|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|
|Surface Resistance:||10^3~10^5ohms||Static Decay:||<0.1s|
|Product Name:||Black Conductive Storage Bins ESD Plastic Box||Voltage Withstand:||>1000V|
|Printing Handling:||Glossy Lamination||Feature:||Recycled Materials, Antistatic|
ESD Bin Tray With Dividers Black,
Anti-Static Conductive Cleanroom,
Antistatic Containers ESD Plastic Box
1.Material Selection: Cleanroom ESD boxes are typically made from static-dissipative materials that are compatible with cleanroom environments. Common materials include conductive or static-dissipative plastics, such as polypropylene (PP) or polyethylene (PE), which have low particulate generation and do not generate static charges that could damage sensitive components.
2.ESD-Safe Features: Cleanroom ESD boxes incorporate various features to enhance their ESD-safe properties. These may include surface resistance properties within a specific range (e.g., 10^6 to 10^9 ohms) to allow controlled dissipation of static charges. The boxes may also have ESD-safe labels or symbols to indicate their compliance with ESD standards.
3.Cleanroom Class Ratings: Cleanroom ESD boxes are available in different class ratings, which correspond to the level of cleanliness they maintain. Class ratings are determined based on the maximum allowable concentration of airborne particles within a cleanroom environment. Common class ratings for cleanroom ESD boxes include ISO Class 6, ISO Class 7, or ISO Class 8, depending on the specific cleanroom requirements.
4.Modular and Stackable Designs: Cleanroom ESD boxes often feature a modular design, allowing them to be easily stacked or nested for efficient storage and space utilization. The modular nature enables customization of compartments or dividers within the box to accommodate different component sizes and facilitate organization.
5.Transparent or Colored Options: Cleanroom ESD boxes may come in transparent or colored variants. Transparent boxes allow easy visibility and identification of the contents without the need to open the box, minimizing the risk of contamination. Colored boxes, on the other hand, may be used for specific color-coding or identification purposes within the cleanroom environment.
6.Handling and Transportation: Cleanroom ESD boxes are designed with ergonomic features to facilitate easy handling and transportation. This can include molded handles, smooth edges, and lightweight construction. Some boxes may also have optional accessories such as trolleys or carts for convenient movement within the cleanroom.
7.ESD-Safe Labels and Tracking: Cleanroom ESD boxes often have designated areas or labels for tracking and identification purposes. This allows cleanroom operators to easily label and track the box contents, ensuring proper inventory management and traceability of components.
8.Complementary Accessories: Manufacturers may offer complementary accessories for cleanroom ESD boxes, such as lids, dividers, or foam inserts. These accessories help further protect the components inside the box, prevent shifting during transportation, and provide additional cushioning against impacts.
Cleanroom ESD boxes are a critical component of cleanroom environments, ensuring the protection and integrity of sensitive electronic components or devices. By combining ESD-safe properties with cleanroom compatibility, these boxes contribute to maintaining the desired cleanliness levels while minimizing the risk of ESD damage.
|Material||PP Plastic, Injection Molding|
|Application||To Storage PCB Boards Or Electronic Components|
|Logo||Acceptable Customer's Logo|
|Industrial Use||Consumer Electronics|
Fairtech FR08 ESD Safe Plastic Boxes provide an ideal solution for storage of PCB boards or electronic components. They are certified to CE and ISO standards and come in a variety of sizes and shapes with a temperature range of -40℃ to +80℃. The boxes are designed to ensure that stored components are not damaged by static electricity. The surface resistance of these boxes is 10^3 to 10^5ohms. The boxes are available in a range of packaging options and customers can request custom logos to be printed on them. The minimum order quantity is 100PCS and the price range is from USD0.5-USD11. Delivery is usually within 3-5 days and payment options include L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, and MoneyGram.
ESD Safe Plastic Boxes are used in various industries such as manufacturing, electronics, automotive, and medical. They provide a safe and effective way to store and transport small parts and components. They are also widely used in the electronics industry as esd bins, packaging trays, and small parts trays. These boxes are made of high-quality plastic which is resistant to static electricity, making them an ideal choice for storing sensitive components. They are also cost-effective and easy to use.
At company XYZ, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality ESD Safe Plastic Boxes, along with technical support and service. Our experienced technical support team is available for any questions or concerns you may have relating to your ESD Safe Plastic Boxes. Our team will provide you with the knowledge and resources necessary to ensure that your product is working properly and efficiently.
We have a full-service repair and maintenance department that is available to assist you with any issues you may have. Our technicians are highly experienced and knowledgeable in the repair and maintenance of ESD Safe Plastic Boxes and will provide you with the best possible service. We also offer preventative maintenance services to help prevent any issues with your ESD Safe Plastic Boxes.
In addition to our technical support and repair services, we also offer a variety of other services to help you with your ESD Safe Plastic Boxes. We provide educational materials to help you better understand the features and functions of your product. We also have a customer service team that is available to answer any questions you may have about our products and services.
At company XYZ, we strive to provide the best customer service and technical support for our customers. Our goal is to ensure that our customers have the best experience possible with our ESD Safe Plastic Boxes. We look forward to serving you and helping you to get the most out of your ESD Safe Plastic Boxes.
Q1: Why is ESD a problem?
A1: 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.
Q2: What is the risk of ESD?
A2: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) occurs when a non-conducting surface is rubbed against another and the contacted surfaces are then parted. ESD can damage or destroy sensitive electronic components, erase or alter magnetic media, or set off explosions or fires in flammable environments.
Q3: How to avoid ESD in PCB?
A3: 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.
Q4: How ESD Affects PCBs?
A4: ESD or ElectroStatic Discharge damages both printed circuit boards (PCB) and electronic components. This happens when there is an accumulation of positive or negative charges on insulators or unconnected conductors. The amount of charge accumulating depends on the stored capacitance on the insulator or conductor with respect to nearby objects having a corresponding opposite charge. The charge is static as it is unable to equalize itself or be transferred by electromotive force unless there is a decrease in the value of the capacitance between the objects, or there is a path for its discharge. The presence of a conducting path allows the charge to either bleed away slowly, or to discharge quickly depending on the resistance the path offers. The phenomenon of quick discharge, also called ESD, causes the most damage.
Q5: What are ESD bins?
A5: ESD bins and ESD totes diminish the risk of damage from electrostatic discharge, making it easier to handle, transport and store static-sensitive components and materials. ESD bins are made of polypropylene with conductive material that prevents the buildup of electrostatic charge.
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