3M 9900 Series Baby Gym User Manual

3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mats 9900 Series
User’s Guide
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Table of Contents
Section Page
Safety Information.................................................................................................3
1.0 Installation of 3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mats 9900 and 9920....................................5
2.0 Installation and Assembly of 3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mat Runner 9910.................6
3.0 Optional Permanent Bonding of Runner Sections with Adhesive...................8
4.0 Cleaning Guidelines.......................................................................................10
5.0 Optional Accessories......................................................................................11
6.0 Specifications.................................................................................................12
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Read, understand, and follow all safety information contained in these
instructions prior to installation and use of the 3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mats 9900
Series. Retain these instructions for future reference.
Intended Use
Anti-Fatigue Mats are intended for use in electronic/electrical assembly facilities
requiring conductive floor matting for control of static electricity. They are
intended for use in an indoor environment and not intended for use where
insulating matting is required. They have not been evaluated for other uses or
locations.
Explanation of Signal Word Consequences
WARNING:
CAUTION:
• Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury and/or property damage.
• Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided,
may result in property damage.
Indicates a potentially damaging situation, which, if not avoided,
may result in damage to the mat.
Explanation of Product Safety Label Symbols
Lifting Hazard
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WARNING:
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to 3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mats 9900 Series
being used in areas requiring insulating type matting:
• Anti-Fatigue Mats are electrically conductive – do not use these mats in areas with possible
exposure to high voltage.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to Anti-Fatigue Mats being installed
with an incorrect grounding lead:
• Do not use Anti-Fatigue Mats without using the correct grounding cord, 3M™ Ground Cord 3040.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to Anti-Fatigue Mats being grounded
through an alternate ground path:
• Grounded equipment or objects should not contact the mat. This could bypass the 1.0 MΩ resistor in
the ground cord.
To reduce the risk associated with back strain due to the heavy weight of the mats:
• Follow safe lifting procedures during installation or moving.
To reduce the risk associated with foot slip hazards due to improper maintenance:
• Follow proper cleaning procedures as outlined in this instruction manual.
• Do not use paste wax or vinyl cleaners.
• Do not treat the mat surface with any protective films or floor finishes.
CAUTION:
To reduce the risks associated with improper cleaning of the mats, which, if not avoided may
result in electrostatic overstress damage to static sensitive electronic components:
• Follow proper cleaning procedure outlined in this instruction manual.
• Do not use hydrocarbon solvents such as paint thinner.
• Do not use oil-based cleaning solutions.
To reduce the risks associated with improper cleaning of the mats, which, if not avoided may
result in physical damage to the mats:
• Follow proper cleaning procedure outlined in this instruction manual.
• Do not use hydrocarbon solvents such as paint thinner.
• Do not use oil-based cleaning solutions.
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1.0Installation of 3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mats 9900 and 9920
WARNING:
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to Anti-Fatigue Mats 9900 Series
being used in areas requiring insulating type matting:
• Anti-Fatigue Mats are electrically conductive – do not use this matting in areas with possible
exposure to high voltage.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to Anti-Fatigue Mats being installed
with an incorrect grounding lead:
• Do not use Anti-Fatigue Mats without using the correct grounding cord, 3M™ Ground Cord 3040.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to Anti-Fatigue Mats being grounded
through an alternate ground path:
• Grounded equipment or objects should not contact the mat. This could bypass the 1.0 MΩ resistor in
the ground cord.
To reduce the risk associated with back strain due to the heavy weight of the mats:
• Follow safe lifting procedures during installation or moving.
1. Pre-clean the floor area where the mat is to be installed.
2. Place mat into desired location.
3. Attach the supplied ground cord (Ground Cord 3040) to the female snap on
the mat.
4. Route ground cord to ground point and connect the ring terminal on the other
end of the ground cord to an approved ESD ground.
Note: If the mat is being placed on an ESD conductive/dissipative tile or epoxy flooring it may not be
necessary to connect a ground cord to the mat. The ESD flooring may be able to provide a sufficient
ESD ground path for the mat. Verify the surface to ground resistance following measurement
method outlined in ESD Standard ANSI/ESD S7.1. This can be done using the 3M™ Test Kit 701,
which includes a megohmmeter and electrodes (see Optional Accessories section) or an equivalent
measurement system.
