|Room 313, Building B, Bozhi Center, Chentian Industrial Park, Chentian Road, Baoan District,||Sales@szfairtech.com|
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100PCS|
|Packaging Details:||Different quantity has different package|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||10000000 piece per Week|
|Samples:||Free||Material:||PP Plastic , Injection Molding|
|Printing Handling:||Glossy Lamination||Application:||To Storage PCB Boards Or Electronic Components|
|Static Decay:||<0.1s||Packaging:||Carton Box|
ESD Anti-Static Blister Packaging Boxes,
Esd Antistatic Electronics Tray,
Esd Plastic Tray PCB Boxes
ESD Protection Levels: ESD trays are available in different levels of protection based on their ability to dissipate static charges. The two common types are conductive trays and static-dissipative trays.
Conductive Trays: These trays have a low resistance and provide a rapid discharge path for static electricity. They are typically made from materials filled with conductive carbon or metal particles. Conductive trays can effectively prevent the buildup of static charges but may pose a risk if used in proximity to sensitive electronic components that are susceptible to damage from direct contact with conductive surfaces.
Static-Dissipative Trays: These trays have a higher electrical resistance compared to conductive trays. They allow for a controlled discharge of static electricity at a slower rate. Static-dissipative trays are more commonly used in applications where direct contact with electronic components is involved since they minimize the risk of damage caused by direct discharge.
Tray Designs: ESD plastic trays come in various designs to accommodate different types of electronic components and applications. Some common tray designs include:
Compartment Trays: These trays have individual compartments or slots to hold and separate components, preventing contact and potential damage. Compartment trays are ideal for organizing and storing small electronic parts like resistors, capacitors, and integrated circuits.
Nesting Trays: Nesting trays are designed to stack or nest within each other, allowing for efficient storage and transportation. They are commonly used in automated assembly lines where components need to be easily accessible and transported between workstations.
Tote Trays: Tote trays are larger trays with handles or grips, facilitating easy handling and transportation of bulk quantities of components. They are often used for larger electronic parts or assemblies.
Customization Options: ESD plastic trays can be customized to meet specific requirements. Manufacturers can create trays with custom compartment sizes and configurations to accommodate unique component shapes and sizes. Additionally, trays can be designed with logos, labels, or barcodes for easy identification and tracking.
ESD Standards and Testing: ESD plastic trays are typically designed and manufactured in compliance with industry standards and guidelines for electrostatic discharge protection. The most commonly referenced standard is ANSI/ESD S20.20, which provides guidelines for establishing an ESD control program in manufacturing environments. ESD trays may undergo testing to assess their electrical properties and conformance to ESD protection standards.
Cleaning and Maintenance: Regular cleaning and maintenance of ESD plastic trays are important to ensure their continued effectiveness. Cleaning methods may include using mild detergents or specialized cleaners that do not leave residues or affect the ESD properties of the tray material. It's essential to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for cleaning and maintenance to preserve the trays' ESD protection capabilities.
Remember, implementing proper ESD control measures beyond just using ESD plastic trays is crucial. This may include using ESD wrist straps, ESD flooring, ionizers, and implementing proper grounding practices to maintain a comprehensive electrostatic discharge protection system.
|Size||Can Be Customized|
|Product Name||Black Conductive Storage Bins ESD Plastic Box|
|Material||PP Plastic, Injection Molding|
|Feature||Recycled Materials, Antistatic|
|Application||To Store PCB Boards Or Electronic Components|
|Industrial Use||Consumer Electronics|
|Keywords||ESD Packaging, Antistatic Boxes, Small Parts Trays, Electronic Components Storage|
Fairtech's FR08 ESD Safe Plastic Boxes are ideal storage containers for PCB boards or electronic components. These boxes are designed with recyclable materials and antistatic properties to ensure maximum safety and protection. With a minimum order quantity of 100pcs and a delivery time of 3-5 days, these boxes come in a variety of colors and can have custom logos imprinted upon them. Available for purchase at an affordable price of USD0.5-USD11, these boxes come in different packages depending on the quantity. These ESD safe plastic boxes can be purchased via various payment methods including L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, and MoneyGram. Fairtech's FR08 ESD Safe Plastic Boxes are highly suitable for consumer electronics and have a weekly supply capacity of up to 10 million pieces.
We provide technical support and services for our ESD Safe Plastic Boxes to ensure customers have a reliable and enjoyable experience. Our technical support and services include:
If you have any questions or need assistance in using our ESD Safe Plastic Boxes, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are here to help make your experience with our products as enjoyable and stress-free as possible.
Q1: How to avoid ESD in PCB?
A1: ESD Prevention by Design, Use ground planes extensively, as these can help bypass ESD to ground, and prevent it from passing through the active parts of the PCB. Reduce line lengths to reduce parasitic inductance. Parasitic inductance does not allow protection circuits to work fast enough to prevent damage from ESD.
Q2: Why is ESD a problem?
A2: ESD can cause harmful effects of importance in industry, including explosions in gas, fuel vapor and coal dust, as well as failure of solid state electronics components such as integrated circuits. These can suffer permanent damage when subjected to high voltages.
Q3: How do ESD trays work?
A3: They do this by isolating the parts from static charges originating from surrounding objects, people or even air flow, and by not building a static charge as the trays slide through equipment or across surfaces (triboelectric generation, like picking up a charge when you walk across a carpet).
Q4: Why use Storage Bins?
A4: A bin storage unit is modular industrial furniture which can be placed in most work environments to provide storage solutions. These storage bins have been thoughtfully designed to cater to the person who is going to be using them or for whatever their contents are.
Plastic bin storage units are ergonomic, functional and durable, making them ideal for use in workshops where all tools must be stored away correctly in plastic parts bins to ensure clutter-free workstations.
The storage bins are designed to be wall-mounted keeping floorspace, walkways and workbenches tidy, available and hazardous free.
Industries where plastic storage boxes are often utilised is in manufacturing which covers a multitude of markets including pharmaceuticals, recycling and textiles.
Modern warehouses require handling and storage solutions which provide consistency, reliability and functionality.
Q5: What are ESD items?
A5: What Is ESD Equipment? On a basic level, ESD equipment is anything that could ostensibly be used in an electrostatically sensitive work environment, such as a manufacturing floor, clean room, or circuit repair operation.
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