Glossary: Static-control Floor Material
A static control floor material is a permanently installed floor material—such as ESD carpet, vinyl or rubber tiles or sheet flooring or epoxy coatings—that dissipates static charges by grounding personnel, equipment, or other objects contacting the floor.
Some static-control floor materials also control the generation and accumulation of static charges.
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