ESD & Cleanroom

01.Measurement & Testers (DESCO)

DESCO Static Control, DESCO ESD Test Equipments

02.Access Control System (DESCO)

DESCO testing of ESD personnel grounding

03.Ionization

High Output DC Ionization

04.Ionizer Bar

Air Source Ion Bar, Bar shaped and cross over static eliminator

05.ESD Packaging

Conductive corrugated, Sheilding bag, EVA form

06.Cleanroom

Air Shower, Pass Box, Clean Bench, HEPA filter, FFU

07.ESD Material Handling

ESD Material Handling to Prevent Electronic discharge

08.Workstation Monitoring

Workstation Monitor is intended to monitor the operation

09.ESD Personnel Protection

ESD provide protection equipment from head to toe.

10.ESD Magazine Rack

ESD Magazine

11.ESD Workbench & ESD Chair

ESD Workbench & ESD Chair

12.Photo Ionizer

An innovation technology within the field of ionization with out air and can used in various fields of application.


Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is the sudden flow of electricity between two electrically charged objects caused by contact, an electrical short, or dielectric breakdown. A buildup of static electricity can be caused by tribocharging or by electrostatic induction. The ESD occurs when differently-charged objects are brought close together or when the dielectric between them breaks down, often creating a visible spark and product from DESCO ESD can create spectacular electric sparks (lightning, with the accompanying sound of thunder, is a large-scale ESD event), but also less dramatic forms which may be neither seen nor heard, yet still be large enough to cause damage to sensitive electronic devices. Electric sparks require a field strength above approximately 40 kV/cm in air, as notably occurs in lightning strikes. Other forms of ESD include corona discharge from sharp electrodes and brush discharge from blunt electrodes. ESD can cause a range of harmful effects of importance in industry, including gas, fuel vapour and coal dust explosions, as well as failure of solid state electronics components such as integrated circuits. These can suffer permanent damage when subjected to high voltages. Electronics manufacturers therefore establish electrostatic protective areas free of static, using measures to prevent charging, such as avoiding highly charging materials and measures to remove static such as grounding human workers, providing antistatic devices, and controlling humidity. ESD simulators may be used to test electronic devices, for example with a human body model or a charged device model.