Dissipative Dual Layer Rubber Material
Provides a worksurface that does not generate a static charge and will control the discharge rate from all conductors (including ESD susceptible items) that are placed on the surface.
Dissipative (10E6 - 10E8 ohms Rtt) Top Layer - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Meets ANSI/ESD S20.20 worksurface required limit and recommendation of ANSI/ESD S4.1 for contact with ESD susceptible items. Electricals will not drift for the life of the mat.
Conductive (<10^4 Rtt) Bottom Layer - Limited Lifetime Warranty
The dedicated conductive layer reduces the resistance to ground (Rtg) from the top of the surface to the groundable point ground and allows the mats to be used with ESD workstation monitors. Electricals will not drift for the life of the mat.
High Strength Nitrile Rubber Compound
Designed to withstand abrasion, stretching, and tearing and may be used in soldering applications with flux and other chemicals.
Ultra-Violent (UV) Stabilizer Additives
Stabilizes color retention, insures ESD performance over time and eliminates surface layer deterioration resulting in cracking when the product is flexed.
Provides consistent electrical performance regardless of ambient humidity
Lot Traceability Information
Provides tracking information for lifespan of the product and to ensure quality control.
Lead-free RoHS compliant
Made in the United States of America
"The most important functional consideration for worksurfaces is the RTG resistance from the top of the surface to the groundable point." ANSI/ESD S20.20 Table 1 recommends a requirement of less than 1 x 10E9 ohms. "If Charged Device Model damage is a concern then setting a lower resistance limit should be considered. Typically, 1 x 10E6 ohms." "Durability factors that should be considered are hardness, abrasion resistance, tear resistance, etc. Worksurfaces may require special heat resistant materials. Light reflection may be an important ergonomic consideration." (Ref: TR 20.20 section 5.3.1).
Due to variations in computer monitor displays, color shown may not be exact. For true accurate color, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an actual sample.
Sanitizing Statfree® Rubber ESD Matting
Statfree® Rubber ESD Mats can be periodically sanitized using products such as Purell Hand Sanitizers. The Center of Disease Control is recommending products with greater than 60% Ethyl Alcohol for sanitizing. Common sanitizing products like Purell are 62% Ethyl Alcohol.
These products should not affect the electrical properties of our Statfree® rubber matting products so long as there is not prolonged exposure, meaning saturating or leaving liquid on the surface for a period of greater than 1 hour. Sanitizing can be achieved by periodically wiping the mat with the sanitizing product, however, there may be some discoloration or staining.
Sanitizing is NOT a replacement for regular mat cleaning. Reztore Antistatic Surface and Mat Cleaner should continue to be used as part of a regular maintenance program to maintain proper electrical function of Statfree® worksurfaces.