StaticStop Now Offers SelecTile ESD Flooring in Gray


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StaticStop, a division of SelecTech, Inc., and leader in the manufacture of innovative ESD flooring products that save time and money, now offers its SelecTile ESD™ flooring in gray.  SelecTile ESD™ is the most durable, resilient, and portable ESD flooring product available. The flooring can be installed with no downtime, no prep, and can even be installed over carpet.

SelecTile ESD™ flooring is a free-floating surface with a unique interlocking tab system. These static-control flooring products install quickly and easily without the need for adhesives, copper strips, underlayments or padding. SelecTech’s static-control systems were uniquely engineered to meet the demanding needs of industrial environments that require the highest level of electrostatic discharge protection, and still withstand industrial environments, including fork truck traffic.

SelecTile ESD™ is made with a minimum of 20% recycled materials, and is the only ESD conductive flooring of its kind that can contribute to LEED™ Credits.

Recently, all SelecTech’s ESD flooring tiles were tested by the same company that NASA uses for testing. Both FreeStyle ESD and SelecTile ESD passed with excellent results. This reiterates that SelecTech’s flooring provides the most stringent ESD protection even for the most sensitive environments including high-reliability device manufacturers. SelecTile ESD tiles also meet all ANSI 20.20 standards.

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