Monthly Archives: August 2013

  • 10 Benefits of Ergonomic ESD Bevco Chairs

    Although there may be more than one source for ergonomic ESD chairs, Bevco ergonomic ESD chairs stand out rather well from the “crowd.” They are durable, dependable and well-established products whether meant for healthcare, laboratory, cleanroom, industrial or office settings.


    What Are the Most Salient Benefits of These Chairs?

    Some of the superlative characteristics which distinguish these chairs from the competition’s include:

    1. They reduce work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs).
    2. They reduce cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs)
    3. They reduce repetitive strain injuries (RSIs)—including carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, etc.
    4. They help boost employee or student productivity by making people feel more comfortable and by helping to reduce fatigue.
    5. They can help reduce potential worker compensation claims because of work-related injuries or strains.
    6. They help your company, school or facility save money by lasting longer than what the competition produces.
    7. They help create happier, more emotionally stable/satisfied employees and students—again, by virtue of being exceptionably comfortable.
    8. They are easy to keep clean with special manufacturing materials that resist stains, grease, water, chemicals and even punctures.
    9. They are safe for healthcare and laboratory conditions because of special, built-in contamination controls; there are also static control protection chairs.
    10. They help protect fragile, sensitive floors by being fitted with special hard plastic casters or soft wheel casters, depending on needs of customers.

    Other Characteristics That Make These Bevco ESD Chairs Unique:

    • These chairs exceed or meet highly-regarded ANSI/BIFMA standards.
    • The vinyl and fabrics used on these chairs exceed or meet California’s tech Bulletin flammability standards.
    • These Bevco ESD chairs exceed or meet NFPA standards.
    • These chairs come with an unbeatable 12-year warranty.
    • These chairs are proudly made right here in the US—by purchasing them, you are supporting the American economy at its most basic foundation.
    • These Bevco ESD chairs have a long-established safety record.
    • These chairs come in different colors and styles to suit every taste and need.


    Bevco ergonomic ESD chairs have all the qualities most people could possibly be looking for, if they have impeccable, demanding taste. While no product is perfect, these chairs come awfully close. You can prove that to yourself just by sitting on one. High quality always stands out—ergonomic Bevco ESD chairs prove that beyond a doubt!

  • How does a flux cleaner not leave a residue?

    Flux Cleaner

    When it comes to electronics, making a good connection is beyond important. If any electronic devices is going to work, the connections between components has to be essentially flawless. Of course, we use solder to affix components to a printed circuit board, but to make the best connections possible, solder flux has to be included in the mix to ensure solder flows evenly around the components and the connection. While using rosin core solder is the most common type of flux used, those who use solid core solder and separate flux from a container has to be taken into consideration as well since many automated soldering systems use this method. This leaves a clean-up job for a flux remover after the soldering has been completed.

    Leaving excess flux on a circuit board after assembly presents both manufacturers, technicians and hobbyists with issues. First and foremost, the brown residue simply looks unprofessional, even though once a circuit board is in place, no one should see it again. Secondly, and most importantly, excess flux can cause short circuits and be responsible for intermittent connections that are difficult to troubleshoot.

    That's where flux cleaners like Chemtronics ES1035, ES1631, ES1697 and others come into play. These cleaners are designed to dissolve and remove flux deposits left on circuit boards and components after soldering has been completed. Depending on the type of flux remover used, the resulting residue can either be rinsed off, wiped off or brushed off to leave a clean, flux-free surface. After the process is complete, the board is free from flux residue as well as any chemical residue from the cleaner as well.

    This means you don't have to be concerned about bad connections, intermittent shorts or hard shorts caused by flux build-up. The process is quick, easy to do and cost effective as cleaning a board costs only a few cents compared to the troubleshooting time it would take to do a repair. Electronics manufactures realize the importance of flux cleaners as a part of the manufacturing process. If you're a technician or a hobbyist, you'll want to have a can of flux remover in your kit, ready to clean up after your solder jobs as well.

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