Electro Technical Council of Ireland

TC 21 Electrostatics

Scope/Introduction: || back to top

TC21 was established in January 2015 to coordinate the national input to the work of IEC TC101 with reference to:

  • Standardisation in the field of electrostatics to provide general guidance on test methods to evaluate the generation, retention and dissipation of electrostatic charges.
  • Ascertaining the effect of electrostatic discharges.
  • Methods of simulation of electrostatic phenomena for testing purposes.
  • Requirements for design and implementation of handling areas or procedures, equipment, and materials used to reduce or eliminate electrostatic hazards or undesirable effects.

International/European Committees Shadowed (in full or in part): || back to top

IEC TC101 Electrostatics

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National Projects: || back to top

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Annual Reports: || back to top

Useful Links: || back to top

Irish Standards Catalogue
Your Standards Your Say

Livelink (Members only): || back to top

ETCI TC21 committee documents are hosted on the TC21 Livelink National eCommittees platform. The committee Secretary will have arranged for all members of the committee to have been issued with passwords. In the event of any difficulties, the committee Secretary will normally be able to assist, otherwise the national Livelink Helpdesk may be contacted at









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