Main Characteristics :
1. permanently static dissipartive
2. dissipate static charges ( 5 KV ) in less than 2 seconds
3. no metals or graphite / carbon powder used

Standard :
‧Round ros
‧Ring & tubes
ESD POM ( ivory ) :
SEMITRON ESD 225 is an acetal bases static dissipative material ideal for material handling applications. It avoids discharge problems for parts intended for human contact. SEMITRON ESD 225 is also an excellent choice for fixturing used for handling in-process silicon wafers or user in the manufacturing of sensitive electronic components including hard disk drives and circuit boards.

ESD PEI ( black ) :
Haveing an excellent mechanical performance up to 210°C, SEMITRON ESD 410 provides ESD-solutions at higher temperatures. Additionally, SEMITRON ESD 410 exhibits excellent dimensional stability ( low coefficient of linear thermal expansion and negligible water absorption ), ideal for handing equipment in the electrical / electronic or semiconductor industries.

ESD PTFE ( white ) :
Reinforced with a proprietary synthetic mica, SEMITRON ESD 500 offers an excellent combination of low frictional properties, good dimensional stability and electrostatic dissipation, Whenever virgin PFTE causes electrical discharge problems, SEMITRON ESD 500 will provide a controlled bleed-off of static charges while maintaining typical PTFE-properties such as broad chemical resistance, temperature resistance and low coefficient of friction.

R2 / R6 / R9  (black) / R11 (ivory):
MC 501 CD is a kind of nylon with antistatic properties, with high mechanical strength, high abrasion resistance and high chemical resistance.

ESD 520HR : 
Semitron ESD 520HR has the industry's first combination of electrostatic dissipation (ESD), high strength and hearing resistance. This new ESD material is very suitable for the manufacture of nests, sockets and contacts for test equipment and other equipment handling components in the semiconductor industry.

By incorporating an effective carbon black grade, ESD UPE offers the electrostatic dissipative properties often required for PE-UHMW components operating at high line speeds and conveying rates, maintaining the inherent key characteristics of PE-UHMW.