Beadon

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Beadon has travelled a long way since it's formation in 1995. Beadon is now one of the leading distributors of Anti Static Shielding Bags, Moisture Barrier Bags and other ESD protection products.  We are also one of the top distributors for ICT Test Probes & Sockets manufactured by QA Technology Inc

 

Beadon is fully accredited to the international ISO9001-2000 Quality Standard.

Beadon has within our company a wealth of experience on all the distributor product lines we represent and are the exclusive agents for, along with our own manufacturing facility.
Beadon's Goals
Beadon's goals are of prime importance to us. Fundamental to the success of our company are these basic values and guiding principles:

 

Quality always comes first - The quality of our Products & Services  is our prime goal.
People - Our people are the source of our strength. They determine our reputation and vitality.
Service - We strive to give the best possible service to our customers, who are the focus of everything we do.

 

In the year 1991 the document CECC 00015/1 was published under the protectorat of CENELEC. It was the first European standard dealing with the handling of ESDS. A short time later on, it was converted into EN 100 015/1 for the EU-countries, translated into local languages (published in the UK as BS 5783). Unfortunately the standard contained several technical mistakes, most likely not noticed under the time pressure for a brisk publication. Furthermore, the document was written in a manner difficult to understand for a non-skilled user.

The responsibility for the revision of EN 100 015/1 had changed over to the IEC (Internation Electronic Committe) meanwhile in order to prepare an international standard.The revised paper was published as Technical Report (TR) IEC 61340-5- 1 in December 1998, edited by the meanwhile founded Technical Committee TC 101 "Electrostatics".

This technical report, as well as the corrigendum edited in 1999 has been approved as a European Standard in March 2001 under the reference EN 61340-5-1 with the following title : "Electrostatics, part 5-1 : protection of electronic devices from electrostatic phenomena - General requirements".

Since then, this European Standard is replacing the EN 100015. It is also to notice that the IEC has published some other documents to be complementary to the current standard :

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