Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Desco ESD Floor Mat Reference Guide #1 Desco Flat ESD Mats

Desco ESD Floor Mats are available in both Flat and Anti-Fatigue Options. To make your Desco Mat Shopping experience super quick and easy we have provided two reference guides (one included in this blog post) outlining the specific floor mats that Desco manufactures. 

In this guide, we will be covering ESD Flat Mats:

Statfree G2 Conductive Smooth Rubber ESD Mat & Roll

This material is designed primarily for floor mat and rubber use, but may also be used in tabletop applications where a conductive surface is required. Rubber material is heat, chemical, and abrasion resistant. Solder and flux will not damage the surface. Material is durable and reversible to provide long life.

82067 - Mat, Black, .060" x 48" x 72"
82068 - Roll, Black, .060" x 48" x 40'


Statfree CV280 ESD Mats & Rolls

Desco's Statfree CV280 mat is a 0.080" thick homogenous polymer matrix of PVC material. It is designed to provide a flooring surface that does not generate a static charge and will act as part of the path to ground for an operator wearing ESD footwear. The resistance range (1 x 10^4 to <10^6 ohms Rtt) will remain low enough to act as a path to ground with normal dirt and grime build up on a floor and meet the required limit of ANSI/ESD S20.20 Method 1 (<3.5 x 10^7 ohms) for a flooring/footwear system. Statfree CV280 is a hard flat mat designed for high traffic areas and is good for use under chairs and carts. To protect ESD floor tiles or minimize maintenance of ESD floor finish in high traffic areas, Statfree CV280 can be used in conjunction with existing ESD flooring. The edges of the mat will not fold or bend. Each mat is lot coded for quality control and lifespan tracking.

15011 - Roll, Black, .080" x 48" x 40'
15012 - Roll, Black, .080" x 48" x 60'
15013 - Mat, Black, .080" x 36" x 48"
15014 - Mat, Black, .080" x 48" x 72"


  1. Stay tuned for the Desco ESD Antifatigue Floor Mat Product Guide. It will be up shortly!

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