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Question Dear Sir,

Terry Skrypek, at Marlborough site of Compaq, told me he bought ESD wax from
you and used it about 1 1/2 years ago.

What is the brand or vendor name of the ESD wax? How much is the cost? How
much is the volume? How often to apply it?
How long does the wax hold up for once it is applied on the floor?

Let me know. Thanks.
Answer The floor finish he used was our Statproof® Zinc Free Floor Finish. We currently package it in 1, 5 and 55 gallon containers.

Zinc Free Floor Finish
Floor Finish, 1 gallon bottle
Zinc free - for companies wanting to reduce discharge of zinc in waste water. Non-tribocharging formula prevents charge generation. 18% solids formula is easy to apply, improving productivity. Only quality components used, without adding wax fillers and resins. Shines without buffing - buffing is optional. UL classified for slip resistance only - ensures walker safety and mitigates user’s liability exposure. Coverage: 2,00-2,500 sq ft/gallon. RTT: 107 ohms per ESD S4.1 @ 50% RH. 

Price/Quan per Gallon for single gallon packaging:
1-2 3-4 5+
US$43.30 US$40.27 US$37.24

COVERAGE
Statproof ® Dissipative Floor Finish covers approximately 2,000 square feet per gallon per coat on smooth surfaces. Coverage is less on coarse or textured surfaces. With 18% solids, Statproof ® Floor Finish is easier to apply with significantly better productivity than competing brands. 
Floor Finish Application It is recommended that three coats of Statproof ® Floor Finish be put down in the initial application.

The frequency of reapplication is dependent on usage/traffic on the floor. High traffic areas will need to be maintained more often than low traffic areas. Typically strip and re-coat once a year, with scheduled maintenance per the Tech Brief PS-2026.

Hope this helps.
 
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