Conclusion


The use of RH controlled static eliminator provides an interesting option and opportunity to both novice and professional ESD practitioners to experience a novel mitigation technology captivated by the reward of immediate and long term benefits and savings unrivalled by any other conventional means using air ionizer. 







References

[1] ESD Association S20.20 TR – ESD Handbook
[2] Antonevich, J. and Blitshteyn, M., “Measuring the Effectiveness of Air Ionizers” EOS/ESD Symposium Proceedings 1983. ESD Association, Rome, NY.
[3] Dillenbeck, K., Characterization of Air Ionization in the Cleanroom,. Microcontamination, June 1985.
[4] ANSI/ESD Standard S20.20-2007. Protection of electrical and electronic parts, assembly and equipment (excluding electrically initiated explosive devices)
[5] ESD STM3.1-2000. ESD association standard test method for protection of electrostatic discharge susceptible items – Ionization
[6] Martin Tarr, “Failure Due to Humidity – corrosion, electromigration and absorption” - http://www.ami.ac.uk/courses/topics/0125_fdh