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The History of Static Control

The history of static control procedures (and a few fun facts)

Humidity, workbench surfaces, temperatures, surface conductivity, and material type all affect your ability to implement static control. Static electricity can be a thorn in your side. When you’re responsible for the safety of an entire manufacturing facility, lab, or even a small team of technicians and engineers, you spend a significant amount of time looking for ways to control static levels. The principle of static electricity was first noted around 585 BC in ancient Greece. After rubbing a piece of amber against a piece [...]

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