Hazardous Industries

Few flooring systems stand up to hazards-such as dust or explosions -as much as APF’s high-performance industrial coatings. In addition to providing excellent abrasion and chemical resistance, they are spark proof and have enhanced static control properties that prevent electrostatic damage to products and equipment, limit the ability of personnel to build up a charge and quickly remove a charge from a person or equipment.

 

APF's StatRez® line of systems are designed to protect areas requiring static dissipative or conductive flooring. They are more durable than ESD tile, and they do not have a dependency on relative humidity. 

 

Hazardous Industries Systems:

 

StatRez® PC 225

StatRez PC 225 is a three-coat aliphatic polyurethane system that features UV stability and non-yellowing properties. It is low VOC and has excellent chemical and abrasion resistance. StatRez® PC 225 is designed to impart static control properties in the static dissipative range of 1 million – 1 billion (1E6-1E9) ohms resistance when tested with ESD Association test method 7.1 and is commonly us

 

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StatRez® PC 225C

StatRez PC 225 C is a low VOC, four-component, high-performance ali­phatic polyester urethane flooring product that features excellent chemical and abrasion resistance, UV stability and non-yellowing properties. This system is designed to im­part static control properties in the conductive range of 25,000 – 1 million (2.5E4-1E6) ohms resistance when tested with ESD Association test method 7.1.

 

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StatRez® PC 350

StatRez PC 350 is a very versatile 100% solids static-dissipative, two-coat, epoxy system that’s designed to impart static control properties in the static dissipative range of 1 million – 1 billion (1E6-1E9) ohms resis­tance when tested with ESD Association test method 7.1.

 

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StatRez® PC 350C

StatRez® PC 350 C is a very versatile, 100% solids, static-dissipative, three-coat epoxy system that’s designed to impart static control properties in the conductive range of 25,000 – 1 million (2.5E4-1E6) ohms resis­tance when tested with ESD Association test method 7.1.

 

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