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Staticworx® - Grounded Solutions

Your Trusted ESD Flooring Partner

"We wanted to upgrade our dispatch center with the latest electronic equipment, but we needed to address the need for fault-tolerant flooring to protect us from electrostatic discharge. The solution was to go with the industry's best static-free flooring products, Eclipse rubber and antistatic carpet tiles from Staticworx."

— Mark Trudel, Administrative Officer, Dispatch Communications Center

ESD Products

Ameriworx® ESD Vinyl Tile

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ShadowFX® ESD Carpet Tile

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ESD Rubber Flooring

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GroundWorx ESD Epoxy Flooring

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ESD Knowledge

Our expanded west coast office enables Staticworx customers to obtain products, technical assistance and customer service from 8:00 AM eastern time until 5:00 PM Pacific time.
Our Southern CA Staticworx technical staff are also available to visit clients, test floors and view projects in the following Southern CA counties: Orange County, San Diego County, Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County, Imperial County, Kern County, Ventura County, Santa Barbara County

All Staticworx Ameriworx ESD vinyl tile meets ESD Association ( ESDA ) standards.
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of Staticworx conductive vinyl tile.

Eclipse GF Fault Tolerant Rubber Flooring with Self-Stick Backing

The first and only glue-free ESD sheet flooring that can be be strategically installed in small areas, operational cleanrooms or to cover an entire factory floor.

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Do You Have The Knowledge To Write A Specification For Antistatic and Grounded Flooring? We can help. Why not get IDEC and AIA credits at the same time?

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ohms range chart

Critical Ohms Range Information Chart for Static Control Floors

Architects: Are You Unknowingly Specifying Non Compliant Static Control Flooring ?
Do you know the difference between a dissipative carpet and a conductive carpet?
Don't write your spec until you know which one is approved by standards organizations for your application.

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Ameriworx ESD static free vinyl tile floors
Ameriworx® Precision Milled ESD Vinyl Tile

•Perfectly Square •Made in America •Lifetime ANSI/ESD S20.20 Warranty •Conductive and Static Dissipative.

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Why all the fuss about carpet being too conductive?

It's simple. It's about responsibility, liability, understanding OSHA safety guidelines and meeting a professional standard of care. Since 2005, standards organizations and grounding guidelines have required a static dissipative ohms rating for carpet.


Specify ESD Carpet for FAA STD 019e
Is Your ESD Flooring Supplier Misinformed about Obsolete FAA Standard 019d:

Do not purchase or specify any carpet or carpet with positioning buttons described as meeting FAA-STD-019D Section Static control flooring measuring between 2.5 X 10E4 and 1.0 X 10 E6 is no longer FAA approved.

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Comparison of static dissipative carpet with conductive carpet

Are you confused about whether it's recommended to use static dissipative or conductive carpet tile in your application? We have created a simple reference chart showing various grounding standards and which electrical range should be used based on various applications for ESD floors.

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Shadow FX Anti-Static CarpetShadowFX SD Carpet Handles Any Static Control Problem. No More Guesswork about Static Dissipative Versus Conductive.

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Staticworx and Interface are working together to provide static dissipative carpet tile for any application.

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9-1-1 Magazine
Learn About The Expected Standard of Care When Specifying Conductive and Static Dissipative Flooring:

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How to Ground ESD Flooring for Static Control
The three most acceptable methods used to ground static control flooring are described here.

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SCS Global Services certificate for FloorScore® Indoor Air Quality Certified to SCS-EC10.2-2007

SCS Global Services does hereby certify that the following Flooring Adhesives:
Statbond 5010 Conductive PU, Statbond Conductive Acrylic, GroundTack® Clear Releasable Conductive, meets all of the necessary qualifications to be certified for the following claim:
FloorScore® Indoor Air Quality Certified to SCS-EC10.2-2007
Conforms to California Specification 01350 (Standard Method v1.1, effective January 1, 2012) for the school classroom and private office parameters.

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Architects' Static-Control Center

American Institute of Architects Continuing Education SystemLearn more and get credit with our AIA/CES accredited course

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What You Need to Know about Anti Static Flooring for Telecommunication Areas & Public Safety Emergency 911 Communications Rooms:
Use Appropriate Grounding Standards: Motorola R56 and ATIS-0600321-2010

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What Are Our Services?

Have you been asked to specify static free, conductive or anti static flooring? Are you confused about jargon like mission critical, low static generating, N+1, ANSI/ESD S20.20 or the difference between static dissipative floors and conductive floors?

Staticworx® can help you identify the right static resistant rating, select the correct static flooring option, and get it installed by a local professional who understands grounding, conductive flooring adhesives, ESD floor testing. We can even supply your building service contractor with maintenance recommendations and the necessary static free floor care products - no matter what floor you own.

What Is ESD Flooring?

Let's start with the definition of ESD: ESD is an abbreviation for electrostatic discharge: the pulse of static electricity that occurs when a charged person contacts another object. Anything from sliding out of a car seat or walking across a static generating floor can build up a dangerous charge. Most associate a static discharge with that sensory "ouch" that we feel and see; the zap, the mini bolt of blue lightening. However, the majority of static discharges, anything below 3500 volts, are totally undetectable to humans. Like common cold germs, ESD events are occurring around us constantly, causing damage to sensitive microelectronics inside computers and electronic devices.

The best way to avoid ESD events is to prevent static generation in the first place. In the case of ESD, an ounce of prevention is truly worth a pound of cure. If the environment prevents static generation, it's impossible for an ESD event to occur. A static free environment is created by eliminating normal static generating surfaces like carpet, rubber and tile. We loosely define those surfaces as ESD flooring. Other common names are anti static flooring, static flooring, conductive tile, static resistant flooring, non-static flooring, and grounded floors.

Visit our Knowledge and Safety Center to learn how to more accurately describe these floors so you don't mistakenly specify a material that will increase static. Also, read more about correct grounding methods for ESD floors and Tile using copper grounding strips.

What Is Anti Static Flooring?

Define: anti static flooring: The term anti static refers to a condition where static generation is inhibited during contact and separation with a different material. Anti static flooring can either be static dissipative or static conductive. (See also, Dissipative Tile)

You Are Safe With Staticworx® ESD Anti-Static Protection!

All Staticworx® products are shipped in Staticworx® packaging.
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ESD Class Zero ESD Flooring Lifetime Product Warranty CRI Green Label Plus

Ameriworx - Made in America

We have installation experts in all 50 States (Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming)
Mexico, and Canada: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Quebec City, Ontario.