35694-BRUSH, CONDUCTIVE, FLAT, SEMI- FINE, 1/2 IN              

35694 - Conductive Flat Nylon Brush, Semi-Fine, 0.5" x 0.75" x 0.4" Bristles

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Stock Location: CHINO, CA

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  • ESD Brushes are ideal for removing dust, dirt and left over materials from printed circuit boards (PCB) and other static sensitive components.
  • Brushes minimize static charge generation and remove electrostatic charges to ground when held by grounded personnel
  • Dissipative polypropylene black handles are able to remove charges to ground
  • Resistance of conductive fibers: 10E3 - 10E4 ohms
  • Resistance of dissipative handle: 10E5 - 10E8 ohms
  • Fine bristles are mainly for electronics, especially circuit boards
  • Bristles are a mix of conductive synthetic yarn and horse hair
  • This item is stocked in Chino, CA.

ESD Handbook TR20.20 Table 1 lists under Typical Static Electricity Sources "Brushes (camel/pig hair and synthetic bristles)." "It should be understood that any object, item, material or person could be a source of static electricity in the work environment. Removal of unnecessary nonconductors, replacing nonconductive materials with dissipative or conductive materials and grounding all conductors are the principle methods of controlling static electricity in the workplace, regardless of the activity." (TR 20.20 section 2.4)

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ESD Safe Cleaning Brushes | Avoid Damaging Electronics and PCB Boards with Static Discharge

Conductive brushes have a surface resistivity range of 102 - 104 and are ideal when you need to remove static build up from a work surface. Conductive materials allow charges to move freely across their surfaces or through their volume and dissipation of static charges from grounded conductive materials tends to be complete and rapid. Conductive brushes will provide a conduit from the charged surfaces to ground.

Dissipative brushes have a surface resistivity of 105 - 1011. This is a higher resistivity than the conductive brushes, but prevents static build up in the brushes themselves. Dissipative materials allow charges to move slowly across their volume. They are ideal for removing any static charge that might result in adhesion of particles to an object.

Anti-static brushes are made from low charging materials, or natural animal hair that are static neutral.