Elastic Replacement Strip For 09028 - 09029

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Elastic Replacement Strip For 09028

  • Extra wide, soft elastic band
    • Increased wearer comfort
  • Has silver impregnated polypropylene knitted on inside for superior conductivity
    • Reliably removes generated static charges
  • Made with pure silver irreversibly bound to fibers providing both antimicrobial and anti-odor performance
  • Adjustable
    • Only one item to stock; may be fitted to almost all people
  • Replacement elastic bands available and easy to replace without tools
    • Save money; no need to replace entire wrist strap
  • Unique patented adjustment design eliminates exposed conductive "tail" of band
    • Provides added safety eliminating chance of providing inappropriate ground path
  • Date coded
    • Providing lot traceability to ensure quality control
  • Made in the United States of America
    • This item is made and stocked in Chino, CA.

Circumference - 2.5" - 13"
NOTE: All bands have a 4mm snap stud. Complete wrist strap kits include an alligator clip. Wrist strap kits include an alligator clip for occasions when a grounded banana jack is not available. However, best industry practice is that ESD Ground Connections should be firm fitting connecting devices such as metallic crimps, snaps and banana plugs to be connected to designated ground points. Use of alligator clips is not recommended. (Ref: JEDEC Standard No. 625-A)

ANSI/ESD S20.20 Paragraph Personnel Grounding Requirement "All personnel shall be bonded or electrically connected to ground or contrived ground when handling ESD sensitive items. When personnel are seated at ESD protective workstations, they shall be connected to the common point via a wrist strap system."

Reliable Path-to-Ground: Are you wasting the money spent on ESD control? How many accidental disconnects occur a day at your plant putting your products at risk? Read the Evaluation Engineering Magazine Article, "Solving the Wristband Snap Release Problem"
*Reproduced with Permission,
EE-Evaluation Engineering, June, 2001