[CCTECH] PC board storage

From: Richard Erlacher <edick_at_idcomm.com>
Date: Thu Jul 4 23:04:24 2002

If you're talking assembled and working boards, you probably want to put
them in static-dissipative (primary) packaging and put that in antistatic
(secondary) packaging that's capable of protecting them mechanically. The
totes aren't all they're cracked up to be unless you have a way of sealing
them. The "nickel" bags as primary packaging with pink-poly
(non-static-generating) secondary packaging to protect them from physical
trauma and the whole thing in a sturdy box together with other similarly
packaged and protected boards should do the trick. A little dessicant to
prevent condensation inside the primary packaging is helpful as well.


-----Original Message-----
From: Cini, Richard <RCini_at_congressfinancial.com>
To: 'CCLTech' <cctech_at_classiccmp.org>
Date: Monday, July 01, 2002 12:39 PM
Subject: [CCTECH] PC board storage

>Hello, all:
> I'm seeking opinions on long-term PC board storage. Is it better for
>longer term storage of "classic" boards to individually pack them in "metal
>out" static bags and store them in conventional cardboard boxes or should I
>buy a few static dissipative cardboard boxes or Bentron plastic totes and
>store the boards there?
>cctech mailing list
Received on Thu Jul 04 2002 - 23:04:24 BST

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