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Epoxy floor covering SIKAFLOOR® MULTIDUR ET-25 ESD
for outdoor useindoortertiary

epoxy floor covering
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Characteristics

Materials
epoxy
Location
for outdoor use, indoor
Market
tertiary
Format
tile
Finish
textured
Color
orange, yellow

Description

Textured, unicolour high performance ESD epoxy floor covering Sikafloor® MultiDur ET-25 ESD is a two part, tough-elastic, orange peel textured, unicolour high performance ESD epoxy floor covering. It consist out of the unfilled, unicolour ESD epoxy floor covering Sikafloor®-235 ESD + Extender T + Thinner C in order to achieve the orange peel texture for better slip resistance. Body voltage generation < 30 V* Good mechanical and chemical resistance Easy application Usage It is used as: Dissipative coloured indoor system for electrostatic protected areas (EPA) with a higher demand for slip resistance. Typical applications include industries that want to reduce ESD events and assemble, install, test or transport electrostatic sensitive devices such as: Semiconductors and clean rooms Pharmaceutical industries Automotive industries Advantages Body voltage generation 25 % RH/+23 °C* Colour Almost unlimited choice of colour shades. Due to the nature of carbon fibres providing the conductivity, it is not possible to achieve exact colour matching. With very bright colours (such as yellow and orange), this effect is increased. Under direct sunlight there may be some discolouration and colour variation, this has no influence on the function and performance of the coating. Appearance Orange peel textured, semi gloss

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BATIMAT 2024
BATIMAT 2024

30 Sep - 03 Oct 2024 Paris (France)

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