What can be called esd products
What can be called esd products?
There are many anti-static products, such as:
ESD clothing, shoes, hat, gloves, cuffs.
ESD plastic box, hollow board box, knife card, chair.
ESD pads, wrist straps, bowls, and tweezers.
ESD component box, PCB turnover box, turnover car.
ESD trolleys, shelves, benches, floor wax water.
ESD shielding bags, mesh bags, moisture-proof bags.
Static electricity is a static charge. When the charge accumulates on an object or on the surface, static electricity is formed, and the charge is divided into two kinds of positive and negative charges. That is to say, the electrostatic phenomenon is also divided into two types: positive static electricity and negative static electricity.
When the positive charge accumulates on an object, positive static electricity is formed. When the negative charge is accumulated on an object, negative static electricity is formed. However, whether it is positive static electricity or negative static electricity, when the electrostatic object contacts a zero-potential object (grounding A charge transfer occurs when an object or an object with a potential difference exists between them, that is, we often see a spark discharge phenomenon.
People often encounter this phenomenon in their daily lives: when they undress and sleep at night, they often hear buzzing noises in the dark, and they are accompanied by blue light. When they shake hands and meet each other, they suddenly feel fingertips The sting is shocking; in the morning, when the hair is combed up, the hair will often “float” and become more chaotic.
Hazard from Electrostatic Gravitation (ESA):
(1) Electronic industry: Adsorption of dust, causing contamination of integrated circuits and semiconductor components, greatly reducing the yield.
(2) Film and plastics industry: The film or film is not wound up uniformly; the film and CD plastic disc are contaminated by dust and affect the quality.
(3) Paper-making and printing industry: The paper is not rolled together, the overprinting is inaccurate, the suction is serious, and even the paper is stuck, which affects the production.
(4) Textile industry: Causes damages such as fluttering of roots, breakage of entangled flowers, and entanglement of yarns.
The harm of static electricity is obvious to all, and now more and more manufacturers have begun to implement various levels of anti-static measures and projects.
However, we must realize that perfect and effective anti-static engineering must be developed in accordance with the actual conditions of different companies and different operating targets. Anti-static measures should be systematic and comprehensive, otherwise, they may be less effective and even cause devastating adverse effects