A. Two layer rubber composite material. Material consists of a layer which provides a non-marring interior surface that will not blemish shoes and a black conductive layer to ground via ESD flooring.
B. Non-marring innter layer
C. 24" conductive ribbon
D. One megohm fully insulated current limiting resistor.
E. Hook and loop adjustable closure.
F. Elastic material for comfort
Meets the requirements of ANSI/ESD S20.20, JEDEC-108/9, MIL-HDBK-263A, MIL-STD-1686, DOD-STD-2000
Dual layer rubber
Will not mark shoes
Hook and loop fastening system
Adjustable and comfortable
24" long nylon polyester grounding tab
Does not particulate; good body to ground contact
RG: 1 x 10E6 lt; 1 x 10E8 ohms per ESD SP9.2 7 ESD TR53
Made in the United States of America
Per ESD SP9.2 Appendix B - Foot Grounder Usage Guidance Compliance verification should be performed prior to each use (daily, shift change, etc). The accumulation of insulative materials may increase the foot grounder system resistance. If foot grounder are worn outside the ESD protected area testing for functionality before reentry to the ESD protected area should be considered. Per ANSI/ESD S20.20 Paragraph 18.104.22.168 Personnel Grounding Guidance, ESD protective flooring, used with approved footwear, may be used as an alternative to the wrist strap system for standing operations ESD Handbook TR 20.20 paragraph 5.2.3 If the contact area between the bottom of the foot and the floor is not continuous, charge generation may occur especially when a person is walking. Heel straps must be worn on both feet to minimize the amount of the time that the body of the person is isolated from ground while walking.