Anti-static mats are formulated to absorb static electricity and stop electric shocks. Stop static shocks and buildup with our anti-static mats. Static shocks hurt and they can harm to employees and to sensitive office equipment.
You know that you really need to have an anti-static mat on the floor all year long but we all know that the winter months can be the worst time of the year for static shocks and static buildup. That's because the air is colder and so much dryer. It creates the perfect conditions for static shock. Our line of anti-static floor mats will protect you all year round and help to stop those nasty static shocks.
Do you know the difference between conductive and nonconductive floor mats? Conductive or anti-static mats are made and formulated to absorb static electricity and stop static shocks. Simple things such as working at your work bench, walking on the carpet or even sitting on certain types of stools creates static electricity. If you don't do anything about it eventually the static charge could pass from the worker to sensitive equipment potentially creating damage to expensive electrical components and equipment. You need to use the proper mats that drain static charge from the worker thereby safeguarding equipment.
Nonconductive matting is different. This type of mat is formulated to provide insulation for the worker, preventing the worker from being grounded and thereby preventing electrical shock. These are also called switchboard mats. In certain industries, this safety switchboard mat may be the only must have mat in your whole building! Use these mats near any high voltage equipment and to be 100% effective it should be considered for replacement every year.
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Switchboard mats can be used in dry environments in front of high voltage boxes, electrical fuse boxes, and transformers.