Glossary: Electrical Resistance
Electrical resistance describes the capacity of a material to stop, or resist, the flow of electricity. We use resistance tests, measured in ohms (Ω), to predict how quickly or slowly an ESD flooring material will transport static charges to ground.
For safety and optimal performance, StaticWorx recommends flooring materials that measure in the electrical resistance range we call the “Sweet Spot.”
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