Our friends at Simco-Ion sent us this brilliant guide to ESD cleanrooms design, principles, and other considerations. Download the PDF you’ll find case studies and technical information about how static charges influence particle retention and impact manufacturing outcomes in controlled environments. Below we’ve highlighted important ideas in relation to medical device cleanrooms and provide additional resources.
Definition of Conductive Flooring ANSI/ESD S20.20 flooring specifications, see here. Moving feet and contact with objects generate triboelectric charges. Static sensitive areas require a grounded
An ESD chair is recommended even when an ESD floor or floormat is in use. The user removing their feet from the floor could cause
Answers to Common ESD Questions Such As When Do You Need an ESD Wrist Strap?
Because flat panel display (FPD) manufacturing is performed in a cleanroom environment, it faces the same problems resulting from static electricity buildup that other high
Today, more than ever, meeting the complex challenge of reducing ESD losses requires more than reliance on faith alone. Users require a way to legitimately evaluate and compare competing brands and types of products. They need objective confirmation that their ESD control program provides effective solutions to their unique ESD problems.
ESDS Device Sensitivity and Testing – ESD Control Plans – Part 5 Updated 12/18/2017 From the ESD Association, Rome NY In Part Two of this
Part Three: Basic Electrostatic Discharge Control Procedures and Materials From the ESD Association, Rome NY In Part Two, Principles of ESD Control we introduced four