The conducted test aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of Transit Tiles in managing Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) while maintaining conductivity. The test, conducted on August 20, 2015, utilised a MEGGAR instrument at 500V for the Insulation Continuity Test, with results reported in Meg-Ohms (1 x 10^6). The test encompassed three samples from Raw Material Batch Number W0002356.
A list of recommended adhesives that should be used when installing Transit products. Acrylic adhesive, solvent-free adhesive, contact adhesive for wooden floors, walls, steel floors and lifts.
Floor Covering Laying Instructions – The best possible tiles will not give satisfactory service without careful preparation of the underlying floor and the correct type of adhesive. It is vital that the floor should be clean, dry and level, without trace of dust, wax, grease, oil, solvents etc. Sheets of plywood or hardboard, at least 4mm thick, can be used to cover wooden floors prior to the laying of the tiles. Boards should be fixed with screws, counter sunk or serrated nails at approximately 150mm intervals over the face and approximately 100mm intervals along the edges. Moisture content of screed must not exceed 3%. This should be checked prior to installation. If in doubt consult adhesive manufacturers.
Laying Instructions Conductive Floor The best possible tiles will not give satisfactory service without careful preparation of the underlying floor and the correct type of adhesive. It is vital that the floor should be clean, dry and level, without a trace of dust, wax, grease, oil, solvents etc.
Ensure your Transit floor covering remains pristine with our cleaning instructions. Crafted from a unique PVC formulation for durability, follow our guidelines for a simple cleaning routine to maintain your tiles’ appearance for years to come. Adjust frequency of suggested weekly maintenance as needed based on usage demands.