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Electrostatic testing is a critical process in various industries, particularly those dealing with flammable materials, powders, gases, or sensitive electronic components. Its primary purpose is to assess materials, equipment, or working environments for their potential to generate, accumulate, or discharge static electricity, which can lead to significant risks such as ignition, explosions, fires, or electronic component damage. Common tests include Surface Resistivity, Volume Resistivity, Charge relaxation, breakdown voltage, capacitance, and electrostatic charge transfer. By conducting comprehensive electrostatic testing, organizations can proactively identify and manage electrostatic hazards, ensuring safety, product integrity, and workplace standards are upheld.

Prime Process Safety Center has the expertise in conducting electrostatic testing, utilizing highly experienced lab staff and state-of-the-art equipment ensuring compliance with regulatory bodies and offering complimentary recommendations for various applications.


Breakdown Voltage
Test – Solid Materials

ESD Test 2 – Charge
Transfer Measurement

Conductivity Test

Surface Resistivity
Test - Solid Materials

Electrostatic Discharge
(ESD) Testing

ESD Test 3 – Direct
Discharge Incendivity (Igniting
Power) Measurement – Insulators

Charge Relaxation (Decay)
Time Testing for Powders

ESD Test 1 – Maximum Spark
Energy Assessment – Isolated

Electrostatic Hazards
Testing – Flexible Intermediate
Bulk Container (FIBC)