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static electricity buildup

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 23 01:39:29 EDT 2002 | ianchan

Hi, 1) Was reading the links provided by Dave F, under the thread "waste" which was about the ESD grounding of drums. 2) thanks to Dave F, now have "back-bone" refer sources to explain ESD terms to those who ask and seek to better understand this n

static electricity buildup

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 24 21:25:46 EDT 2002 | davef

PROPER GROUNDING OF THE "OBJECT" PCBA BOARD: You cannot ground an insulator. Insulators accumulate a charge, but the charge must be neutralized, usually by ionization. We only use ionizers at tape stations and bins where travelers and other paper

New facility flooring choices TILE, EPOXY, rubber tile, sheet, carpet

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 29 16:26:59 EDT 2014 | hegemon

Our facility is 5 years in the current configuration. We are in 75K sq/ft and went with glued down fully conductive tile throughout the factory. Looks great after 5 years, and we have a lot of traffic. In this setup, those same high traffic area

ESD Floor Wax

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 26 09:47:14 EST 2012 | davef

5 ESD Floor Wax * ElectraGlaze: esd floor wax unitedesd.com/static_control_wax.html * Static Solutions AF-5500 OHM Shield Floor Finish all-spec.com/products/AF-5500.htm * Staticide® Ultra aclstaticide.com

Thermal Profiler Shield

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 01 09:31:26 EDT 2006 | marc

All data loggers will be warmer at the higher lead free temps. Only two ways around this... better thermal barriers or fans after the profile to cool it down. Some places do not allow fans on the production floor due to static electricity, in that

To who have built a SMT factory before

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 06 13:43:38 EDT 1999 | Walid Khalil

Dear Sirs We are about to start up a new facility for computer prepherals assembly in Egypt hence we need some advice would you please help ? 1- What is the most suitable material for floor considering Anti static precautions. I have many more questi

%RH in the Production Hall

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 17 11:28:16 EDT 2006 | SWAG

Lower RH = more static build-up on production floor = greater chance of ESD damage to product. Primarily, I think your SMT print job can be affected by RH which could cause defects like the ones you mention. Look at ANSI/ESD S20.20 for more info an

Smurf Coats

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 11 12:36:08 EST 2001 | PeteC

I have often questioned the value of static dissipative coats or smocks. If we have an ESD floor, and are wearing ESD shoes or straps and are using wrist ground straps, what value is there in ESD coats/smocks?????????

Re: Static Concerns

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 12 09:59:13 EST 1999 | Russ Steiner

| I know that static concerns are very important in your work. Are static concerns eliminated by the antic-static devices you wear or which are in your environment, or do the hand tools you use, such as picks, tweezers and brushes, need to be anti-st

ESD....Limiting Resistor

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 08 14:13:51 EDT 2009 | stepheniii

Actually that reminds me I remember one place I visited that wore two heel straps for saftey purposes. The reasoning was that if you touched a live wire with one hand and only had the heel strap on the other foot the current would go through your he

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