Setting up your first ESD Workstation may seem like a daunting task, but it’s actually very easy. Below is an outline of steps needed to set up your workstation and a list of basic ESD products that may be needed. Some applications do not require all of these items and of course there are many additional ESD Products available to enhance the sophistication of your ESD program.
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?
The Model 1600VA Motorized Clean Room Shoe Cleaner is not only easy to operate, but is very easy to maintain. This mechanical shoe brush machine is designed with very few moving parts and thus requires minimal maintenance ensuring fast, effective shoe cleaning in environmentally controlled areas.
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.