Electrostatic discharge label is a self-adhesive label with an anti-static permanent acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive and white coating suitable for thermal transfer printing. It is divided into two types: polyester and polyimide (with high-temperature resistance) The material is a label specially designed for identification with characters or bar codes on printed circuit boards or related electronic parts that need to reduce static electricity.
High temperature-resistant electrostatic discharge labels are ideal materials that can withstand the erosion of various fluxes, fluxes, and cleaning agents in the production process of various circuit boards. As electronic devices become smaller and more complex, the requirements for electrostatic discharge are also increasing. The use of anti-static adhesive and anti-static coating (materials can self-transfer to release static electricity), which is resistant to static electricity, leaves the label with only a small amount of static electricity in a very short time. Among them, the use of adhesive-backed anti-static labels greatly reduces the static electricity generated when the label is peeled from the bottom paper to a safe level without damaging electronic components that are highly sensitive to static electricity.
Static electricity problems not only occur in the production process of electronic products but also occur for a long time after the product is used by the end-user, which can cause electronic equipment to malfunction. According to the ESD Association, approximately 6.5% of losses are caused by static electricity.
Our electrostatic discharge labels comply with REACH, RoHS, and halogen-free requirements for the electronics industry. It complies with the ANSI/ESD STM.11.11-2006 standard, withstands high temperatures up to 260°C, is corrosion resistant, and maintains a very low and difficult-to-transfer static charge, thereby protecting your products and consumers.
Available materials: PI
Label characteristics: Anti-static, high temperature resistance
Scope of application: electronics industries