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2.0Installation and Assembly of 3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mat Runner 9910
WARNING:
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to Anti-Fatigue Mats 9900 Series
being used in areas requiring insulating type matting:
• Anti-Fatigue Mats are electrically conductive – do not use this matting in areas with possible
exposure to high voltage.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to Anti-Fatigue Mats being installed
with an incorrect grounding lead:
• Do not use Anti-Fatigue Mats without using the correct grounding cord, 3M™ Ground Cord 3040.
To reduce the risk associated with hazardous voltage due to Anti-Fatigue Mats being grounded
through an alternate ground path:
• Grounded equipment or objects should not contact the mat. This could bypass the 1.0 MΩ resistor in
the ground cord.
To reduce the risk associated with back strain due to the heavy weight of the mats:
• Follow safe lifting procedures during installation or moving.
1. Pre-clean the floor area where the mat runner is to be installed.
2. Before assembling the runner, lay out each mat section in the appropriate
sequence. Sequence numbers can be found on the back of each section along
the molded rubber edge. Match the numbers so the number on one section is
next to the same number on the next section. (Figures 1 - 3)
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
3. Move the end section of the runner with connector tabs into
the desired position with the tubular cells against the floor
surface. Place the next runner section in position according
to its sequence number. Proceed in like manner placing
each runner section in position according to the numbering
sequence until the whole runner is laid out unconnected on the
floor. (Figure 4)
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Figure 4
4. Kneel or squat on the first section of the 3M™ Anti-Fatigue
Mat Runner 9910 Series with the connector tabs in front
of you and pull the next runner section towards you until
its edges aligns with the edge of the first runner section.
(Figure 5)
5. Drop it in place so the tubular cells of the second section fit
into the connector holes on the tabs of the first section. Use
a repeated ‘patting’ motion with the palms of your hands
to seat the cells into the connector holes until the adjacent
section surfaces are flush with each other. Repeat this process
proceeding down the runner length until the entire runner is
connected. (Figures 6 & 7)
Note: You may remove individual sections as needed for cleaning and
replace them without disturbing other sections of the runner, or you may
roll-up the connected sections from one end, clean, and then roll it out
again. Minor repositioning of the runner and connections may be required
from time to time.
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
6. Attach the supplied ground cord to the snap on the mat.
7. Connect the terminal on the other end of the ground cord to an approved ESD
ground.
Note: If the mat is being placed on an ESD conductive/dissipative tile or epoxy flooring it may
not be necessary to connect a ground cord to the mat. The ESD flooring may be able to provide
a sufficient ESD ground path for the mat. Verify the surface to ground resistance following
measurement method outlined in ESD Standard ANSI/ESD S7.1. This can be done using the 3M™
Test Kit 701, which includes a megohmmeter and electrodes (see Optional Accessories section)
or an equivalent measurement system.
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3.0Optional Permanent Bonding of Runner Sections with Adhesive
WARNING:
To reduce the risk associated with back strain due to the heavy weight of the mats:
• Follow safe lifting procedures during installation or moving.
Note: Permanent adhering of the runner sections together with an adhesive may create a continuous
runner that is very heavy and difficult to move or reposition. Trying to move a heavy runner may
cause the rubber or the seams to tear, so use caution when deciding to permanently adhere runner
seams together.
1. Proceed through step 5 as described in the previous section in the Runner
Assembly Instructions, connecting the first section of the 3M™ Anti-Fatigue
Mat Runner 9910 Series to the second section of the runner as illustrated.
After the first two sections are connected, push the second section away from
you to produce a gap/opening in the seam. (Figures 1 & 2)
Figure 1
Figure 2
2. Insert the tip of the supplied adhesive bottle into the seam, applying a small
bead of adhesive along the edge of the top surface of the mat section facing
you. (Figure 3)
Figure 3
3. Using the palms of your hands again, move quickly to pull the runner section
together, pulling and patting the runner towards you to get the seam to close.
(Figures 4 & 5)
Figure 4
Figure 5
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4. As necessary, apply localized pressure to close the adhered seam of the 3M™
Anti-Fatigue Mat Runner 9910 Series. It may be necessary to hold pressure
for 10-15 seconds until the adhesive bonds the two pieces. (Figures 6 & 7)
Figure 6
Figure 7
5. The beveled edges of the seam are adhered separately. Pull the beveled edge
up to expose its edge and apply adhesive then push the two beveled edges of
the adhered sections together. (Figures 8 & 9)
Figure 8
Figure 9
6. Adhere subsequent runner seams in the same fashion, proceeding down the
length of the runner.
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4.0Cleaning Guidelines
WARNING:
To reduce the risk associated with back strain due to the heavy weight of the mats:
• Follow safe lifting procedures during installation or moving.
