|Model||Qty 1-9||Qty 10+|
|ESD Grounding Methods Kit||$314.37||$288.18|$314.38
The ESD Grounding Methods Kit includes:
• 1 anti static table mat (2 x 4 feet) with snaps
• 1 black anti static floor mat (3 x 5 feet) with snap
• 1 common point ground + mat ground (15 foot cables)
• 1 ESD wrist strap (6 foot coil cord + alligator clip)
|Model||Qty 1-9||Qty 10+|
|ESD Grounding Methods Kit||$314.37||$288.18|
The top anti static side of the mat collects static off of equipment and tools laid on top of it at a static dissipative rate, (1 x 106 to 9 x 108 ohms / square).
The bottom of the mat then conducts static to ground at a conductive rate, (1 x 103 to 9 x 104 ohms / square).
It’s recommended you have grounding cables attached for every 5 feet of mat. They should not be “daisy-chained” together. Instead, directly connect the grounding cables to the electrical outlet.
Electrical outlets typically are the best path to ground the mat in any building because they follow the piping to the Earth’s electrical field underneath the building.
When connected to the electrical outlet, the mat is in electrical balance with the positive and negative charges of the building you are using it in.
The 5700 Series Anti-Fatigue Mat conducts static to ground at a conductive rate, (1 x 103 to 1 x 106 ohms / square).
If the mat is not laying on a conductive floor, then ground it by connecting it to an electrical outlet. The mats should not be “daisy-chained” together. Instead, directly connect the grounding cables from each mat to an electrical outlet.
Electrical outlets typically are the best ground in any building because they follow the piping to ground underneath the building.
(1) 2′ x 4′ foot 5300 Series .08″ thick rubber anti static mat with two snaps installed on corners of the long side to connect grounding to;
(1) 240 Series wrist strap for capturing static on the skin’s surface that comes with a 6 foot coil cord that terminates in a banana plug (with optional alligator clip) for plugging into 4715 series common point ground;
(1) 4715 series common point ground that has a 15 foot cable with a 1 meg ohm resistor built into it that ends in a #10 Ring Terminal to screw into an electrical outlet.
(1) 3′ x 5′ foot beveled 5700 Series black conductive anti-fatigue mat.
(1) 4725 Series Rounded Mat Ground with a 15 foot cable that has a 1 meg ohm resistor built into it ending in a #10 Ring Terminal.
Note the rounded profile of the 4725 Series Ground prevents tripping over it when it’s attached to the 5700 Series.
► Meets ANSI / ESD STM 4.1 Standard using FTMS 101C Method 4046.
► Lead-Free. Recyclable. Meets European Union (EU) Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) regulating the reuse of products used in electrical and electronic equipment.
|Properties||Units||Typical alues||Test Method|
|Material||-||Nitrile Butadiene Rubber / Carbon||-|
|Tensile Strength • Top Layer||kg / sq. cm||> 120||ASTM D-412|
|Tensile Strength • Bottom Layer||kg / sq. cm||> 160||ASTM D-412|
|Tear Strength • Top Layer||kg / sq. cm||> 90||ASTM D-412|
|Tear Strength • Bottom Layer||kg / sq. cm||> 100||ASTM D-412|
|Elongation • Top Layer||%||350||ASTM D-412|
|Elongation • Bottom Layer||%||250||ASTM D-412|
|Hardness • Top Layer||Shore A||50||ASTM D-2240|
|Hardness • Bottom Layer||Shore A||60||ASTM D-2240|
|Gravity • Top Layer||-||1.3||ASTM D-792|
|Gravity • Bottom Layer||-||1.4||ASTM D-792|
|ESD Surface Resistance • Top Layer||ohms / square||< 109||ASTM D-257|
|ESD Surface Resistance • Bottom Layer||ohms / square||< 105||ASTM D-257|
|Volume Resistivity • Top Layer||ohms / square||< 108||ASTM D-257|
|Volume Resistivity • Bottom Layer||ohms / square||< 104||ASTM D-257|
|Static Decay||seconds||< 0.01||EIA-541|
|Temperature Tolerance||Fahrenheit / Celsius||187F / 86C||-|
|Material||Vinyl Surface with Nitricell Sponge Base|
|Flammability||A Rating per MVSS 302|
|Compression||.415 inches at 35 PSI (ASTM D-575)|
|Tabor Abrasion||1% Loss at 10,000 Cycles (Fed Std 191)|
|Temperature Range||-10F to 130F|
|ESD Surface Resistance Top-to-Top (RTT) (S4.1)||1 x 103 to 1 x 106|
|ESD Surface Resistance-to-Ground (RTG) (S4.1)||2 x 103 to 2 x 106|
|Coefficient of Friction||.68 Dry (ASTM F-1677)|
|ESD Rating (S7.1)||1 x 103 to 1 x 106|
The border line between conductive and static dissipative is 1 million ohms per square. This is also referred to as 1 meg ohm or 1 x 106 ohms / square.
To satisfy the ANSI / ESD S4.1 Worksurfaces – Resistance Measurements test standard the top static dissipative part of the mat was measured using resistance-to-groundable point and resistance point-to-point tests.
ANSI / ESD S4.1 guidelines at section 8.0 recommend resistance-to-groundable point (RTG) tests should find the top surface of grounded mats measure between 1 x 106 and 1 x 109 ohms / square.
Resistance point-to-point (also known as top-to-top or RTT) tests should measure the ESD resistance of the top surface of the mats at greater than or equal to 1 x 106 ohms / square.
As viewable in our diagrams, all 5300 Series mat samples were recorded within the acceptable range between 1 x 106 and 1 x 109 ohms / square, regardless of humidity, to meet the current S4.1 standard.
In our low relative humidity test, the sample with the least resistance measured 1.2 x 107 ohms / square.
The mat sample with the highest resistance measured 3.9 x 107 ohms / square.
In our moderate relative humidity test, the sample with the least resistance measured 1.0 x 107 ohms / square.
The mat sample with the highest resistance measured 9.8 x 107 ohms / square.