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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plants 

Validation, Certification and Evaluation of Static Control Flooring for Drug Delivery,  Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Medical Device Facilities for compliance to current Industry Standards of Acceptance.

Test Methods In Use by General Contractors, End Users and Engineers


Section 09660 (Static Control Flooring) Compliance

AATCC-134-2006 (Electrostatic Propensity of Carpets)

VA Static Control Carpet 09680

FAA Static Dissipative Vinyl Tile FAPC 09660 and 09 65 36

Static Control Resilient Floor Tile 09661

ANSI/ESD STM97.1-2006 Floor Materials and Footwear

ANSI/ESD STM97.2-2006 Floor Materials and Footwear

NFPA 99: Health Care Facilities, 2005 Edition

NFPA 77-2007: Recommended Practice on Static Electricity

ANSI/ESD STM7.1-2013 Resistive Characterization of Materials-Floor Materials

IEC 61340-4-1, Electrostatics – Part 4-1: Standard test methods for specific applications

Electrical resistance of floor coverings and installed floors, Edition 2.0, 2003 -2012

ASTM F150-2006(2014) for Electrical Resistance of Conductive and Static Dissipative Resilient Flooring  USACE / NAVFAC / AFCESA / NASA, UFGS-09 65 33 (May 2009) Conductive Vinyl Flooring  

Mil-STD-3010C-2010, Method 4046.1 (Formerly Fed-STD-101C)   

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Conductive Materials

There are more and more new and advanced materials for flooring on the market today. Testing for verification and certification before a floor is purchased is critical due to off-shore 'copycats' and/or reliance upon Supplier Tech Data Sheets.

FAA Control Towers require ESD Floor Certification before the contractor is paid.

Headend Operations require ESD Floor Certification to protect ultrasensitive components

Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturers require Annual ESD Floor Certification


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