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Are Anti-Static Bags Conductive? What’s the Difference Between Anti-Static and Static Shielding Bags?

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Standard plastic bags, commonly made of polyethylene, fail to protect ESD-sensitive devices from the flow of electrically charged objects caused by contact, and electrical short, or dielectric breakdown. ESD is not only a silent killer in high-tech electronics manufacturing and production, but also during hobbyist projects or small-batch electronics repair. Electronic devices, IC components, and other ESD-sensitive devices are not safe from ESD events when stored, handled, or transported outside an ESD safe environment inside an anti-static bag.

What Is Conductive Flooring? How Is It Different from Anti-Static and Non-Conductive Flooring?

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What is Conductive Flooring? For the full guide to ANSI/ESD S20.20 flooring specifications, see here. Electrically conductive flooring is sometimes (semi-accurately)¬†referred to as anti-static conductive flooring, which is defined by having an electric resistance of between 104 and 1015¬†Ohms. Conductive… Continue Reading →

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