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From an experienced floor guy, I have the following advice:
Reasons not to go Epoxy way:===================== 1. Electricals tend to go out after time 2. Epoxy floors are never consistently dissipative throughout the surface of the floor. 3. Epoxy gets damaged (scratched/gouged) easily by moving equipment, pallets or floor-trucks/pallet-jacks and are expensive to repair.4. Once repaired they never look the same as you have patch work through out the floor. This too causes different electrical potentials.Paint is way more economical, very easy to repair and restores electrically and esthetically when scratched or gouged. My suggestions would be to use either conductive tile such as the vinyl conductive tiles, which are volume loaded and come with a life-time guarantee or use a conductive paint such as Statproof® Conductive Paint, in lieu of an epoxy-based floor.
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