is relatively easy to impliment and enforce the use of proper
static controls (such as wrist straps, grounded workstations,
etc.) at the manufacturing level.
Unfortunately, unless proper packaging and handling
procedures are used after the product is shipped, the potential
risk for ESD damages remains.
Recognizing that proper grounding and handling procedures are
not always followed in the field, rigidized aluminum cases are
used extensively by the electronics and telecommunications industry
sectors to minimize this risk.
Unlike ATA cases, rigidized aluminum shipping
cases and transit cases have a surface resistivity of 30 ohms,
providing superior EMI/RFI shielding properties and a natural
path for the dissipation of any static charge that may be present
over the outer conductive surface area.
When combined with the use of anti-static and/or
static dissipative cushioning materials, an equalization of electrostatic
potentials between handler and shipping case contents automatically
occurs, simply by opening the case.
By effectively providing anti-static isolation
within a conductive faraday cage, catastrophic (DOA) or latent
(No Fault Found) field reports are dramatically reduced using
rigidized aluminum shipping cases and transit cases, saving on
maintenance repair costs and maximizing revenues.
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