Why choose Colorex EC/EC plus?
Colorex EC - the high performance option
With Colorex EC and Colorex EC Plus, static charges flow easily through the dense network of tiny conductive veins that run through the whole thickness of the tile. The charge is transmitted via the conductive adhesive and securely discharged to earth via the copper strip. It’s a completely natural system that needs no volatile chemical anti-static additives to aid conductivity. The conductivity is not affected by changes in temperature or humidity
Permanently conductive floor, connection between tiles through conductive adhesive and connected to earth through copper strip. Compliant to IEC 61340-4-5 with appropriate ESD shoes
ESD facilities, cleanrooms, pharmaceutical laboratories, production sites and operating theatres, laboratories, IT-rooms and cleanroom . Colorex EC satisfies the strictest requirements for particle release behaviour, helping to reduce any threat of contamination.
Colorex EC Plus
Colorex EC plus is a high performance floor covering system that consists of loose lay tiles. Suitable for applications where expensive preparatory measures and downtimes are not acceptable, Colorex Plus can be installed without interruptions and is immediately accessible. There’s no need for special subfloor treatments or preparations. The tiles connect to each other using a unique dovetailing system that remains hidden, but because they have a genuine Colorex surface, you can still take advantage of its proven features and benefits.
Permanently conductive floor, connection between tiles through dovetails and connected to earth with copper strip. Compliant to IEC 61340-4-5 with appropriate ESD shoes.
Renovation of ESD facilities, cleanrooms, pharmaceutical laboratories and production sites. Suitable when down time, damp floors or poor sub-floors are an issue. Reducing the generation of electrostatic charges is the main purpose of control measures in ESD protected areas (EPA). In such areas like electronics assembly, mechatronics and datacenters the right floor covering plays a crucial role. It does not only drain electrostatic charges from personnel and equipment, but it also reduces the generation of charges there where they occur, at the interface between the shoe soles and the floor.