Qualify ESD Flooring the Easy Way: Testing Static-Safe Flooring for Electronics Handling and Manufacturing Environments ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007, "Protection of Electrical and Electronic Parts, Assemblies and Equipment provides administrative and technical requirements for establishing, implementing, and maintaining an ESD Control Program to protect electrical or electronic parts, assemblies, and equipment susceptible to ESD damage from Human Body Model (HBM) discharges greater than or equal to 100 volts.
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Conventional anti-static carpet is designed to enhance human comfort only. Conversely, Staticworx® ShadowFX Carpet is designed to enhance human comfort AND improve the performance of electronic equipment. Static electricity in the workplace is generated from many sources other than the carpeted floor, such as clothing, the interaction of clothing and furniture, plastic, etc. Anti-static carpet only ensures that the carpet itself does not generate harmful static charges. Staticworx® ShadowFX Carpet ensures that the carpet and the people do not generate harmful static charges.
Static dissipative flooring or conductive flooring, which one should I use? This video covers this conflict as well as meeting the ESD flooring criteria required in ANSI/ESD S20.20. This video relates to issues involving handling static sensitive devices in an ESD control program.
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