Model : GS-SL , Top Surface : Anti Slip Corrugated IEC 61111:2009 : CLASS 1 , Voltage Withstand Clause 184.108.40.206 Dielectric Test Voltage : 20kV , Nominal Maximum Use Voltage : 7.5 kV This webpage is designed to give informative guidance to potential and existing users wishing to conform to the new EU/UK requirements for supply and use of matting with electrical safety and resistance characteristics and make the correct choice from the explanations and details listed below .
A) Which product is the correct Electrical Insulating Matting for protection against electric shock risk ? BS EN 61111:2009 is the latest standard for electrical insulating matting in providing electrical protection.
B) International Withdrawal of BS921:1976 ? This old standard is being withdrawn on 1st Jan 2013 ( Standard number , BS 921: 1976 , Published in March 1976 , Specification : Rubber mats for electrical purposes , status : WITHDRAWN ) as it conflicts with IEC61111:2009.
C) Quality Assurance Our Switchboard Mattings are backed with a detailed test certificate from an independently accredited Malaysia Test Facility .
Our Switchboard matting / high voltage insulation rubber was tested according to TNB technical specification : A) BS EN 61111 Clause 220.127.116.11 , Voltage Withstand Test
Scope , Usage & Application :- High Voltage Insulation Rubber Mats / Non Conductive Mats - Most commonly called Switchboard matting, these non-conductive mats insulate workers, protecting from deadly shocks generated by high voltage equipment. High Voltage Insulation Rubber mats are NORMALLY used as floor covering around electrical panels such as Power Transformer Rooms , Sub-Station , High Voltage Panels , LT & HT Labs, Control Panels etc , act as a safety pre-cautious for workers from electrical shock whether they are involved directly in electricity generation, transmission, distribution or its use. Eventually , the High Voltage Insulation Rubber Mats need to be tested ( with proven data from LOCAL or international accredited testing body ) before being place at electrical generator rooms .
A) Product Characteristic :- 1) Material : NATURAL RUBBER ( NR ) BASE POLYMER
2) Model Name : ( GS-SL ) Switchboard Matting / High Voltage Insulation Rubber Mat -- with Anti Slip ( Corrugated ) on Top Surface , Withstood 20kV ( Class 1 ) , 3mm Nominal Thickness , BLACK Colour with Test Certificate No. : TNBR/HVLT-2019-07/005 ( BS EN 61111 : 2009 Clause 18.104.22.168 )
3) Product Compliance Status :-
A) BS EN 61111 Clause 22.214.171.124 Class 1 , Voltage Withstand Test
B) Comply to RoHS I & II , On 4th June 2015, Commission Directive (EU) 2015/863 was published in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) to include the phthalates ( BBP, DBP, DEHP and DIBP , these are used to soften PVC and Vinyl ) into ANNEX II of the RoHS Recast Directive.
The new law restricts each phthalate to no more than 0.1% ( mg/kg = ppm ; 0.1wt% = 1,000ppm ) in each homogeneous material of an electrical product.
4) Surface finishing : with anti slip corrugated surface to provide safe working environment 5) Specific gravity : ± 1.50 g/cm³ 6) Hardness : 60 ± 5 Shore A 7) Elongation : Min ± 250 % 8) Tensile Strength : Min ± 5 MPa
9) OUR available Dimension : Material Type : Natural Rubber ( NR ) base polymer with anti slip CORRUGATED surface , Corrugated ridges run parallel to the length of the roll. BS EN 61111 : 2009 Class 1 ( Withstood 20kV ) , GS-SL A) Model : GS-SL 4 , Switchboard Matting, ( Black colour ) , 3mm Tk x 915mm ( 0.915 m or 3ft ) Width x 10,000mm ( 10 m ) Length / roll ( ~38 kgs / pc ) , carton size : 230mm x 230mm x 1100mm =0.058 m³
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Disclaimer : * Note : Users need to evaluate suitability for their industries use ( applications ) before placing order from us . The Information provided on this website best advsie our customers corresponds to current electrical matting standards . In the individual case it is the sole responsibility of the customer to evaluate requirements , in particular if specified properties are sufficient for use .