From: $431.01

• .06″ thin anti static rubber matting comes in a roll.

Pads tables grounding static for ESD protection.


SizesQty 1-9Qty 10+
24″ x 50′$431.01 USD$395.10 USD
30″ x 50′$540.84 USD$495.77 USD
36″ x 50′$665.66 USD$610.19 USD


► Meets ANSI / ESD STM 4.1 Standard using FTMS 101C Method 4046.

► Lead-Free. Recyclable. Meets European Union (EU) Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) regulating the reuse of products used in electrical and electronic equipment.

PropertiesUnitsTypical ValuesTest Method
Material-Nitrile Butadiene Rubber / Carbon-
ThicknessInches.06ASTM D-2103
Tensile Strength • Top Layerkg / sq. cm> 120ASTM D-412
Tensile Strength • Bottom Layerkg / sq. cm> 160ASTM D-412
Tear Strength • Top Layerkg / sq. cm> 90ASTM D-412
Tear Strength • Bottom Layerkg / sq. cm> 100ASTM D-412
Elongation • Top Layer%350ASTM D-412
Elongation • Bottom Layer%250ASTM D-412
Hardness • Top LayerShore A50ASTM D-2240
Hardness • Bottom LayerShore A60ASTM D-2240
Gravity • Top Layer-1.3ASTM D-792
Gravity • Bottom Layer-1.4ASTM D-792
Surface Resistivity • Top Layerohms / sq.< 109ASTM D-257
Surface Resistivity • Bottom Layerohms / sq.< 105ASTM D-257
Volume Resistivity • Top Layerohms / sq.< 108ASTM D-257
Volume Resistivity • Bottom Layerohms / sq.< 104ASTM D-257
Static Decayseconds< 0.01EIA-541
Temperature ToleranceFahrenheit / Celsius187F / 86C

Connect Grounding Cables to Mats

• Improve grounding by installing snaps to connect grounding cables onto mats.

• The grounding cables should be mat grounds, or common point grounds.

ESD Grounding Method for a Mat Grounding Cable

ESD Grounding Method for a Common Point Ground

The top anti static side of the mat collects static off of hands, feet, tools, and equipment laid on top of it at a static dissipative rate, (1 x 106 to 9 x 108 ohms / square).

The bottom of the mat then conducts static to ground at a conductive rate, (1 x 103 to 9 x 104 ohms / square).

ESD Resistance Chart for an Anti Static Mat

However, if the mat is laying on top of a bench or floor made of an insulating material (like wood tables) you will need to install snaps and connect the mat to an electrical outlet with a grounding cable.

ESD Grounding Method for an ESD Workstation

It’s recommended you have grounding cables attached for every 5 feet of mat. They should not be “daisy-chained” together. Instead, directly connect the grounding cables to the electrical outlet.

Electrical outlets typically are the best path to ground the mat in any building because they follow the piping to the Earth’s electrical field underneath the building.

When connected to the electrical outlet, the mat is in electrical balance with the positive and negative charges of the building you are using it in.

Install Snaps onto Mats

1. Locate an area 1 –2 inches in the corner of the mat and punch a hole through the mat with either the prongs of the 4730 Series Snap, or with a Phillips Screw Driver to attach a 4732 Series Snap with Washer.

2. On top of the 10mm Snap protruding from the mat, connect your choice of mat ground, or common point ground.

The 10mm diameter of the sockets on the bottom of the connecting grounds match the 10mm diameter of the 4730 and 4732 Series snaps for a snug fit.

Made with nickel-plated brass, the snaps conduct static from the mat’s surface to the installed grounding cable.

ANSI / ESD S4.1 Test Data

The border line between conductive and static dissipative is 1 million ohms per square. This is also referred to as 1 meg ohm or 1 x 106 ohms.

ESD Resistance Chart for 5200 Series Thin Anti Static Mats

To satisfy the ANSI / ESD S4.1 Worksurfaces – Resistance Measurements test standard the top static dissipative part of the mat was measured using resistance-to-groundable point and resistance point-to-point tests.

ANSI / ESD S4.1 guidelines at section 8.0 recommend resistance-to-groundable point (RTG) tests should find the top surface of grounded mats measure ESD resistance between 1 x 106 and 1 x 109 ohms.

Resistance point-to-point (also known as top-to-top or RTT) tests should measure the ESD resistance of the top surface of the mats at greater than or equal to 1 x 106 ohms.

As viewable in our diagrams, all 5200 Series mat samples were recorded within the acceptable range of ESD resistance between 1 x 106 and 1 x 109 ohms, regardless of humidity, to meet the current S4.1 standard.

ESD Resistance Chart for Low Relative Humidity Test of 5200 Series Thin ESD Mat

In our low relative humidity test, the sample with the least resistance measured 1.4 x 107 ohms / square.

The mat sample with the highest resistance measured 4.0 x 107 ohms, which is 40,000,000 ohms.

ESD Resistance Chart for Moderate Relative Humidity Test of 5200 Series Thin ESD Mat

In our moderate relative humidity test, the mat sample with the least resistance measured 1.1 x 107 ohms, which is 11,000,000 ohms.

The mat sample with the highest resistance measured 2.7 x 107 ohms, which is 27,000,000 ohms.

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