Glossary: AATCC 134 Test Method 134
Test method AATCC 134 assesses the static-generating propensity of carpets when a person walks across the carpeted area. This test method uses controlled laboratory simulation of conditions that may be encountered in use, focusing on conditions known to be strong contributors to excessive accumulation of static charges. This test is valid for specifications requiring compliance to static-control standards like ANSI/ESD S20.20, FAA 019f, Motorola R56 and EN 61340-5-1.
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