If you work in a manufacturing environment, you know that Static Electricity can be a serious problem. It can damage sensitive electronic components, causing shorts and failures. In some cases, static discharge can even be a fire hazard. That’s why it’s important to use ESD Safe Hand Tools whenever you’re handling sensitive electronic components. But what are ESD Safe Hand Tools? How do they work? And where can you get them? Keep reading to find out.
Xuron® 440: The Electric Wire and Cable Processors’ Favorite Mini-Scissors
If you work with wire processing, electronics, telecommunications, or 3D printing, the Xuron® 440 mini scissors will be a useful and versatile addition to your toolbox. With its precision blades and tough construction, the Xuron® 440 easily cuts through tough materials like lacing tape, cable jacketing, mesh insulation, non-aramid fibers and soft metals up to 0.005″ thick.
LX Series Micro-Shear® Flush Cutters for Small Electronics and Wire
Xuron Corporation’s Micro-Shear® Flush Cutters are categorized by Series – each having their own unique features and benefits. Here, we will introduce you to our LX Series Micro-Shear® Flush Cutters and identify how they differentiate from our other cutters.
Xuron®’s ESD Safe Hand Tools Can Be Part of Your Static Free Program
Static electricity is not a friend to PCB (printed circuit board) manufacturers. Static can cause component failures and a host of other issues. Products that are “ESD Safe”, meaning they will not generate charge, are a requirement for PCB manufacturers as part of an comprehensive ESD program.