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ECP 534 Static Dissipative Powder Coating

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  • ECP 534 Static Dissipative Powder Coating

ECP 534 Static Dissipative Powder Coating

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Quick Overview

ECP 534 Static Dissipative Powder Coating for used in the electronics industry where ESD (electro static discharge) is to be avoided.


ECP 534 Static Dissipative Powder Coating

 ECP 534 is a static dissipative powder coating based on a carboxylated polyester resin modified with epoxies.  Designed where the user requires anti static electrostatic dissipative properties in addition to a superior decorative finish eg, static safe work benches, racks, trolleys etc, it offers excellent flow, toughness and good chemical resistance.  A range of substrates may be coated.  Used in the electronics industry where ESD (electro static discharge) is to be avoided.

Powder properties

A thermosetting powder coating based on selected solid polyester resins cross linked with an epoxy curing system.

  • Specific gravity 1.90 g/cm3
  • Coverage from 10 - 14 m2/kg at 60 microns film thickness

Curing schedule

Normal cure

  • 6 minutes at 2000C (object temperature)
  • 10 minutes at 1800C (object temperature)
  • 20 minutes at 1600C (object temperature)

To achieve matt finishes the high temperature schedule is generally required.

Technical Properties

All tests have been carried out on degreased zinc-phosphated steel coated at 70μm and cured at 10 minutes at 1800C object temperature.

ECP 534 offers:-

  • Excellent static dissipation
  • Good resistance to corrosion
  • Good resistance against chemicals
  • Excellent adhesion
  • High surface hardness
  • Limited gloss stability against UV exposure
  • Surface resistivity <109Ω/sq ASTM D257
  • Charge decay 5000V - 50V <2 seconds JC1155
  • Pencil hardness - 1-3H
  • Flexibility-bend test BS3900:Part E1:1970 Pass - 3/16 inch
  • Adhesion - cross hatch BS 3900: Part E6:1974 classification Gt0 - no loss of adhesion
  • Erichsen-Cupping test BS 3900: Part E4:1976 5 - 10 mm depending on colour and type
  • Impact test - 10 - >160kg cm according to colour and type

Corrosion Resistance

  • Salt spry ASTM B117 - more than 500 hours with creepage of corrosion less than 2mm from scribe mark
  • Kersternich Test - DIN 50018 KFW2.0S - more than 10 cycles with creepage less than 2mm from scribe mark
  • Humidity Test - BS3900:F2:1973 - More than 1000 hours without effect

Weathering Resistance


Chemical Resistance

Chemical resistance, like mechanical resistance tends to improve with higher temperature cures.

Excellent resistance against:-

  • Seawater
  • Tap water
  • Sulphuric acid, 20%
  • Phosphoric acid 30%
  • Sodium hydroxide 30%
  • Acetic acid 20%
  • High alcohols

Limited resistance against:-

  • Hydrochloric acid cone
  • Nitric acid 30%
  • Petrol
  • Aromatic solvents

Storage stability

When stored in cool (<250C) dry conditions - 12 months


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Health & Safety

See health and safety data sheet available from TBA PS.  This products does NOT contain Triglycidyl Isocyanurate (TGIC).

Contact TBA Protective Solutions on 44 (0)1706 647718 to talk to an anti static dissipative coatings expert.


This information is given in good faith but no liability will be accepted by the company in relation to the same.  The acquisition of additional information may necessitate revisions to parts or all of the above and such information will be supplied as it becomes available.  As the company's products are used for a multiplicity of purposes and as the company has no control over the method of their application or use, the company excludes all conditions or warranties, express or implied, by statute or otherwise as to their products and/or their fitness for any particular purpose.  Any technical co-operation between the company and the customer is given for the customer's assistance only and without liability on the part of the company.