Anti static ESD flooring AIA Accredited Continuing Education Course
AIA Accredited Continuing Education Course:
Anti Static Flooring: The Basics
AIA/CES Program Overview
Length: 1 hour | AIA/CES Credit: 1 learning unit
Understand anti static flooring including how it works, the difference between static dissipative, static conductive and grounded flooring, how it limits the risks of static discharge to sensitive electronics in applications ranging from electronics manufacturing, R&D, networked offices, 24/7/365 call centers, medical settings, cleanrooms, and more.
- Minimize the risk of electro-static discharge through proper specification of static control flooring based on the application and specific risks posed in a given environment.
- Assess the installation environment by utilizing static control international test methods and conventional industry measurement instruments.
- Meet standards (including ANSI/ESD S-20.20, AATCC134, NFPA99, LEED qualification) when selecting static control flooring.
Call Staticworx to set up for the course to be taught at your location. Call 617-923-2000.
Dave Long is the CEO and founder ofStaticworx, Inc., North Americaâ€™s leading manufacturer of flooring solutions for static-free environments. Under his leadership, Staticworx has experienced dramatic growth, with a revenue increase over 30% four years in a row.
Widely recognized as the foremost authority on electrostatic discharge (ESD) flooring, Mr. Long has 30-plus years of industry experience. He combines comprehensive technical knowledge of electrostatics with a practical understanding of how materials perform in real-world environments.
Using a hands-on approach, he solves complex problems in applications where static charges could harm sensitive electronics, interfere with the performance of mission-critical equipment, or ignite flammable chemicals. A writer, speaker, and educator, Mr. Long has demystified an industry that has historically been confusing.
Before starting Staticworx, Dave Long was the Executive Vice President of United Technical Products. Prior to joining UTP, he owned and operated a manufacturerâ€™s representative business called Protek Solutions. He began his career with Julie Industries, an early leader in industrial static control and provider of ionizing and static measurement equipment.
Mr. Long earned his B.A. degree at Boston College, where he graduated summa cum laud, was named to the Jesuit National Honor Society, and received the Doyle Award for academic excellence. He resides in California and Massachusetts.