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Question I am trying to find companies that can meet MIL-W-80 spec. It is a 1966 MIL Spec related to static dissipative acrylics or acrylic coatings. Please advise as I am having a difficult time. - Anonymous, Inglewood, CA
Answer We do sell an acrylic based zinc-free ESD floor finish as part of our Statproof® family. The MIL-W-80 refers to solid materials in sheet or strip form and wouldn't apply to our floor finish system. The Statproof® floor finish does meet several industry recognized standards (ANSI/ESD-S7.1 for surface resistance, AATCC TM-134-1979 for charge generation, and FTMS 101C, M-4046 for charge decay) and is UL listed (#SA6524) for slip resistance. The Tech Brief is available on-line at../pdf/ps-2026.pdf
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