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ESD Material

#28132

ESD Material | 19 April, 2004

I'm looking for an acceptable method for posting information such as ESD certification at an ESD controlled workstation. Are ESD-safe plastic envelopes available? Vendor? Are other solution available for posting information at the workstation, in an ESD-safe manner?

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Ken

#28133

ESD Material | 19 April, 2004

yep. try com-kyl...they used to sell them...

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dave

#28138

ESD Material | 19 April, 2004

On posting information such as ESD certification at an ESD controlled workstation: What not use an "ESD Workstation" label and a calibration label next to each other?

On ESD-safe plastic envelopes: While there's lots of different kinds on "envelopes". Have you tried the Charles Waters, Descos, ESD Systems, etc of the world?

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#28142

ESD Material | 20 April, 2004

We use 8X10 Ziplock A/S poly bag 4 mil pink at our taping facility. We also sell as a supply. If interested or you would like more information please call Sarah Lewis at V-TEK Inc. 507-387-2039 X 148.

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Process Tech

#28147

ESD Material | 20 April, 2004

I use ESD Safe Document Protectors by Desco Ind. They are carried in the Contact East Catalog.

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JC

#28218

ESD Material | 23 April, 2004

Hi, talking about ESD. Is there a recomendation for your building itself to be grounded? Lets say you are using esd wax, What happen with discharges? If wax conducts thes charge, where are they going? Do I need ground my builduing?

Regards JC

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RDR

#28225

ESD Material | 23 April, 2004

If your building was built to any type of code it is grounded. Floor waxes by all I know are dissipative not conductive. The charge "dissipates away" from the floor

Russ

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