Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can occur anywhere and is hardly avoidable. Materials rub against one another or are separated from one another, building up electrostatic charge. When charged materials are bought into into contact with various electrical potentials, a small or larger ESD event can occur depending on the difference of electrical potential.
Electrically conductive floor coatings are required in many areas, such as the electronic and chemical industry, printing plants, hospitals and pharmaceutical plants.
GEHOLIT+WIEMER offers special durably conductive coating systems for various legal standards (e.g. DIN EN 61340) and application areas (ESD + EPA).