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Smooth Military Switchboard Type I
- Designed for permanent installation using any vinyl-compatitable mastic adhesive
- Non-conductive, smooth marbelized surface
- Easy to clean with exceptional ozone and oil resistance
- Details & Composition
- Test Results
- Chemical Resistance
Parameters of Category: Specifications - General
|Solid or Drainage||Solid|
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Test Specification & Results
|Property||Test / Result|
|Flammability||Passes Mil, 15562-G and FMVSS 302|
|Taber Abrasion||Not Available|
|Temperature Range||ASTM D1056 -20 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit|
|Coefficient of Friction||ASTM F1677 / Dry: COF = .79|
|Compression Deflection||Not Available|
|Tear Strength||ASTM D412-98a Die C 500 psi|
|ESD Rating||Not Applicable|
|Dielectric Strength||30,000 volts (maximum recommended use 7,500 volts)|
- A = Performs well
- B = Slightly affected
- C = Moderately affected
- D = Highly affected
- U = Not recommended
- NT = Not tested
|Bleach Solution (10% Dilute)||NT||B||B||C||C||C|
|Brake Fluid (Silicone Based)||U||A||B||A||B||B|
|Chlorine Solution (3% Dilute)||C||A||B||C||C||C|
|Cutting Fluid (Mineral Oil Based)||U||B||B||B||C||D|
|Hydraulic Oil (Petroleum)||U||A||B||D||D||D|
|Hydrochloric Acid Cole (37% Dilute)||U||C||C||B||B||B|
|Lindol (Hydraulic Fluid)||NT||U||NT||U||U||U|
|Transmission Fluid (Type A)||U||B||A||C||U||U|
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Q: What is Switchboard matting?
A: Also referred to as non-conductive matting, these products serve as an insulative barrier to protect personnel from dangerous and deadly shock. It's commonly used around high voltage areas, fuse boxes, switchgear, control panels and heavy machinery.
Q: How is the electrical insulation value of the matting rated?
A: In accordance with Mil Spec 15562-G Amend. 3, Type I with a dielectric strength of 30,000 volts.
Q: How often should switchboard matting be replaced?
A: All switchboard matting should be inspected and/or replaced every year to ensure the safety of personnel.
Q: Why is it called "Military" switchboard matting?
A: This product passes Mil-DTL 15562-G and FMVSS 302 standards for facilities with these governing requirements.
Q: How is it properly installed?
A: Please consult “Naval Ships Technical Manual Chapter 634 – Deck Coverings” for specific guidelines for installation.
Q: Are the colors shown on your website the exact color I should expect to receive?
A: No, because monitors vary so there may be a slight variance in the color. If color choice is critical, we suggest that you order a sample. Due to manufacturing processes and material dye lots, color can vary, but our products fall within an industry-standard acceptable variation.