Amongst all the coverage of the project, this short video is definitely worth watching. The engineer behind the car’s design may surprise you… http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-cornwall-41698466/the-85-year-old-rocket-scientist-behind-the-1000mph-car Antistat provided an ESD safe environment for the car during an earlier phase of development, and we’re proud to have played a part in this project; a global engineering adventure which is inspiring the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Antistat has completed a new global distribution agreement with Future Electronics. Future Electronics, a global leader in electronics distribution, has an impressive reputation for developing efficient, comprehensive global supply chain solutions, as well as providing differentiated engineering services encompassing technical support, technology training and custom board design. Antistat’s main areas of expertise is high-end, technology led packaging solutions, ESD supplies and Clean Room materials. In addition, the company specializes in finding innovative technical solutions, as well as identifying ways to reduce [...]
ESD packaging, such as antistatic bags and static shielding bags, are some of the most important safety products used in manufacturing environments. Without these specialised packaging solutions, it would be virtually impossible to safely transport products and components from the production line to their final destination. However, despite their importance to ensure quality and reliability of product, there is still confusion about the differences between antistatic and static shielding bags. Let us clarify here ESD-focused packaging is always classified in one [...]
Following on from our recent prize draw to win tickets to witness first-hand the Bloodhound SSC’s first run in Newquay next month, two lucky people have been selected at random, and they are now counting down to the big day. Scott from Felixstowe and Craig from Glasgow are now planning their visits to Cornwall, each with a guest, using their £500 prize money. The Bloodhound project’s first public test run is at a VIP day on 26th October when project supporters [...]