When creating an ESD Safe environment one of the most critical elements is selecting the right flooring.  The task can be quite daunting.  Join us for this webinar where our presenter, Joe Berkowitz will provide valuable insight as to why Discharge Flooring is crucial to creating a Static Safe environment.

ESD Flooring

Key Details

Date:    November 9th 2021

Time:    12PM - 1PM Eastern Standard Time

Topic:    Electrostatic Discharge Flooring

Presenter:  Joe Berkowitz, Director of Sales  

Price:    Free


Program Title: “Electrostatic Discharge Flooring”
Objective: Provide an unbiased, evidence-based, and focused program on developing knowledge in an Overview of Electrostatic Discharge Flooring and why it is important in Architecture, Design and Function for your clients.

  • What is Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
  • General Requirements, Terms and Standards of ESD Flooring
  • Types and Uses of ESD Flooring
  • Choosing an ESD Floor
    • How Is Static Generated
    • Sensitivity to Static Discharges
    • Types and Uses of ESD Flooring
    • What is ESD Flooring?
    • Resistance Ranges for ESD Flooring
    • ESD Floor Test Methods
    • Types of ESD/Static Control Flooring
    • Where is ESD Flooring Used, Maintaining ESD Floors
    • Grounding ESD Flooring
  • Choosing an ESD Floor
    • ESD Requirements, Installation Considerations
    • Types of ESD Flooring
    • Physical Performance Characteristics, Aesthetics, Maintenance Requirements
    • Operational Concerns, Cost-Direct and Indirect
    • Conclusion, Group Discussion, Questions & Answers

Selectech Inc
SelecTech Inc. is certified as continuing education unit instructor for American Institute of Architects. They are a leader in the manufacture of innovative flooring products with long-term value and immediate benefits. Using their state-of-the-art technology and innovative product design they created and manufactured StaticStop ESD flooring products. Flooring that effectively minimizes the impact of ESD. StaticStop ESD tiles employ a patented glueless “zipper” interlocking system that enables the flooring to be installed over existing flooring with minimal subfloor preparation.