Electric/Dielectric Insulation Coatings for Floor
The dielectric is an electrical insulator that is simple to polarize when an applied electric field is used. Calculating the highest voltage that can be supplied to a dielectric without causing it to fail allows one to ascertain its strength. Long-term durability is a priority in the creation of the dielectric insulation coating. Floorkrete, a developer of protective coatings and technology-based solutions, produces dielectric insulation coatings for floor. We have a team of professionals who have applied industrial paints/coatings in various industrial settings.
At Floorkrete, we are committed to positively influencing the interiors of industrial settings. Concrete floors won't degrade or exhibit signs of wear and tear over time because coatings include dielectric qualities that prevent this. As a result, these distinctive paints have an advantage over rubber mating, which is frequently employed in many applications. Dielectric floor coating is much easier to clean off quickly than corrugated matting.
Dielectric Insulation Coating
Electrogard insulation coatings are single to three component electric insulation coatings which means Dielectric Insulation Coating uniquely designed to have high electric strength, low dissipation factor, and very high surface resistivity for various electrical, electronics and telecommunication applications. Electrogard Insulation Coatings creates a beautiful surface over concrete and metal structures. Being completely nonporous, Electrogard products reduce the leakage current leading to reduction in contamination flashover.
Electric Insulation Coating
Electrogard coatings have high dielectric strength, which is the quality required for electrical insulation to protect the people in process units, service technicians and customers working on electrical systems. With the right application technique, most parts can be coated uniformly to ensure a uniform insulation barrier. Electrogard Electrical Insulation Coating range of products provides excellent electrical insulation properties with thermal stability, humidity and corrosion resistance.
Benefits of Electrogard: Dielectric & Electric Insulation Coating
Following are the special properties
- Available from 5 KV up to 120 KV breakdown voltage rating
- Comes in wide range of colours to give aesthetic look
- High compressive and tensile strength with high temperature stability
- Products are available in Fire Retardancy version
- Resistance to chemicals, oil, acids and bases
- Excellent resistance to UV radiation (suitable for indoor and outdoor applications)
- Drying is unaffected by thickness.
Features of Dielectric Floor Coating
The dielectric floor coating improves the panel room floor's security, hygiene, and aesthetics. Our excellent dielectric solutions act as "insulators" for floors and are made to lessen breakdown under voltage stress, protecting people and expensive equipment from electric shock.
- High dielectric strength & insulation resistance.
- Stiff wearing with low maintenance costs-sturdy and abrasion resistant.
- Chemicals & liquids resistant
- Zero chances of leakage
- Easily washed to uphold elevated hygiene levels
- High build high adhesion
- Smooth glossy finish
- Economical and easy to maintain recovery, patching and periodic maintenance are quick and user-friendly.
When inspected with chairs, carts, trolleys, and footwear, the floor can handle all types of traffic that have maximum conductivity in an electrical range meant to be simple to comply with.
The dielectric coating for floor needs to adhere to the most current, strictest dielectric requirements and be prepared to satisfy future standards. It must have a pleasant aesthetic, be reasonably priced, and withstand concrete vapor emissions, which can cause epoxy dielectric flooring to fail horribly.
The electrical insulation coating for floors must be persistently insulative and never cease to function.
Benefits of Dielectric Insulation Coating
Dielectric insulation coatings provide several benefits in various industries and applications, including:
- Electrical Insulation: Dielectric insulation coatings are designed to provide electrical insulation, preventing electrical current from flowing through the coated material. This is particularly useful in electrical applications, where it helps to prevent short circuits, electrical shocks, and other hazards.
- Corrosion Protection: Insulation coatings also provide excellent corrosion protection, preventing rust and other forms of corrosion from damaging the underlying material. This is particularly useful in harsh environments where the coated material is exposed to moisture, chemicals, or other corrosive substances.
- Thermal Insulation: Electrical insulation coating can also provide thermal insulation, helping to regulate temperature and prevent heat loss or gain. This is particularly useful in applications where temperature control is essential, such as HVAC systems, refrigeration units, and other industrial processes.
- Improved Durability: These coatings can also improve the durability of the underlying material, making it more resistant to wear and tear, abrasion, and other forms of damage. This can help extend the coated material's lifespan and reduce the need for repairs or replacement.
- Aesthetics: Dielectric insulation coatings can also improve the appearance of the underlying material, providing a smooth and uniform surface free from imperfections. This is particularly useful in applications where the appearance of the coated material is essential, such as in automotive or architectural applications.
