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4800 Ultra II Static Dissipative Clear Floor Finish

Whether revitalizing old ESD tiles or protecting a new epoxy floor, ACL’s Staticide® 4800 Ultra II Clear Dissipative Floor Finish will help safeguard your costly investment of specialized flooring. This distinctive anti-static blend is compatible with problematic plasticizers found in conductive and dissipative tiles and epoxy. Staticide® Ultra II is also the ultimate choice for adding gloss and static protection to concrete.

This urethane-enhanced formula’s high abrasion resistance and durability leave floors static dissipative, glossy, and protected for 12-18 months. Surface resistivity averages 107 -109 ohms per square, making Staticide® Ultra II Floor Finish suitable for any environment where static control is required and ESD flooring is installed, such as electronic, medical, and clean room manufacturing facilities. Staticide® Ultra Floor Finish fulfills ANSI/ESD S20.20 guidelines and is suitable for sensitive device manufacturing.

This water-based formula is UL listed for slip resistance, RoHS compliant, biodegradable, non-flammable, and free of formaldehyde, phthalates, alkalis, acids, and ammonia.

4800 ESD Static Dissipative Clear Floor Finish comes in a case of (4) 1 gallon containers and a 5 gallon pail.  Also available with optional copper grounding strips included for grounding installations of ESD coatings.  Read “How To Apply” copper grounding strips.

Where is 4800 used?

  • Electronics manufacturing and assembly, ESD protected areas electronic, medical, clean
    room manufacturing facilities

Why 4800 Static Dissipative Floor Finish?

  • Coverage 1,500 – 2,000 sq’/gallon
  • Strip cycle 12 -18 months
  • Suitable to use on ESD tile, epoxy and concrete floors
  • Surface resistivity: 107 – 109 ohms per square (average)
  • Low voc
  • Water-based urethane enhanced acrylic
  • Conforms to ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Glosss/Sheen level High gloss
Material Made of Acrylic – urethane enhanced
Strip Cycle 12-18 months
Surface Resistivity 107 – 109 ohms per square
Rating ANSI/ESD S20.20
UL Listed For slip resistance
VOC < 4%
Surfaces Apply to ESD tile, epoxy and concrete
Solids 21% +/-5%
Coverage Rate Square Feet/Gallon Per Coat
Average concrete surface 1500 – 2000

Application Instructions

Coverage Rate - 2 Coats Recommended Square Feet/Gallon Per Coat
Average concrete floor 1500 - 2000

 

Best results are obtained when 4800 Floor Finish is applied to surfaces which are

  • 60F or above
  • relative humidity conditions between 30-50%.

Application Steps

  1. Remove old finish using a 1:4 dilution of Staticide® Floor Stripper #4010 and water. Concentration of dilution depends on the number of coats previously on floor. Vacuum up stripping solution.
  2. Rinse floor thoroughly with clean water.
  3. Inspect floor to confirm that all stripper has been removed (shiny spots versus dull spots). Any residual stripper will be detrimental to the performance of an ACL Floor Finish.

NOTE: New tile floors must be stripped thoroughly to remove all floor coatings. ESD tiles have plasticizers that may require a higher concentrate  of stripper to remove.   DO NOT strip floor within the first 4 or 5 days after installation of a new tile floor.

General Preparation Tips:

  • Strip less than 125 sq. ft. at a time. Strip wet.
  • Let stripper soak for 5 minutes, however do not allow stripper to dry on floor.
  • Flood rinse area twice with clean water to remove residual stripper.
  • Floor needs to be completely dry before applying floor finish.
  • If shiny spots or white powder appear s after floor is dry, the floor needs to be restripped and rerinsed. Using a new rayon mop and clean pail, apply the 4600

Apply 4800 Floor Finish Using a new rayon mop and clean pail:

  1. Apply a thin coat to floor (i.e.: wring out mop ¾ ways down the wringer). Let floor dry to the touch, approximately 60 minutes for an RH condition of <30%.  Drying times may vary slightly depending on ambient conditions. For an RH between 30 – 50% or temperature < 70°F allow 1-2 hrs of dry time. For greater than 50% RH allow 2-3 hours of dry time.

NOTE: Streaks, bubbles, flaking or softening may develop if floor finish is not applied correctly. For the formation of a uniform hard coating, it is critical to apply floor finish in thin coats to prevent moisture from becoming entrapped in the initial application.

  1. Apply a second, slightly thicker coat (i.e.: wring out mop ½ ways down wringer).

If using 4000, 4300, or 4600: Two thin coats are sufficient, but for optimal performance, longer life, and easier maintenance, three coats are recommended. If a 3rd coat is applied, wait 24 hours before applying. This will allow the first two coats to cure. Applying coats too soon will result in poor adhesion, poor appearance, poor electrical performance, blistering and greasiness.

If using 4800 Ultra II: Two thin coats are the maximum requirement on dissipative surfaces. Applying too many coats or not allowing sufficient dry time will result in poor adhesion, poor appearance, poor electrical performance, blistering and greasiness.

General Application Tips:

  • To avoid contamination, use separate clean pails and mops for stripper and floor finish or use a plastic liner.
  • Allow the floor to dry naturally, do not use forced air.
  • Do not mix ESD floor finishes with one another or other non ESD floor finishes.

NOTE: Normal traffic may resume in 6-8 hours (preferably overnight) after application

4800 Data Sheet

4800 SDS

4800 Application Instructions

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