Anti-Static Finish For Standard Vinyl And Conductive Tile Floors
Stat Coat 2, is a state of the art floor maintenance finish with inherent static dissipating properties. Stat Coat 2 is specifically formulated for application in computer rooms, electronic assembly areas, telephone substations or any other area where positive elimination of static electricity is a prime consideration. Its unique static dissipating ingredient is actively linked to the chemical structure of the polymer system, increasing resistance to washout or leaching of the static dissipating properties. Easy maintenance, good gloss, and durability are additional assets of this high-tech, anti-static finish.
APPLICATION & MAINTENANCE
NOTE: All previous versions of Stat-Coat or other Anti-Static Floor Finishes must be removed with Eliminator Finish Stripper prior to the application of Stat Coat 2.
Floor surfaces should be 60 °F or warmer and in relative humidity conditions between 40-60%. Remove old finish with Eliminator. Follow directions on stripper label for application. To obtain static dissipative properties on regulat vinyl compositon tile, a minimum of three to five coats are required. 2 coats of Stat Coat 2 are recommended for static dissipative or conductive tiles. Apply thin even coats, allowing 1 to 2 hours between coats depending on humidity conditions. No more than 3 coats should be applied in a 24-hour period.
Recoating of existing finish: Sweep the floor to remove any loose dirt or dust. Wash the floor with Stat-Clean to remove dirt and soil. Apply thin even coats, allowing 1 to 2 hours between coats depending on humidity conditions. The frequency of refinishing will vary depending on the efficacy of the maintenance program and environmental conditions.
Routine maintenance: Floor surfaces should be swept with an untreated mop daily. Stat-Coat 2 should be damp mopped only with Stat-Clean regularly, to remove soil, salt, and film deposits which can degrade the coatings static dissipative properties and gloss. Spray buffing or high speed burnishing with a soft polishing pad and Stat-Buff 2 is recommended to maintain optimum appearance and static dissipating properties. Do not buff or burnish any sooner than 5 days after the last coat of Stat-Coat 2 is applied.
For optimum results do not apply during excessively humid conditions (>60% RH) and do not dry buff or dry burnish.
|Nonvolatile Solids||22 ± 0.6%|
|Resistivity-ASTM D257||<108 Ohms2 Max/Cm2 @ 40% Relative Humidity|
|Static Dissipation||0.02 Second|
|Gloss 60°||80+ @ 3 Coats|
|Weight Per Gallon||8.4-8.6|
|Slip Resistance (ASTM)||0.52 minimum|
|Stability||1 year minimum at room temperature|
|Freeze/Thaw Stability||3 cycles minimum|
|Drying Time||1-2 Hours|
|Gallon Coverage (Feet2)||1500 - 2000 ft2|
|Removability (Gardner)||75 cycles maximum|
This material is not a hazardous mixture as defined in 29 CFR 1919, 1200 and M.G.L. c. 111F. Safety glasses and gloves should be worn during application and handling. If ingested, drink one or two cups milk or water. In the event of eye contact, flush area with water for 15 minutes. Contact a Physician. For detailed information, consult MSDS sheet.
|1-27 -55||STAT-COAT, Static Dissipating Floor Finish 55 Gallon Drum||
|1-27 -05||STAT-COAT, Static Dissipating Floor Finish 5 Gallon Pail||
|1-27 -04||STAT-COAT, Static Dissipating Floor Finish Case (4x1) Gallons||