industrial flooring has low electrical resistance properties that safely direct any static charge to the ground, preventing static buildup and causing damage.
ESD industrial flooring provides a safe working environment for operators and effectively reduces the potential danger of electrostatic discharge to operators.
For cleanrooms and areas with strict cleanliness requirements, smooth and non-porous flooring materials like ESD industrial flooring are favored as they are easier to clean and maintain.
ESD industrial flooring is an important element to comply with relevant regulatory requirements.
Industrial floors should be tested with an ohm meter to determine their electrical resistance. If the material tests above 1 x 10E9, it cannot be grounded.
The floor must pass the Walking Body Voltage test, showing that it will prevent static buildup in real-world conditions, with every type of footwear to be worn in the environment.
Floors should never require any antistatic sprays or waxes to enhance or maintain static-control performance.
The floor should reduce static electricity regardless of relative humidity.