ISO 9001, Department of Defense, ANSI and More
Electro Soft, Inc. has all the certifications needed to tackle your electronics project, whether your industry is aviation, rail, transit, defense, or you’re an OEM. We can custom-build your cable assembly, enclosure (box build), wire harness assembly, or printed circuit board (PCB) assembly.
- ISO 9001:2015 no. 951 03 1675
- ITAR Registered
- MIL-I-45208-A Standards
- MIL-STD 2000A Standards
- Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)
- NIST SP 800-171 – Compliant
- Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA)
- System for Award Management (SAM)
- Small Disadvantaged Business
- Underwriters Laboratories Registered UL; E-161029
- U.S./Canada Joint Certified Contractor
How We Handle Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
We’ve all been zapped by static electricity — the common term for electrostatic discharge — after walking across a carpet and reaching for the door handle or a light switch. But if that were to happen in our manufacturing facility here at Electro Soft, the results could be disastrous. Even one single, tiny spark or shock can severely damage sensitive electrical equipment.
That’s why we take electrostatic discharge seriously. Our production staff wears ESD jackets and heel straps while working in Electrostatic Discharge Protected Areas (EPA). We follow the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) direction on ESD safety. Electro Soft has been ESD Floor Tested and certified per ANSI/ESD S20.20.
What, exactly, is electrostatic discharge (ESD), and why can it cause such damage to electronics? Science tells us that ESD is caused when the electrons that have built up on an object do not equal the object’s number of protons. The electrons have to go somewhere to balance things out, which is what causes those tiny sparks. Think of ESD as a miniature lightning storm. Like its big brother, ESD energy will find its way to, and through, the nearest object. An ESD can be thousands of volts, so when it comes into contact with electronics circuitry designed for much lower voltage, it can easily destroy critical components.
Below are two videos we developed to educate others about ESD.