Static Pro

From £20.52 (ex. VAT)
£20.52 each (ex. VAT)
£24.62 (incl. VAT)
Product Code:PVCFLOOR051

Anti-static floor mats are specialist products designed to protect workers from the dangers of electrostatic discharge (ESD) – combined, in this case, with a measure of fatigue relief for comfort.

This very effective ESD Static Pro floor mat is practical enough to be used in just about any commercial or industrial setting where it is needed to keep workers grounded while they are operating electronic equipment or performing any task with sensitive components.

Our loose lay grey Static Pro anti-static floor mat is made of 9mm thick virgin closed cell PVC foam, with a pebbled surface. It is fitted with a 10mm male stud to enable the connection of a grounding wire and other ESD equipment, and when fully connected will give a resistance of 1 x 109Ω to 1 x 1010Ω.

It is available in two different widths – 0.6m and 0.9m – and can be cut to the required length up to 18.3m.

ESD mats such as the Static Pro need to be connected to the appropriate grounding equipment in order to provide maximum protection. Provincial Rubber has a full range of these accessories available here in our online shop, so make sure you order all you need to go with your Static Pro mat.

Any questions? We’ll be happy to answer them. Call us 0117 9541117 or contact us using the online contact form on the website.

  • Durable floor mat to protect operatives from static build-up.
  • Anti-fatigue standing surface for improved comfort.
  • Grounded via a 10mm male stud fitted to the mat.
  • Maximum performance when used with grounding wire.
  • Actual resistance: 1 x 109Ω to 1 x 1010Ω.

Virgin Closed Cell PVC Foam (Homogenous)

Surface Finish


Product Height


Operating Temperature

0°C to +60°C

Environmental Resistance

Suitable for dry indoor environments

Installation Method

Loose lay


Floor Kits where required

Cleaning Method

Brush or mop the top surface

Flame Retardancy

Conforms to FMVSS 302. Will not burn after the ignition source is removed. When ?forced? to burn, Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen Chloride fumes are emitted

Country of Origin