ESD finger cots are specialized protective covers worn on individual fingers to prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging sensitive electronic components. ESD finger cots are typically made of natural rubber or latex, with a layer of conductive material or coating that allows static electricity to dissipate.

ESD finger cots are commonly used in electronic manufacturing, assembly, and repair environments where workers handle small and delicate electronic components. They are designed to fit snugly on individual fingers, providing a barrier between the worker’s skin and the electronic components. ESD finger cots are an ideal solution for workers who need to maintain finger dexterity and sensitivity while also preventing electrostatic discharge.

ESD finger cots are available in a range of sizes to fit different finger lengths and widths. They are also available in different colors to identify their level of ESD protection. White finger cots are typically used for general ESD protection, while blue finger cots are used for higher levels of protection.

ESD finger cots must be properly maintained and replaced regularly to ensure their effectiveness. They should be stored in a cool, dry place and kept away from direct sunlight, as UV radiation can damage the conductive coating. THey are should also be replaced if they become damaged or if they lose their conductivity.