Overall, electrical insulation coatings provides various benefits in various applications, making them a popular choice for many industries and businesses.
Places Electrical Insulation Coating is Necessary
- Concrete & metal floors in electrical panel rooms, Switchboards, live LV-HV switchgear & controlgear, AC rooms, transformer sub-station rooms and electric workstations
- Bus bar, ceramic insulators, electric poles, cross arms, current carrying conductors and transformer structural support
- Large welding electrodes, sensors, collectors, electric testing tools, fittings, submersible motors and cathodes ( partial insulation)
Which Coating Offer the Best Dielectric Protection?
Depending on the material choice, required coat thickness, and the part being coated, dielectric coatings can be applied by dipping, electrostatic spray, or fluidized bed processes.
Here are the standard dielectric coatings:
Epoxy – Epoxy coating for electrical insulation is very tough and long-lasting, and it provides excellent protection on even sharp edges, which can be difficult for other coatings to handle.
Halar – This fluoropolymer coating, frequently used to coat microelectronics components, is remarkably robust and smooth (negligible friction).
Nylon – Nylon is a long-lasting, sanitary, and renewable material that provides ultimate shock protection.
Plastisol – This vinyl-based coating is a go-to option for high-voltage tools and parts that safeguard linemen and other people who come into contact with live electrical currents.
Vinyl – Vinyl coatings provide excellent defense against most chemical and environmental exposures while offering reliable insulation against electrical current. They are efficient, long-lasting, and affordable.
Why Choose Floorkrete® Dielectric Flooring?
Floorkrete® is an industry-leading products and solution provider all over India of Dielectric flooring.
Here are the top reasons we are one of the best in the market:
- Our electrical insulation maintains a high dielectric strength that provides an enduring & attractive atmosphere to the work environment.
- Our team of experts is well-versed in applying industrial dielectric flooring in different industrial setups.
- Offer services at competitive pricing.
- We are strict with our schedule and work with a fast turnaround time.
- Professional assistance.
- We offer dielectric flooring for a variety of industries.
- We offer different products as per need of client
- Electrogard® ELI: Epoxy based two/three component high solid content dielectric floor coatings for long durability of more than 20 years
- Electrogard®SLI : Special resin based single component, UV resistant dielectric floor coatings
- ElectroScreed: Epoxy based two component dielectric insulation screed used as leveling coat with minimum thickness of 1 mm with durability of more than 10 years.
If you are looking for epoxy coating for electrical insulation, contact Floorkrete today for maximum satisfaction.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What makes Electrogard products different from other manufactures in the market?
Electrogard products stand out from other manufacturers due to their cutting-edge technology, superior quality, and unmatched performance. At Floorkrete, our products were designed to provide maximum efficiency, reliability, and durability.
2. Why should I choose Electrogard over rubber matt?
Electrogard offers several advantages over rubber mats. Our inventory consists of products designed to provide superior electrical insulation, shielding against electric shocks, and enhanced safety in high-voltage environments.
3. What is the expected durability of Electrogard coating?
The durability of Electrogard coating depends on various factors such as application, usage conditions, and maintenance. However, our coatings are designed to provide long-lasting protection and can withstand the rigors of demanding environments. Products can last for more than 20 years.
4. Is maintenance required for a dielectric coating?
While dielectric coatings like Electrogard are designed to be durable and provide long-lasting protection, some maintenance may be necessary to ensure optimal performance. Regular inspections are recommended to identify any signs of wear, damage, or contamination. Cleaning the coating periodically with mild detergents or approved cleaners can help remove dirt, debris, or contaminants that could compromise its effectiveness.
5. How does a dielectric coating work?
A dielectric coating works by providing an insulating layer between two conductive surfaces, preventing electrical conduction and minimizing the risk of short circuits or electrical leakage. It acts as a barrier, resisting the flow of electric current and enhancing safety in electrical systems.
6. How thick is a dielectric coating for floors?
The thickness of a dielectric coating for floors can vary depending on the application and requirements. Generally, dielectric floor coatings can range from a few mils to several tens of mils in thickness. The thickness is determined based on factors such as the voltage levels involved, the desired insulation level, and the coating type being used.
7. Is a dielectric coating resistant to chemicals and spills?
Dielectric coatings can offer resistance to certain chemicals and spills, depending on their formulation. It is important to consult the manufacturer's specifications to determine the specific chemical resistance properties of a particular dielectric coating.