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Textured Bench Matting

Premium, best-selling ESD Textured Bench Matting is used for controlling electrostatic discharge within the EPA. This 2-layer synthetic anti-static rubber matting is durable and cost-effective. Designed for use on ESD workbenches for EPA/ESD sensitive areas. 2mm thick. Standard rolls are 10m long.

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Grey and green ESD matting on special offer.

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Description

Premium Best Selling ESD Textured Bench Matting is used for controlling electrostatic discharge within the EPA. Our anti static mat controls this discharge allowing static electricity to transfer safely to ground. It also protects the surface of the sensitive devices during productions.

Example ESD Bench Mat workstation:

ESD Matting

Our great value, protective mat is designed to drain static charge from items placed on its surface. For a mat to effectively ground an item, the mat must be either conductive or dissipative and be connected to a suitable grounding point. This anti static mat is ideal for laying on workbenches in the workshops or laboratories of microelectronic industries. It provides excellent ESD protection for operators working with static-sensitive components in an EPA. The 2-layer textured bench matting is 2mm thick. Manufactured from a synthetic rubber.

The KSMLF matting range’s top layer is static-dissipative with a conductive backing giving a typical resistance to ground = 106-10ohms. The smooth surface allows easy cleaning and maintenance. The textured finish adds extra comfort for the operator. We provide a premium service of bespoke custom sizing and studding for our bench matting to suit all customer requirements. If you would like bespoke customisation, please make an enquiry to us.

Features of Bench Mat:

Bench Mat Benefits

ESD work surface mats, also known as table top mats, are typically thinner than floor mats. They are usually available in either smoothly or lightly embossed finishes. Bench mats’ surfaces are generally embossed to help to reduce the surface’s reflective properties, reducing glare and improving operator comfort – aiding workers with complicated electronic assembly tasks. With that in mind, bench mats tend to come in bright, light colours to help workers find smaller components on their surface, and are designed to be used with other ESD controls such as wrist straps and grounding points.

Bondline’s premium, textured bench matting, in particular, comes equipped with many advantages. Generally, rubber mats have high heat resistant properties which ensures they are resistant to hot solder, etc. If your job requires you to use heat and/or chemicals, then you should opt for rubber matting. Vinyl matting, on the other hand, does not have any heat resistant properties which means it can easily melt if you were to carry out a task that used high temperatures. Typically, rubber mats are much more stable since their ESD properties cannot change, whereas other materials aren’t quite as much.

Additionally, rubber mats remain in their same form – even when they are exposed to cold or humid conditions. Vinyl matting cannot and therefore can change and become harder if conditions were to change.

Being more sustainable and environmentally-friendly is significant in every industry. Many people choose to shop with companies who are helping the environment in some way. Due to this, opting for more sustainable options can be the way forward for many businesses. Rubber matting is a great choice for sustainability. Compared to other matting materials, rubber matting is much better for the environment.

As you can see, there are many advantages and benefits of ESD rubber matting. Although this matting comes with a premium price, remember that you are buying into these benefits, a quality, leading supplier and excellent, quick lead times.

Common Environments Where ESD Rubber Mats Are Used

ESD mats are commonly found in environments where electrostatic sensitive products are present, or where static electricity can potentially cause harm. These often include:

The use of ESD mats is common in companies where employees regularly come into contact with ESD-sensitive products; however, these mats are also necessary in situations where employees may only occasionally enter ESD-sensitive environments, such as back office staff who sometimes need to enter a clean room or manufacturing space.

Still unsure on which matting is the best for you?

We have a full ESD matting guide to help you choose the correct mat for your requirements.

Additional information

Select a product:

KSM32GREEN – Killstat Mat – 3ft x 2ft – Green, KSM32GREY – Killstat Mat – 3ft x 2ft – Grey, KSM42GREEN – Killstat Mat – 4ft x 2ft – Green, KSM42GREY – Killstat Mat – 4ft x 2ft – Grey, KSMLF39B – ESD Premium Bench Matting – 0.9 x 10m – Blue – Full Rolls

Colours and Dimensions

Standard Product Description Colour
KSM32GREEN Killstat Mat 3ft x 2ft Green
KSM32GREY Killstat Mat 3ft x 2ft Grey
KSM42GREEN Killstat Mat 4ft x 2ft Green
KSM42GREY Killstat Mat 4ft x 2ft Grey
KSMLF39B ESD Premium Bench Matting 0.9 x 10m (Full Rolls) Blue

Cleaning and Maintenance

For optimum electrical performance, the surface must be cleaned regularly using an ESD-safe mat cleaner. We suggest using a Staticide Mat and Table Top Cleaner for best cleaning results.

Staticide Mat and Table Top Cleaner Directions for Use:

1) Apply liberally to the areas to be cleaned.

2) Wait 2-3 minutes to allow emulsifiers to penetrate.

3) Then wipe it off.

ESD Mat and Table Top Cleaner

Technical Datasheet & Materials

Technical Datasheet

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Materials

Learn about how an anti static mat works with our technical illustration.

With the extensive range of ESD protective matting available, it can be overwhelming to select the correct type for you or your company. Our ESD Matting guide provides a simple explanation for each mat’s use, the differences between them, material advantages and their performances.

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