Epoxyden floor antistatic
electric conductive floor coating
Two component epoxy, with electrical conductivity, to form a smooth self-leveling (without stitches) antistatic floor coating of 1-3 mm. thickness by pouring and spreading the product on the floor. The coating has excellent chemical and corrosion resistance as well as against scratches. The product is durable in harsh and extreme conditions including heavy load traffic on the surface.
- To ground all the electrical currents of the static electricity along the coat and through the copper stripes that is under the coating to the ground point.
- Heavy duty-thick
- Easy pouring-self
- 100% solids – no solvent
- Has alkali and acid durability according to the table
- Durable against industrial polluted water for long periods of
- Durable against fuels and
- Durable against cleansing and other pungent
- Durable against scratches, hits and heavy
- At a thickness of 3mm the coating is suitable for floors that endure heavy logistical equipment, and at a thickness of 1 mm the coating is suitable for medium loads and for
- Covers the floor with an even and smooth coat that has no
- Easy to clean and leaves a clean floor after an ordinary
- Excellent adhering ability to Epoxyden floor antistatic primer layer.
- High mechanical strength and excellent erosion
- Durable in dry heat of up to 200°C on short periods of time and up to 100°C for long periods of time.
- Easily repairable at very low
- Doesn’t contain any thinners enabling application at minimal
- For coating floors in electronic industries that static electricity affects the equipment
- For industries that cannot tolerate a single spark that could cause
- For a smooth coating for hi-tech industries that require high cleanliness
- For static electricity control in the production
- Amount needed per sqm: For a thickness of 1 mm -1 liter per
- For a thickness of 3 mm – 3 liters per
- Density: 3-1.7 gm/cm3 (DIN 51575)
- Solids % – 100%
- Mixing ratio: 5:1
- Flash point: Base 255°C, hardener at 166°C (isn’t flammable , doesn’t contain solvents) (DIN ,53213 53213 )
- Hardness: > 10 Dg (ERICSON) (over 60 DIN 53153)
- Flexibility: film 120 microns – 4mm (SHEEN).
- Flex-resistance: 8 N/mm2(DIN 53452)
- Flex potency: 30 N/mm2
- Viscosity: 12,000-15,000 CPS (BROOKFIELD)
- Stretch resistance: 600kg per cm2.
- Pressure resistance: per cm2.
- Erosion endurance: 4500 cycle (Gardener) ATSM, roll CS,-17 l kg load, 1000 cycles, loss of 40 milligrams, according to ASTM 4060
- Impact resistance: 2.0 Dg/mm2
- Adhesion to concrete: stronger than the
- Adhesion to Epoxyden floor primer: 245kg per
- Flexibility in drag: 10% N/mm2 (DIN 53457)
- Drag resistance: 8 N/mm2(DIN 53455).
- Surface resistance: 25-1.0 Mega ohm (ASTM F 150-89)
- Resistance to the ground without copper stripes: same as
- Resistance to the ground at a thickness of l mm: 60-425 ohm,
- Resistance to the ground at a thickness of 3mm: 180-1500 ohm
- Special Epoxy resin
- Black, grey light and dark, blue-grey, green-grey, yellow-grey.
- To order other colors requires another part of the product that contains special filler (part C). This part is added to the A and B mixture and immediately colors it, using this method you can (though not recommended) get any color wanted and not add the copper
- Emphasizing the fact that the copper stripe method proved itself throughout the years as reliable, therefore the required conductance at any point on the surface has the same conduction from that point to the copper stripe l -3mm under the inspection point or max. 50 cm. from the inspection
- Though without the copper stripes conduction is required throughout all the surface until reaching the ground point that could be a great distance especially in large halls that could reach tens to hundreds of
- If static stability control is required, the copper stripes must be
- Silk, gloss
- 4-8 hours at 25°C for a 1 micron
Wait time period between layer applications:
- 12-16 Final 16-24 hours. Finish: 3-7 days (figures change according to the temperature).
- Does not contain any solvents so that a medium amount of air is
Application timing of 500 micron layering:
|Temperature||First appliance||Final appliance|
|7°C||96 hours||15 days|
|10°c||48 hours||10 days|
|15°C||30 hours||7 days daysdays|
|20°c||24 hours||3 days|
|30°C||18 hours||2 days|
|40°C||12 hours||1 day|
- Pour and spread with hard wiper and it will self-level.
- No thinning
- Add a small amount in order to chill the mixture if a heat reaction has accord preventing it from drying quickly and increasing its pot
- It is required to apply on the Epoxyden floor primer surface only if it is completely clean and
- It is possible to repair small and large surfaces with grout epoxy before applying epoxyden floor
- Spread a thin layer Epoxyden floor primer (antistatic black) over the entire surface according to the instructions manual for the product, wait 24 hours till it The mixture ratio of the primer is 2.5:1 or 1:1 and reacts exactly like paint, easy to apply and is suitable for applying the copper stripes on.
- Apply/glue the copper stripes all over the primer surface in 1 meter distance between the lines. Glue them horizontally and vertically.
- With a brush using the Epoxyden floor primer as glue cover totally all the copper strips.
- At the edges of the surface weld those connecting copper wires to the It is recommended to have four different connects to the ground.
- Make sure that the primer layer is completely dry and clean from dust, dirt and grease free. Check if the copper stripes stuck well to the primer and the welding is The welding stains should be removed carefully with degerizer M without damaging the primer layer. Any damage must be repaired. Therefore waiting needed until it completely dries.
