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Switchboard Matting - Corrugated / Diamond Pattern

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Corrugated & Diamond Switchboard Matting - ASTMD

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A specially compounded non-conductive corrugated or diamond surfaced matting designed to help prevent electrical shock around high voltage electrical equipment, such as fuse boxes and control panels. Switchboard matting conforms to OSHA requirements for electrical protective devices and is tested to ASTMD-178 requirements, with certification engraved on back. Every roll is proof tested at the specified voltage over the entire surface. Dielectric test strength exceeds specification requirements for additional safety margin. Dielectric switchboard matting also meets the optional requirements cited by ASTM for flame resistance, ozone resistance and oil resistance. Certification engraved on back.

3/16" Thick, Type II, Class 1 Switchboard - CORRUGATED

  • DIELECTRIC TEST VOLTAGE 20,000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at 10,000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum Use Voltage 7,500 VAC
  • Size: 3’ × 75’ Weight/Lin.Ft: 3.9 lbs
  • Dielectric Test Voltage: 20.000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at: 10.000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum use voltage: 7.500 VAC
  • Color: Black. (Full rolls only)

1/4" Thick, Type II, Class 2 Switchboard - CORRUGATED

  • DIELECTRIC TEST VOLTAGE 30,000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at 20,000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum Use Voltage 17,000 VAC
  • Size: 2’ × 75’ Weight/Lin.Ft: 3.5 lbs
  • Size: 3’ × 75’ Weight/Lin.Ft: 5.2 lbs
  • Size: 4’ × 75’ Weight/Lin.Ft: 6.8 lbs
  • Dielectric Test Voltage: 30.000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at: 20.000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum use voltage: 17.000 VAC
  • Color: Black only

1/4" Thick, Type II, Class 2 Diamond Pattern

  • DIELECTRIC TEST VOLTAGE 30,000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at 20,000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum Use Voltage 17,000 VAC
  • Size: 2’ × 75’ Weigh/Lin.Ftt: 3.5 lbs
  • Size: 3’ × 75’ Weigh/Lin.Ftt: 5.2 lbs
  • Size: 4’ × 75’ Weigh/Lin.Ftt: 6.8 lbs
  • Dielectric Test Voltage: 30.000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at: 20.000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum use voltage: 17.000 VAC
  • Color: Black (Black/Yellow is 36” only)

3/8" Thick, Type II, Class 3 Switchboard - CORRUGATED

  • DIELECTRIC TEST VOLTAGE 40,000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at 30,000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum Use Voltage 26,500 VAC
  • Size: 3' x 75' Weight/Lin.Ft: 7.7 lbs
  • Dielectric Test Voltage: 40.000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at: 30.000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum use voltage: 26.500 VAC
  • Color: Black. (Full rolls only)

1/2" Thick, Type II, Class 4 Switchboard - CORRUGATED

  • DIELECTRIC TEST VOLTAGE 50,000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at 40,000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum Use Voltage 36,000 VAC
  • Size: 3’ × 30’ Weight/Lin.Ft: 10.7 lbs
  • Dielectric Test Voltage: 50.000 VAC
  • Proof Tested over entire surface at: 40.000 VAC
  • Recommended Maximum use voltage: 36.000 VAC
  • Color: Black. (Full rolls only)

Additional Info

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Model MS-SBM-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships No
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety

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