ESD System is requiered by industries where electronic components or volative chemicals are involved. Static electricity can result in significant damage, injury and financial loss. Even when people are equipped to handie static-sensitive devices, inadvertent contact can occur and eventually  electrostatic discharge or ESD. Static electricity has two ways of getting into today's sensitive electronic components: conduction and induction. The most common form of conduction is through direct contact with worker's fingertips. Induction is the transfer of static electricity between certain types of materials. An electrostatic discharge or ESD during assembly of sensitive equipment can cause damage that may not be noticible for months. Today, there are many static-control procedures in use, including wrist straps, air ionizes, special furniture, footwear, tote boxes, special packaging, floor and table mats. An ESD coating or topping (for floors, walls, and ceilings) is the one element that will tie an entire ESD-control system together.

Because ESD coatings differ in their characteristics and benefits, several different types of ESD products may be required in one facility. For example, areas with heavy tow-motor traffic, light foot traffic, clean room assembly / manufacturing, solvent / chemical storage and product handling may each require different types of ESD materials.

Esd Systems Characteristics


  • • Electronic manufacturing
  • • Packaging areas
  • • Assembly facilities
  • • Testing areas
  • • Electronic equipment
  • • Low Moisture Rooms
  • • Control Rooms
  • • Volatile chemichals
  • • Explosion Proof Areas
  • • Hospitals
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