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antistatic

(of a substance, textile, etc.) retaining sufficient moisture to provide a conducting path, thus avoiding the effects of static electricity

antistatic

Eliminating or reducing static electricity. See static electricity, antistatic bag, antistatic device, antistatic liquid and antistatic wristband.
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To minimise such adverse effects, Intertec introduced a proprietary antistatic treatment some 30 years ago - and this has been a factor in Intertec's leadership position in the outdoor GRP enclosure market today.
Packaging end-use industry segment accounts for the largest share of the antistatic agents market
In recent researches, the ILs has been applied in conductive and antistatic polymers [14-16].
Antistatic Industries is a division of ADM Tronics Unlimited, Inc.
It is therefore important to rapidly dissipate any such charge to earth and this can be assisted by the employment of the Donaldson Membranes range of antistatic filter media.
Keywords Light color, Antistatic, Anticorrosive, Conductive pigment, Waterborne epoxy resin, Oil tank
NSN 4940-t11-253-5368 brings an ESD kit with two wrist straps, a grounding cord, mat, three antistatic pouches, and three barrier bags.
Approved to Category 1 for use in Group II applications, zones 0, 1 and 2 potentially explosive gases, vapours and mists, where T4/T3 temperature class permits, the HT-200 is moulded in high impact strength antistatic plastic with a coated lens to provide scratch resistance and antistatic properties.
is stainresistant, easy-to-clean, and mildew- and bacteria-resistant, and features an antistatic slip finish.
The first switch products to be approved by the Quality Assessment System of the IEC are the toggles and pushbuttons in the antistatic B Series.
NKK Switches announces that its antistatic B Series of toggle and pushbuttons are the first switch products approved by the Quality Assessment System of the International Electromechanical Commission (IEG).
Among the cited benefits of these materials are that because they are moldable, there can be light-weight part designs created; conventional thermoplastic molding and forming equipment can be used; the conductive materials are present throughout the part and therefore won't wear away as can happen if, say, antistatic coatings are used.