To reduce the risk associated with foot slip hazards due to improper maintenance:
• Follow proper cleaning procedures as outlined in this instruction manual.
• Do not use paste wax or vinyl cleaners.
• Do not treat the mat surface with any protective films or floor finishes.
CAUTION:
To reduce the risks associated with improper cleaning of the mats, which, if not avoided may
result in electrostatic overstress damage to static sensitive electronic components:
• Follow proper cleaning procedure outlined in this instruction manual.
• Do not use hydrocarbon solvents such as paint thinner.
• Do not use oil-based cleaning solutions.
To reduce the risks associated with improper cleaning of the mats, which, if not avoided may
result in physical damage to the mats:
• Follow proper cleaning procedure outlined in this instruction manual.
• Do not use hydrocarbon solvents such as paint thinner.
• Do not use oil-based cleaning solutions.
Note: 3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mats 9900 Series are constructed of durable SBR rubber that can be easily
cleaned with the recommended cleaner and techniques below. Clean mats as needed. The following
recommendations are provided to prolong the life of your mat product:
1. Remove loose debris from the surface.
• Vacuum with air suction or sweep with a stiff broom.
Note: Use of a vacuum with rotating brushes is not recommended. A rotating brush can leave
permanent marks on the mat surface and burn in an image.
2. Use 3M™ General Purpose Cleaner Ready-to-Use (Product No. 8, 3M™ Twist
‘n Fill System) or comparable neutral cleaner. Follow label directions for
proper cleaner dilution.
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• For small mat areas apply the cleaner with a trigger spray bottle. Scrub and
remove excess liquid from the mat surface with a dampened sponge or lintfree cloth.
• For larger mat areas apply the cleaner with a mop and bucket. To reduce film
build-up change out the cleaning solution frequently.
Note: It is not necessary to rinse the mat surface.
5.0Optional Accessories
3M™ Test Kit for Static Control Surfaces 701
A lightweight, user-friendly megohmmeter plus all of the components needed to
make testing mats and other surfaces simple and accurate.
701
Test Kit for Static-Control Surfaces
Kit contains:
1 Megohmmeter 12 0z. (340 g);
1.8 x 3.3 x 4.6 in. (4.57 x 8.38 x 11.68)
2 Test Weights 5 lbs. (2.27 kg) each
1 Insulated Bulldog Clip
1 Alligator Clip
1 Continuity Test Plate
2 Batteries (3.6V and 1.5V)
1 Operator’s Manual
1 Molded Carrying case
3M™ General Purpose Cleaner (Product No. 8, 3M™ Twist ‘n Fill System)
High-performance, all-purpose cleaner. For floors,
walls and other non-porous surfaces.
Contact: 3M Building and Commercial Services
Divison Care Division
1-800-852-9722
www.3M.com/commcare
3M™ Ground Cord 3040, 15 ft. with 10 mm Snap
Molded-in male snap fastener with integral 1-megohm resistor on one end, solderless terminal on other.
Connects all 3M™ Anti-Fatigue Mats and Runners
9900 Series to building ground.
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6.03M™ Anti-Fatigue Mats 9910 Series Specifications
Part Number
Description
3M ID Number
9900
3 ft. x 5 ft. (0.9 m x 1.5 m) Anti-Fatigue Mat
98-0798-5635-1
9900
2 ft. x 3 ft. Anti-Fatigue Mat
98-0798-5748-2
9910
3 ft. x custom length Anti-Fatigue Mat Runner
98-0798-5636-9
9920
22 in. Anti-Fatigue Mat, Octagonal Shape
98-0798-5674-0
One 3M™ Ground Cord 3040, 15 ft. (4.6 m) is included with each mat.
Property
Typical Value
Size
Standard: 3 ft. x 5 ft. (0.9 m x 1.5 m) , 2 ft. x 3 ft. (0.6 m x 0.9 m) and
Octagonal 22 in. (55.9 cm) diameter
Runners: 3 ft. width x custom length
Thickness
0.600 inches (1.52 cm) with beveled edge
Durometer
46 Shore A
Composition
SBR Rubber Polymers
Cleaning
Sweep, vacuum or damp mop
Color
Black
Edges
Solid molded rubber
Resistance:
Surface to Ground Snap (RTG)
Surface to Fround (RTT)
<1 x 105 Ω
<2 x 105 Ω
Warranty
3 years limited warranty
*Tested per ESD STMS7.1
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