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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
CTE701 Newark / element14 3M Not Provided 3M - CTE701 - STATIC CHARGE TEST METER
150Z1012 Allied Electronics, Inc. 3M STATIC Not Provided SCC 1500 ZipTop reclosable metal bags Provides low charge retention
711 Digi-Key 3M Static Control, ESD, Clean Room Products CHARGE ANALYZER CERTIFIED
718A PLC Radwell 3m Tape Division ESD, Static Eliminator CHARGE PLATE & CHARGER ACCESSORY KIT FOR 718
718A PLC Radwell 3m Home & Commercial Care ESD, Static Eliminator CHARGE PLATE & CHARGER ACCESSORY KIT FOR 718
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  • Problem Plungers in Handlers Create Static Charge, Cause Failure (.pdf)
    Among the more common handlers used in the electronics industry are ones manufactured by Delta Design. However, these handlers feature a type of plunger that creates a static charge. As a result, an integrated circuit can be "zapped," causing it to fail. The problem is especially insidious because
  • Tech Tips - Controlling Static on a Moving Web
    In moving web applications, static charges are frequently generated from the continuous contact-and-separation action of the material in process as it passes over the rollers. Slowing your process speed may reduce the level of the static charge, but it will also reduce your overall productivity
  • Static Electricity
    no charge. Conductive materials have a low resistance to current flow. One common misconception is that conductive materials do not generate charges. This is because the dissipation of static charges from grounded conductive material tends to be complete and rapid. Ungrounded conductors can generate
  • Static and Static Controls in Printing (.pdf)
    Application Bulletin. STATIC AND STATIC CONTROLS IN PRINTING. The problem of the control of static electricity charges is of increasing importance in the printing industry. This. problem has been with the industry almost since the first power press. Since that time, nearly every conceivable. theory
  • Anti-Static vs. Static Shielding Bags
    . Anti-static bags (pictured to the right) are best used for the packaging of non-static sensitive components that will be transported to a static sensitive environment. These bags prevent static build-up on the bag by dissipating static charges. Blue and pink are the industry’s standard colors used
  • Static Electricity and Ways to Prevent it
    Corporation. Pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) tapes are prone to the buildup of electrostatic charges. If you have ever felt the hair on your arms stand up when near an unwinding roll of tape,. you have felt static electricity. High levels of electrostatic charges can be dangerous, and moderate
  • Controlling Static: Alternatives to Tinsel (.pdf)
    the production. process – a costly practice, indeed!. The Cause: Contact and Separation. Static electricity is an accumulation of electrical charges on a surface. The polarity of the. charge can be the result of an excess of electrons (negative charge) or a deficiency of. electrons (positive charge). Charges
  • Getting Rid of Charges Part 4: Grounding the Charge
    ”, but it is not always clear what that means. Typically grounding hardware connects to the earth, using its large neutral charge to negate any built up static on objects. While talking about ionizers last week, we noted that opposite charges attract. This is what allows the ions to neutralize charges as they fall
  • Analytical Balance Static: Explained (.pdf)
    heat causes unusually low levels of humidity. Static. charges between samples and parts of the balance cause serious interference in weighing. operations. Typically, sample weight will appear to increase or decrease depending on the. charge on the sample relative to the surrounding charge (see
  • Getting Rid of Charges Part 3: Workstation Grounding
    are normally dissipative or will have a dissipative top layer. Compared to a conductive surface, a dissipative top layer slows down how fast a static charge drains while still providing a path to ground for any built up charges. By draining the charge more slowly; the dissipative surface provides

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  • Uniformly Accelerating Charged Particles
    The new question arose from the claim by Bondi and Gold that (in the context of general relativity now) a static charge in a static gravitational field cannot radiate energy.
  • Handbook of Paint and Coating Raw Materials Volume 1 and 2
    Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slippery floors/stairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxidizers, amines Hazardous Decomp.
  • Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
    powd.); low toxicity by ing.; TSCA listed Environmental: Not considered biodeg. 10 • HANDBOOK OF PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slippery floors/stairs...
  • Handbook of Green Chemicals
    ...listed Environmental: Prevent entry into sewers, waterways Precaution: Combustible; flamm. limits 1.0-7.0%; vapor accumulations may flash/explode if ignited; avoid formation of excessive mists/fumes; keep fumes away from open flames, ignition sources; can accumulate static charge ; vapors can be ignited...
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing Handbook > ESD CONTROLS IN CLEANROOM ENVIRONMENTS
    First, since the mechanism for developing static charge is a surface phenomenon related to contact followed by the separation of dissimilar materials, the presence of water absorbed into the surface of the material from the humidity in the air diminishes the effect.
  • Contamination and ESD Control in High Technology Manufacturing
    SEMI E43, Recommended Practice for Measuring Static Charge on Objects and Surfaces.