Anti-Static and Conductive Plastics
Static Electricity is simply electricity at rest. It is the result of a transfer of electrons that occurs due to the sliding, rubbing, or separating of a material. Plastics, fiber-glass, rubber, textiles, etc. are particularly susceptible to the generation of electrostatic charges.
Surface Resistivity is the most common measurement of a thermoplastic material’s ability to dissipate electrostatic charges.