- Open carefully sections A and B of the Epoxyden floor antistatic and pour the required amount according to the ratio of 5:1 (for example for a thickness of l mm it is required to prepare 1 liter mixture per 1 sqm. surface. Therefore to cover a 10 sqm. surface requires 10 liters of mixture)
- Stir the mixture well then immediately pour the mixture on the edge of the surface
- With a large rubber wiper spread the mixture evenly coating the floor according to the calculation in the required thickness.
- It is recommended not to move any heavy equipment such as forklifts or trucks on the floor before at least a week has passed after the
Static electricity created by walking on the floor (average figures):
- Isolated shoes: 60-150
- Leather shoes: 12-50 volts
- Special plastic antistatic shoes: 10-30
Uploading time period (of 500 volts) of static electricity that form while walking with these shoes:
- Isolated shoes: 3-8
- Leather shoes: 25-2.5 seconds
- Special plastic antistatic shoes: 05-1 seconds.
Life span after mixture (POT LIFE) according to the temperature:
|5 liters of A +B mixture|
|35°C||15 min. minutes|
- 4+1.6=5 liters, 5+13= 18 liters
- Store in a shaded place, at a temperature of between 15°C-32°C with proper ventilation.
- Keep lids tightly closed.
Shelf life span:
- 24 months in its original
- Use D-4100 thinner immediately after
- In factory laboratories according to specifications.
- COA and COC certificate.
- ISO 9001-2008
- Inedible, keep away from the reach of children.
- Flammable – keep distant from heated areas, fires, flames, and sparks, Prohibit smoking in working area.
- While applying, good air ventilation is important. In case there is not enough air, use ventilation according to the ventilation table.
- Wear protective glasses, gloves and suits.
- Avoid direct contact of the paint and/or thinner with the eyes and skin. In case of contact, immediately wash thoroughly with water.
- In case of an injury immediately get doctors assistance.
- Read the safety instructions on the labels.
- See M.S.D.S
- Don’t mix the product with materials which were not recommended by us.
- Don’t apply if the temperature is under +7°C.
- Don’t apply if humidity is over 80%
- When applying with Airless, do not aim it at anybody a direct hit could be fatal at pressures over 150 atm.
- Read thoroughly the technical data of the product listed in this section; confirm that everything is understood completely, for clarification contacts our tech. department.
- All information that is listed in this content is a recommendation merely and cannot be applied in the court of law.
- The costumer must test & check that this product is compatible with his equipment and needs.
- The information listed in this section is according to the laboratory conditions (temperature, humidity etc.) which the products were tested.
- The recommendations listed do not hold any responsibility for this product.
- Theoretical and actual coverage area are different concepts, the actual coverage is affected by the required thickness of the layers, required number of layers, painting conditions including the amount of paint which spread in the air before touching the surface.
- The information listed in this section is based on experience and accumulating data, Denber inc., has the right to change the information listed at any time.
- Paints that have been in stagnation or exposed to air more than needed could have their qualities changed.
- Storage room temperature 15°C to 25°C.
- Over Spray: An effect which occurs in the spraying of paints application. A type of “dust” is created by dry gases of the air, which causing the paint particles to fall dry on the surface (hereafter the “effect”). The impact of this “effect” becomes stronger due to over pressure and heat, (most sprayers have a lever to control the pressure) To avoid the negative impact 0f the “effect”, the pressure of the spraying should be lowered to the necessary minimum!. Another possibility is to increase the amount of the thinner in the mixture which would cause the paint particles to fall wetter on the surface.
An additional recommended possibility, to avoid this “effect”, is to add a retarder to the mixture which increases the duration period of the painting application , avoiding the paint to dry up, and enabling it to reach the surface wetter, Thus a better painted smooth layer is formed.
- Pot Life: The working time which is possible to paint a mixture of two components, A+B (or more) without spoiling the qualities of the paint or disqualifying the paint as “out of use”.
- Spray: It is possible to spray with a sprayer that has a container holding the paint that sprays it with air pressure.
- Airless: a device with a piston which compresses the air for spraying paints. The pressure might be high (over 100atm.) Don’t aim it at anyone
- Surface preparations: the level of cleanness is determined by international standards. Surface preparations, including cleansing sand blasting, is important & critical factor in achieving an optimal result for painting adhesion on a certain surface. These standards are equally compared to the standards of the Swiss SA, the German-Din the U.S SSPC SP For each standard in any level there are indicators, for sale, in order to make visual comparison between the cleansing of the surface and the indicator.
- Prior to the painting on large surfaces it is important to test the product on a small area, to be sure that the paint is compatible with the level of satisfactory.
- Laboratory testing was made according to the standards institution specifications.
- This “Data sheet” given as noncommittal information, the product above recommended for professional painting specialists. This information is not a substitute to personal guidance.
- You must read the MSDS safety instructions before you start working with the product.
Safety instructions and transportation risk levels:
* According to UVV 24 (VGB 32) standards.
- It is recommended to cover containers and tubes which have flammable substances from ‘A’ group, level: 1, 2, 3, and from group ‘B’.
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|Vehicle transportations of dangerous substances|
|In GGVE\RID train||3N 31c|
|Secret material sea transportation||CLASS 3.3||CLASS 3.3||CLASS 3.3|
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