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Low humidity control

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 02 06:58:07 EST 2011 | mikeyjryan

Hello, The company I work for are located in the North of Spain and the humidity levels in the factory range from 10 to 60 %RH. We have concerns about the low humidity effects on our ESD controls and want to invest in a system to keep the humidity a

Static control for shelving

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 08 15:30:50 EDT 2003 | bman

Hello all, I'm working at a CM with less then ideal material storage shelving when it comes to ESD protection. I've got ordinary painted shelving units that I need make ESD safe. I'm considering dissipative mats or spray coatings for each shelf, t

Static control for shelving

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 08 19:03:08 EDT 2003 | scott

Hello all, > > I'm working at a CM with less then > ideal material storage shelving when it comes to > ESD protection. I've got ordinary painted > shelving units that I need make ESD safe. I'm > considering dissipative mats or spray coatings

Static control for shelving

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 13 12:58:32 EDT 2003 | babe

Lets try this again, Every shelf system should be grounded individually. Every six feet per EOS/ESD requirements. Do not daisy chain anything. Secondly, Depending on the depth of paint,style of pain that your shelving system has. A static charge woul

Static control for shelving

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 08 18:06:35 EDT 2003 | davef

Antistat sprays are a waste of time and money. These sprays just soaps disolved in water that absorb moisture from the air. Your minimum requirements: Conductive floor mats and wrist straps that are properly grounded. From there, consider using

Static control for shelving

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 08 18:00:34 EDT 2003 | kenBliss

Hi Bman At the risk of coming off as a �sales type�, you appear to be looking for a solution provider and probably opinions on your ideas. Regarding your method mentioned, This is not the most efficient way to run a stockroom but will work and will

Humidity control in assembly area.

Electronics Forum | Mon May 01 17:29:25 EDT 2000 | Joe

Hi, We have a climatic controlled assembly area, with a constant temp of 22 deg C and a relative humidity of 40 - 50 %. What I would like to ask is how should I approach a situation when the humidity starts to decrease to below 40%. The situation I'

Re: Humidity control in assembly area.

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 20:04:21 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Joe: Hey, just hose everyone down with water when your humidity starts to decrease to below 40%. ;-) Actually, that�s how some humidity controllers work, when added to your heating system. Well basically that�s how they work. I�m not tryin� to

Re: Humidity control in assembly area.

Electronics Forum | Fri May 05 05:51:44 EDT 2000 | Joe

Thanks for the info. Our system is capable of holding the set limits, but since breakdowns do happen I am considering what to do. So while everything is running, we have a climatic controlled area. The min. relative humidity of 40% comes from the JE

How to control and purchase the ESD at production floor

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 10 07:36:50 EST 2005 | umar

I want to implement total ESD at my production floor but right now I got problem to get the ESD material and also I don't have the actual spec guideline for implementation.

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