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Style and substance for StaticStop’s newest iteration of SelecTile.

CONTACT:  Steven V. Dubin, (781) 582-1061, sdubin@prworkzone.com


In the past, buyers chose StaticStop’s SelecTile for its superior ESD qualities and lived with the choice of color—available in black only. With the latest version of SelecTile, StaticStop offers the same ESD effectiveness but also available in gray and possibly additional colors upon request.

“The previous version of SelecTile was made using graphite, which is why we could only offer it in black. By adding a metallic composite fiber, we can make other colors with the same outstanding ESD qualities,” said Thomas Ricciardelli, president of SelecTech, Inc., parent company of StaticStop a leader in the manufacture of innovative flooring products from recycled materials. “The new and improved SelecTile also has a number of other benefits that make it more aesthetically pleasing and cost-effective.”

The new SelecTile is made of 96 percent of recycled materials and is 100 percent recyclable. So, it can be produced and reproduced in a more cost-effective manner without sacrificing effectiveness and durability. SelecTile offers lifetime static control and can withstand heavy forklift and hand-truck traffic.

StaticStop’s SelecTile employs a patented interlocking technology for easy installation without messy glues or adhesives. That enables new flooring to be installed with little or no down time.

Beyond easy installation and portability, SelecTile offers acoustic and ergonomic benefits for workers over epoxy flooring surfaces.

StaticStop’s SelecTile is made from materials that create a static-controlled environment, perfect for industries that significantly utilize electronics and sensitive data like electronics manufacturing, communications, aerospace, biotech, healthcare industries, and other high-tech industries.

StaticStop’s SelecTile is manufactured to provide a durable and long-lasting floor covering under a range of temperature and exposure conditions and is backed by a 10-Year limited warranty against wear. Since it is made with recycled materials, SelecTile is the only ESD conductive flooring of its kind that can contribute to LEED™ Credits.

To request samples and a copy of ESD flooring binder, please call 508-583-3200 or visit www.selectech1.wpengine.com.

About Static Stop

Static Stop is a division of SelecTech, Inc., which was founded in 1993 with the mission of creating valuable products from scrap plastics. The company has become a leader in the manufacture of flooring products from recycled materials and uses one million pounds of recycled materials annually. Their products are made with up to 100 percent recycled content, are 100 percent recyclable and installed without adhesives making them some of the “greenest” and most cost-effective flooring products available. The unique interlock system on SelecTech’s flooring products enable them to be installed at a much lower cost, without a lot of costly downtime, which provides significant value to customers.

Selectech’s ESD flooring division, Static Stop™, is a full service ESD flooring products and services provider. Static Stop manufacturers patented interlocking ESD flooring products including Freestyle ESD™ and Selectile ESD™ interlocking tiles. They also offer a full service line of ESD flooring including ESD Vinyl Tile, ESD Carpet Tile, ESD Epoxy Coatings and ESD Cleaning and Finishing products.

Using state-of-the-art technology and innovative product design, SelecTech created the top performing Place N’ Go residential flooring products, which are available at Home Depot. They are also the creators and manufacturers of the renowned commercial and industrial FreeStyle Flooring™ and BioLock™ products. SelecTech is a vendor partner of Health Care Institute (HCI), an International Facility Management Association (IFMA) alliance partner and Starnet, an international flooring contractor cooperative. The company is headquartered at 33 Wales Avenue, Suite F in Avon, MA. For more information about SelecTech, visit selectech.com.