Author - Sophie Hunt

Ant Group CEO included in Suffolk 100

John Hensley, CEO, Ant Group We are thrilled to share that our group CEO, John Hensley, has been selected as one of the most influential people in Suffolk as one of the Suffolk 100 for 2022! ‘Suffolk 100 is a collection of one hundred individuals who have made a difference and are influential in the commercial, community or cultural life of the county. It is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the achievements of the people who are significantly contributing to [...]

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Ant Group Launch New Fundraising Year with Local Charity

Bury St Edmunds based Ant Group are focussing their efforts on fundraising for Suffolk based charity Fresh Start new beginnings throughout 2022 beginning with a Pancake Breakfast to celebrate Shrove Tuesday. Fresh Start new beginnings supports children across Suffolk and Norfolk with a therapeutic treatment service for children aged 0 to 18 that have been victims of sexual abuse. Statistics show that 1 in 6 children suffer, mostly at the hands of people they trust and should be protecting them. FSnb [...]

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John Hensley, Nicki Broad

Ant Group confirm three year sponsorship deal with Nicki Broad, Age Group Team GB Triathlete.

Ant Group Limited, trading as Antistat and Integrity Cleanroom, is delighted to announce that it will be sponsoring local triathlete Nicki Broad in a three year deal starting with her competing in the Super Sprint Triathlon World Championships later this year. A new challenge Nicki came into Triathlon in her mid-thirties after looking for a new challenge. She quickly became passionate about the sport and entered her first triathlon in London in 2014. Learning more about the sport and discovering that [...]

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Continuous monitors

Continuous Monitoring in ESD Control

It is well known that wrist straps are considered the first line of ESD control. However they need to be visually inspected and checked periodically, while being worn, before handling any ESD sensitive items to warn the operator of any fault which would lead to no longer being grounded. Periodic testing versus continuous monitoring The downside of periodic testing is that there is no way of knowing when any fault occurred between testing. For example, a wrist strap can pass a [...]

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The role of ESD lab coats in ESD Protected Areas (EPA)

There is a common misconception that if a person is wearing a wrist strap, an ESD lab coat (also known as a smock) is not necessary. Many operators believe that any charge on the person or their clothes would find its way to ground via a wrist strap or via ESD footwear. Purpose of ESD lab coats Despite ESD Standards not requiring ESD lab coats or jackets, they are a very practical solution for minimising ESD events from a person’s clothing. [...]

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