DC-7050 Static Shielding ZipLock Bags - 3Mil Only

Static Shielding ZipLock Bags

What Is ESD Protection?

  DegageCorps. "Metal In"  static shielding bags meet  MIL-PRF-81705D, type III, class 1 Our metalized static shielding bags are a 3mil composite consisting of an outer layer of static dissipative coating applied to a layer of polyester that is vacuum deposited with a conductive aluminum metal coating and laminated to an inner layer of permanent, static dissipative 108th low density polyethylene. The DegageCorp transparent static shielding bag provides complete static shielding from electrostatic discharges, RFI frequencies and EMI impulses. Loaded circuit boards can be safely handled, stored, shipped and are readily identifiable without need for removal when placed in our transparent static shielding bags. Your products will be static secure and totally enclosed in a faraday cage environment when packaged in a DegageCorp. Transparent static shielding bag. Electrostatic voltages applied to the outside of the bag cannot affect components within the bag. This is not the case with anti-static bags which slowly dissipates static charges. Slow dissipation generally results in increased voltages inside anti-static polyethylene bags, potentially causing component degradation. 

Physical Properties Test Method Specifications
Thickness PST #001 3.0 Mil
Yield PST #002 9000 Sq. In/Lb
Tensile Strength ASTM D 882 15LBS/IN
Puncture Resistance FTMS 101C Method 2065 >13 LBS.
Tear Initiation ASTM D 1004-94A >2 LBS.
Mullen Burst ASTM D 774 84 PSI
Seam Strength ASTM D 882 >12 LBS/IN
Haze ASTM D 1003 4%
Optical Density   .40
Transparency ASTM D 1003 40%
Heat Seal   3750F 0.5 SEC 60 PSI
Blocking   NONE
Electrical Properties  Test Method Specification
Surface Resistivity ASTM D 257 at 15% RH PE<1011 OHMS/SQ  PET <1011 OHMS/SQ
Electrostatic Decay FTMS 101 Method 4046 .01 Sec
Capacitance Probe EIA-541 <10 Volts Difference
Metal Layer ETS-8C3 at 15% RH <100 (OHMS)
     Meets or exceeds electrical requirements of MIL-PRF-81705D,Type III, Class 1  
Chemical Properties     Test Method  Specification
Contact Corrosivity FTMS 101C Method 3005 (Sodium Fluoride Phosphate & Sodium Ions) No Visible signs after testing at deterioration.