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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|
|Shape:||Square||Product Name:||Black Conductive Storage Bins ESD Plastic Box|
|Printing Handling:||Glossy Lamination||Temperature Range:||-40℃~+80℃|
|Size:||Can Be Customized||Industrial Use:||Consumer Electronics|
Esd Plastic Cleanroom Black Box,
ESD Plastic Circulation Safe Box,
Esd Stackable Bins For Anti-Static
An ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) plastic box, also known as an ESD-safe plastic box, is a container made from a plastic material that possesses anti-static or static-dissipative properties. These boxes are designed to store and transport electronic components and devices while minimizing the risk of electrostatic damage. Here are some key features and considerations regarding ESD plastic boxes:
1.Anti-static or Static-Dissipative Properties: ESD plastic boxes are manufactured using materials that have low or controlled levels of electrical conductivity. These materials have anti-static or static-dissipative properties, which help prevent the buildup and discharge of static electricity. The plastic used may be impregnated with conductive additives or have a surface coating that provides the desired ESD characteristics.
2.ESD Protection: The primary purpose of ESD plastic boxes is to protect sensitive electronic components from electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage. By utilizing anti-static or static-dissipative materials, these boxes create a controlled environment that helps to limit or dissipate any static charges that may be present, reducing the risk of ESD-related issues.
3.Physical Protection: ESD plastic boxes offer physical protection to the stored components. They are designed to be durable and resistant to impact, providing a protective barrier against shocks, vibrations, and external contaminants. Some ESD plastic boxes may come with foam inserts or cushioning materials to further safeguard the components during transportation or storage.
4.Size and Configuration: ESD plastic boxes are available in various sizes and configurations to accommodate different types and quantities of electronic components. They may feature compartments, dividers, or removable trays to facilitate organization and prevent the components from coming into contact with each other, reducing the risk of damage.
5.Stackability and Nesting: ESD plastic boxes are often designed to be stackable, allowing for efficient use of storage space. They may have interlocking features or molded ridges that ensure stable stacking without the risk of boxes toppling over. Some ESD plastic boxes are also nestable, meaning they can be nested inside one another when empty to save space during storage or transportation.
6.ESD Safety Compliance: ESD plastic boxes are typically manufactured in compliance with industry standards and guidelines for ESD protection, such as the ANSI/ESD S20.20 or IEC 61340-5-1. This ensures that the boxes meet the necessary requirements for providing an ESD-safe storage environment.
When using ESD plastic boxes, it is important to handle and store them in an ESD-safe environment. This includes grounding the boxes and following proper ESD handling procedures, such as using grounded workstations and employing electrostatic discharge protection measures. Regular inspections and maintenance of the boxes should be conducted to ensure their ongoing effectiveness in providing ESD protection.
|Material||PP Plastic , Injection Molding|
|Industrial Use||Consumer Electronics|
|Printing Handling||Glossy Lamination|
|Size||Can Be Customized|
|Feature||Recycled Materials, Antistatic|
|Logo||Acceptable Customer's Logo|
Fairtech's FR08 ESD Safe Plastic Boxes are designed to provide anti static storage boxes and esd plastic containers to protect electronic components from static electricity damage. The boxes are made of PP plastic and injection molding, and their surface resistance ranges from 10^3~10^5ohms, with a voltage withstand of more than 1000V. The boxes are certified with CE and ISO, and are recyclable materials. They come in different quantities with different packages and a minimum order quantity of 100 pieces. The price ranges from USD0.5 to USD11, and the delivery time is 3-5 days. Payment methods include L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, and MoneyGram. Fairtech is capable of supplying up to 10,000,000 pieces per week.
The FR08 ESD Safe Plastic Boxes are ideal for storing PCB boards and other electronic components, and are perfect for applications that require anti static storage and esd storage boxes. The boxes are reliable and durable, providing protection from static electricity and ensuring the safety of your components.
ESD Safe Plastic Boxes:
Fairtech's ESD Safe Plastic Boxes are designed for anti static storage and provides excellent protection from static electricity. They are made from recycled materials and provide superior antistatic protection. With a voltage withstand of more than 1000V, our boxes have a static decay of less than 0.1 seconds. Available in black, we offer CE and ISO certifications, and a minimum order quantity of 100PCS.
Price range: USD0.5 - USD11. Different quantity has different package. Delivery time: 3-5days. Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram. We have a supply ability of 10000000 pieces per week, and offer free samples.
Q1: What material is used in ESD trays?
A1: 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.
Q2: What is the difference between ESD and antistatic?
A2: An antistatic material prevents sparks and explosions, ESD is product protection, and an insulating material protects you against electric shocks.
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: What is the risk of ESD?
A4: 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.
Q5: How to avoid ESD in PCB?
A5: 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.
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