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ESD

Abbreviation for:
early supported discharge 
electronic submission document
electronic summation device
electrospray deposition
end-systolic diameter
endoscopic submucosal dissection
entrance skin dose
entrance surface dose
environmental sex determination
esterase D
Extended Scale for Dementia
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ESD Guns is a distributor and manufacturer of electrostatic discharge testing equipment, accessories and hardware for ESD compliance to international standards IEC 61000-4-2, ISO 10605, RTCA/DO-160, Mil-STD-461G CS 118 and more.
Two categories were selected: ESD shoes with ESD floors (Figure 3 a), and non-ESD shoes with non-ESD floors (Figure 3b).
That's why the district won't realize the savings it initially predicted by withdrawing from Lane ESD, Linder said, because its cost of serving these students is going up.
The overall market for ESD products is estimated by NanoMarkets to be slightly more than $1.
While the threshold for human detection of ESD transients is about 3,000 volts, a latent or catastrophic failure could occur to an electronic device at a much lower level, even less than 100 volts.
Most facilities select "ESD-safe" versions of these hand coverings, expecting that the ESD hazards associated with regular, insulative hand coverings (plastics, latex, vinyl, etc.
A special two-day seminar on developing an ESD audit program based on ANSI/ESD S20.
Many ESD floors are made of a homogenous PVC tile using a carbon matrix as the conductor from the top of the tile to the bottom.
Plastics are meeting stiffer demands for ESD and EMI protection, electrostatic paintability, and also improved colorability and mechanical strength, thanks to ICPs, IDPs, nano-carbons, and new pitch carbon fibers.
Last year ESD, New York State's lead privatization agency, offered an 18,000 SF site on Smith Street for sale through a similar RFP process.