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|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|
|Size:||Can Be Customized||Packaging:||Carton Box|
|Material:||PP Plastic , Injection Molding||Product Name:||Black Conductive Storage Bins ESD Plastic Box|
Esd Container Permanent,
Conductive Carrying Case Esd Storage Box,
Antistatic Black Esd Plastic Box
An ESD storage box with a lid is a container specifically designed to store and protect electronic components or devices from electrostatic discharge (ESD) events. The lid serves as a cover that securely encloses the box, providing additional protection against ESD and physical damage. Here are some key features and details about ESD storage boxes with lids:
1.ESD-Safe Construction: ESD storage boxes with lids are typically constructed using materials that have static-dissipative or conductive properties. These materials help to safely dissipate static charges and prevent the buildup of electrostatic fields that can damage sensitive electronic components. Common materials used include conductive or antistatic plastics, such as polypropylene (PP) or acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS).
2.Secure Closure: The lids of ESD storage boxes are designed to provide a secure closure mechanism. This ensures that the box is tightly sealed to prevent the entry of moisture, dust, or other contaminants that could potentially harm the components. Depending on the design, the closure mechanism may include snap-on clasps, latches, sliding locks, or hinged lids that firmly hold the lid in place.
3.ESD Shielding: Some ESD storage boxes with lids also offer enhanced ESD shielding capabilities. These boxes may have an additional layer of conductive or metallic material integrated into the box or lid construction. This shielding layer provides an extra barrier against external electrostatic fields, further enhancing the protection of the components stored inside.
4.Size and Compartment Options: ESD storage boxes with lids are available in various sizes and configurations to accommodate different component dimensions and storage requirements. They may feature compartments, dividers, or adjustable inserts that allow for the organization and separation of components within the box.
5.Labeling and Identification: Many ESD storage boxes with lids have designated areas or labeling options for easy identification and tracking. This helps users keep track of the contents stored in each box, facilitating inventory management and retrieval.
6.Stackability: ESD storage boxes with lids are often designed to be stackable, allowing for efficient use of storage space. The boxes are engineered to securely stack on top of each other without compromising the integrity of the components inside. Stackable designs are particularly useful for optimizing storage in manufacturing, assembly, or repair environments.
7.Compatibility with ESD Control Programs: ESD storage boxes with lids are designed to comply with industry standards and guidelines for ESD control programs. They help organizations meet the requirements outlined in standards such as ANSI/ESD S20.20 or IEC 61340, which define best practices for handling and storing sensitive electronic components.
ESD storage boxes with lids are widely used in industries such as electronics manufacturing, assembly, repair, laboratories, and logistics. They provide a secure and organized storage solution, protecting electronic components from ESD events and physical damage during handling, transportation, and storage.
|Industrial Use||Consumer Electronics|
|Feature||Recycled Materials, Antistatic|
|Material||PP Plastic, Injection Molding|
|Logo||Acceptable Customer's Logo|
|Printing Handling||Glossy Lamination|
|Size||Can Be Customized|
|Product Name||Black Conductive Storage Bins ESD Plastic Box|
Fairtech's black conductive storage bins ESD plastic boxes are the perfect solution for electronics packaging. These boxes are made with PP plastic and injection molding, making them highly durable and resistant to external shocks and scratches. The surface resistance of the boxes ranges from 10^3~10^5ohms, providing excellent protection against static electricity. The boxes are available in square shape and come in a variety of sizes to meet any packaging need.
The boxes are CE and ISO certified, and the minimum order quantity is 100PCS. The price range is from USD0.5-USD11, and the delivery time is only 3-5 days. Payment terms include L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, and MoneyGram. Fairtech's ESD plastic boxes can provide up to 10 million pieces per week, making them a great option for bulk orders. Packaging is available in carton boxes and different quantities have different packages.
Fairtech's ESD plastic boxes are ideal for esd packaging, packaging tray, and packaging tray for electronics. They are also perfect for storing and transporting sensitive electronic components, as they provide excellent antistatic protection. The boxes are suitable for use in a variety of industries and applications, from medical and healthcare to automotive and aerospace.
ESD Safe Plastic Boxes are a range of boxes designed and built to protect sensitive electronic components from electrostatic discharge (ESD). Our technical support and service team is on hand to provide customers with expert advice and guidance on the best ESD Safe Plastic Boxes for their needs.
We offer a variety of support services, including:
If you have any questions or concerns regarding ESD Safe Plastic Boxes, please do not hesitate to contact our technical support and service team.
Q1: What is an ESD tray?
A1: ESD Trays are stock and include anti-static and conductive options. ESD-Safe Trays are used for packaging, shipping, and storage of small electronic parts, circuit boards, pcb, pcba, & electronic components.
Q2: What material is used in ESD trays?
A2: Polypropylene (PP) material is mostly used in forming ESD safe trays for medical applications. PP as the material is popularly known has excellent chemical resistance properties.
Q3: What is the difference between ESD and antistatic?
A3: An antistatic material prevents sparks and explosions, ESD is product protection, and an insulating material protects you against electric shocks.
Q4: How do ESD trays work?
A4: 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).
Q5: What are ESD components?
A5: An electrostatic-sensitive device (often abbreviated ESD) is any component (primarily electrical) which can be damaged by common static charges which build up on people, tools, and other non-conductors or semiconductors.
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