Black Grey Vinyl Flooring 8990

Black Grey Vinyl Flooring from the EC range Polyflor EC has been engineered to meet the latest international standards for ESD protection floorcoverings. Available in a black marbleised decoration, Polyflor EC is available in sheet format or as a 608 x 608mm tile: the preferred size for use on access flooring.

Description

Overview

The Polyflor ESD range has been specifically engineered to combat electrostatic discharge at source by facilitating a uniform flow of static electricity directly to ground point.

All Polyflor ESD floorcoverings are homogeneous in construction, to ensure that these properties are present throughout the product, guaranteeing a consistent and effective appearance and performance.

Homogeneous vinyl flooring manufactured in Europe achieves A+ BRE rating. Polyflor ESD is 100% recyclable and contains 25% recycled material.

Polyflor Electrostatic Conductive flooring in combination with ESD control footwear meets the resistance required when tested to BS EN/IEC 6130-4-5.

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BoQ Specification

 

  • Colour: Black Grey
  • Code: 8990
  • Weld Rod: 8640

Technical Product Compliance

  • Hardwearing homogeneous contract sheet and tile floorcoverings
  • Electrostatic conductive properties
  • Engineered for ESD protection
  • BRE Global Generic A+ rating

Comprehensive Specification

Supply and install Polyflor EC flexible PVC sheet flooring with electrostatic conductive properties in 2.0mm thickness, homogeneous and monolayer in construction, the electrostatic conductive properties must be present throughout the full product thickness, the flooring shall conform fully with the requirements of EN 649/ISO 10581, in respect of flame spread, the flooring shall have been fully tested to EN 13501-1 and certified as having Class Bfl-S1, achieving the criteria EN ISO 9239-1 ≥8kw/m2 and the mandatory requirement of EN ISO 11925-2 pass. It shall be tested to ASTM E648 and certified as having passed with a Class 1 rating, making it suitable for use in institutional, commercial and public buildings, with regard to EN 13893 for slip resistance, the flooring shall be classified DS, making it suitable for use in areas which are predominantly dry, but with occasional spillage, the product must have been fully tested for abrasion resistance to the Frick Taber test EN 660: Part 2 and be in abrasion group M, as defined in EN 649, with regard to electrostatic conductive properties, the flooring must conform to the requirements of HTM2. Tested to ASTM F150 the flooring must have a resistance of between 2.5 x 104 to 1 x 106 ohms. When tested to EN 1081 R1/R2 the flooring must have a resistance of between 5×104 to 1×106 ohms, when tested to ESD S7.1, the flooring must have a resistance of between 5×104 to 1×106 ohms. Tested to BS IEC 61340-4-1 2003 Rg, the flooring must have a resistance between 5×104 to 1×106 ohms. When tested to BS 2050 the surface resistance and resistance to earth should be between 5×104 to 2×106 ohms, when tested to BS EN/IEC 61340-4-5 the flooring must have a resistance of <1×109 and chargeability <100v, in accordance with EN 649, the in-use classification must be at least 34/43 as defined in EN 685: i.e., commercial areas with very heavy use; and light industrial areas with heavy use, the flooring must be available in 2.0 metre width, to minimise the number of joints, in respect of light fastness, the flooring shall have been fully tested to ISO 105-B02 Method 3 and obtain ≥6

  • Colour: Black Grey
  • Code: 8990
  • Weld Rod: 8640

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