FORREST Electrostatic Dissipative Coatings (ESD)

Coatings engineered with dissipative properties to reduce the likelihood of electric charge and shock.

FORREST Electrostatic Dissipative Coatings (ESD)

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About FORREST Electrostatic Dissipative Coatings (ESD)

Electrostatic Dissipative Coatings (ESD) reduce risk of shock by continuously conducting and dissipating static build up on surfaces and slowing the rate of charge transfer. Learn more about our Electrostatic Dissipative Coatings (ESD) to see if they suit your particular need.

Use cases for FORREST Electrostatic Dissipative Coatings (ESD)
  • Electrical insulation
  • Work benches and shelving
  • Electronic cabinets and enclosures
  • Clean room and semiconductor equipment
  • Furniture
Benefits of FORREST Electrostatic Dissipative Coatings (ESD)
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Excellent functionality
  • Excellent surface resistivity (in the 104 – 1011 Ohms range)

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS — FORREST Electrostatic Dissipative Coatings (ESD)

An electrostatic developed specifically to minimize the electrostatic discharge (ESD) created when two surfaces with different voltages meet one another.  When properly applied these coatings can  prevent significant damage caused by electrostatic discharge.

Below are the technical specifications of one or more popular products in this line. More products are available to meet customer color, gloss and other desired specifications.

729 Series
  • Gloss @ 60°
    ASTM D523-14

    58 - 68
  • Impact Resistance
    ASTM D2794-90

    80 in-lbs
  • Pencil Hardness
    ASTM 3363

    H
  • Cure Cycle

    10 minutes at 400°F (204°C)
  • Gloss @ 60°
    ASTM D523-14

    30 - 40
  • Impact Resistance
    ASTM D2794-90

    60 in-lbs
  • Pencil Hardness
    ASTM 3363

    H
  • Cure Cycle

    10 minutes at 400°F (204°C)
  • Gloss @ 60°
    ASTM D523-14

    Semi - Gloss
  • Impact Resistance
    ASTM D2794-90

    60 in-lbs
  • Pencil Hardness
    ASTM 3363

    H
  • Cure Cycle

    10 minutes at 400°F (204°C)