Static Shielding Specs
|Electrical Properties||Typical Values||Test Method|
|Surface Resistivity||< 1012 Ohms / Square||ASTM D-257 @ 15% RH|
|ESD Resistance||< 1011 Ohms / Square||ANSI/ ESD STM 11.11|
|Static Shielding||< 10 nJ||EOS / ESD S11.31|
|Electrostatic Decay||.01 Seconds||FTMS 101 Method 4046|
|Capacitance Probe||< 10 volts Difference||MIL-PRF-81705D, EIA 541|
|Transparency||40% (Bar Code scans through bag)||ASTM D 1003|
|Corrosion | Outgassing||Non-Corrosive | Pass||MIL-STD-3010, M3005 | ASTM E595|
|Amines, N-Octanoic Acid, Heavy Metals||Not Present / Recyclable||RoHS, REACH|
• ASTM D 1003 Compliant: Transparent enough for barcodes to be scanned through the bag
• IEC 60417 6202 / ESD Rating of “S”: electrostatic discharge shielding
• ANSI / ESD S8.1 Compliant: ESD Protective Symbol and lot codes printed on bags
• Sizes reflect inner dimensions
• Amine and Amide Free
• RoHS and REACH Compliant
Static Shielding Bags are constructed of plastic and aluminum in a pattern known as “metal-in”.
The “metal-in” layer is composed of ESD shielding aluminum laminate that provides a conductive Faraday Cage around electronics inside the bag. This is what stops electrostatic discharges (ESD) from entering it.
The anti static outer layers are made of static-free polyethylene (PE) and polyester (PET). These prevent the bag from charging when it rubs against other surfaces.
All static shielding bags sold on Elimstat.com are lead-free, contain no amines, N-Octanoic acid, or heavy metals. This keeps them in compliance with RoHS 3 and REACH.
They have no effect on aluminum, copper, silver, SN-Pb coated foil, stainless steel, or low-carbon steel.