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66120-ROLL, STATFREE T2, RUBBER, GREEN,1.5 MM x 600 MM x 7.32 M

66120 - Statfree T2™ Dissipative Dual Layer Rubber Roll, 1.5mm x 610mm x 7.32m, Green


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Stock Location: YACHIMATA CITY, CHIBA

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  • Durable rubber material, dissipative on one side and conductive on the other
    Versatile and long-lasting product; use as a dissipative worksurface table mat. Bottom conductive layer provides reliable path to ground, compatible for use with continuous monitors
  • Dissipative worksurface - 1 x 106 to < 1 x 109 ohms RTT
    Slows charge removal; meets minimum recommended worksurface requirements of ANSI/ESD S20.20 and recommendations of ESD 4.1
  • Lightly embossed surface
    Easier to clean than vinyl mats; excellent coefficient of friction for handling electronic products
  • 100% Premium Nitrile Butadiene Rubber
    Excellent value providing long-lasting, good-looking life; consistent electrical properties; will never delaminate; can also be taped or glued down
  • Superior heat, chemical and wear resistance
    Excellent choice in soldering and other challenging manufacturing environments. Click Here for Chemical Resistance Chart
  • Non-humidity dependence
    Provides consistent electrical performance regardless of ambient humidity
  • Superior limited lifetime warranty
    Electricals guaranteed for the life of the mat
  • Lead-free RoHS compliant
  • Made in the United States of America

RTT: 1 x 106 to < 1 x 109 ohms (Dissipative Side) and <10E4 (Conductive Side) Ohms per ESD S4.1
RTG: 1 x 106 to < 1 x 109 ohms (Dissipative Side) and <10E4 (Conductive Side) Ohms per ESD S4.1
Thickness: 0.060" (1.5mm)


Per ESD Association: "The most important functional consideration for worksurfaces is the RTG resistance from the top of the surface to the groundable point." ANSI/ESD S20.20 Table 1 recommends a requirement of less than 1 x 109 ohms. "If Charged Device Model damage is a concern then setting a lower resistance limit should be considered. Typically, 1 x 106ohms." "Durability factors that should be considered are hardness, abrasion resistance, tear resistance, etc. Worksurfaces may require special heat resistant materials. Light reflection may be an important ergonomic consideration." (Ref: TR 20.20 section 5.3.1).

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  • TB-2000 - Installation and Maintenance of ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) Protective Worksurfaces
  • PM-104 - Statfree T2 Material