At Correct Products, we provide a variety of ESD packaging, shipping and material handling solutions. A popular solution for many custom applications is an ESD thermoformed plastic container, ESD tray, insert or clamshell. Our ESD thermoforming capabilities can be utilized for both large and small production runs. ESD plastic thermoforming offers precise, FOD free packaging and material handling and is available in a multitude of materials from clear anti-static treated plastics to black conductive plastics.
The industrial tote box is a versatile storage option for any manufacturing purpose. Whether storing electronics, small parts or large assemblies these 15 tips will give you the power to make the most of your facility’s storage containers.
Packaging workstations are the cornerstones of warehouse operations. Processing, collecting and shipping out products and other materials are key functions of any business.
Customizing a packaging workstation is a solution to increasing workplace productivity and employee efficiency. However, certain considerations need to take place before you begin this process. You have to consider ergonomics and comfort, the needs and function of the workstation, and the materials necessary for the workstation to perform at full capacity.
Vacuum sealing otherwise know as dry packaging is the process of removing oxygen from a bag with the goal of extending the shelf life and preserving the material or product inside the bag. Industrial vacuum sealers are available in a variety of sizes and styles with features that can accommodate most any sealing application.
At Correct Products we supply a huge selection of ESD packaging products, including pink anti-static bags, static shielding bags and moisture barrier bags. In many instances, mil-spec packaging standards are called out to fulfill contracts and orders. There are two types of military spec ESD flexible films available – military spec static shielding bags and film and ESD/EMI moisture barrier bags and film.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) refers to the flow of electricity between two electrically charged objects. When static electricity builds up, it can damage sensitive electronic devices.
ESD can make electronic components fail, erase or alter magnetic media, destroy sensitive electronics, even cause fires and explosions. Handling electronic components requires ESD-compliant protective gear, such as ESD table mats, wrist straps, ionization products and much more. Shipping ESD sensitive devices can even be more complex.
Static electricity is at the heart of hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of electronic device and component damage. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause significant damage when it comes to computer components, destroying or fatally damaging expensive devices.
ESD can permanently erase or alter magnetic media, burn holes in integrated circuits, and destroy circuit boards. In extreme cases, a buildup of static electricity can even cause fires and explosions, if a spark occurs in a combustible atmosphere. Many ESD events, however, occur without a visible spark yet still cause severe electronic destruction.
Deciding on the correct protective packaging for your shipment depends on a variety of factors. You must consider the size of the shipment, weight, method of shipment and fragility factor of the product being shipped. Compare the advantages and disadvantages of bubble cushioning vs. air pillows and decide which method is right for you.
There are many options when it comes to flexible ESD safe packaging materials. Choosing the right material for the right application can be confusing. For example, do I need a static shielding bag or a pink antistatic bag to ship my product?
Suitable for the packaging, shipping and storage of static sensitive items, there are many choices and styles of ESD foam available. Stock sheets, rolls or custom die-cut foam inserts are commonplace in the electronics industry, available in both pink antistatic and black conductive.