Pro 4408 ESD
The Pro 4408 ESD chair is unbreakable, ergonomic and available in different heights. The seat angle, back angle and back height can be easily adjusted separately to the desired position for optimal seating comfort.
The work chair Pro 4408 ESD has a PU (polyurethane) ESD seat and backrest that is resistant to various chemicals and is easy to clean. The chair is equipped with a height-adjustable foot board to support your feet and is ideal for high workplaces where ESD-sensitive components are used. Static build-up is safely dissipated through the conductive parts in the seat. This prevents damage to electronically sensitive equipment. The work chair Score Pro 4408 ESD meets the standard IEC 61340-5-1 and also meets the Cleanroom standard.
|Work surface height:||90-115 cm|
|Height adjustment:||59 - 84 cm|
- Comply with Cleanroom norm
- Prices are without armrests
- Height adjustable footboard that moves with the height of the seat
- Castors are not recommended, due to risk of tilting
- Comply with ESD norm IEC 61340
The friction of different materials (especially plastic) generates static electricity. If you touch e.g. metal or more unfortunately ”an ESD-sensitive component”, this may be discharged through you as small shocks. Unpleasant for you, but damaging to the electronic component you are working with. As a result, high repair and/or replacement costs. You can prevent this with an ESD-safe workplace (EPA). ESD stands for Electronic Static Discharge, i.e. the discharge of static electricity. By using conductive components and upholstery on our chairs, the static electricity is continuously discharged from the chair through the conductive floor to an earthed point in the workplace.
Score has an extensive range of approved ESD-safe chairs, which can be delivered with a resistance of ”1Mohm” to ensure a controlled discharge. The motto ”no electrical charge means no discharge” is used as a basis for these chairs. Score ESD chairs and footrests comply with the ”IEC 61340-5-1” directive and have been tested by the ”SP Technical Research Institute” from Sweden.