Static electricity is all around us from what I see you are dealing with a huge problem. I used to work in a Class 100 clean room.
Here is what you need to do, avoid a room that is carpeted and warm. Keep your tempeture settings at atmosphere temperatures. about 60 degrees should be good enough or perhaps a little colder like in the 50s. Static electricity is caused by heat and friction and avoid wearing wool items.. Buy yourself an anti-static gown.. I used to use anti-static buny suits.. like the Intel guys..
Then, make sure you run a metal strip on the floor and ground the table that you are working on. by drilling a hole on the metal plate or pipe and use a small electric cord cable and make a loop on both ends or to make it look professional add screw loops at the ends and bolt it to the metal plate. Then when you are about to start filling your bags, instead of just taking them out of the package put them on an anti-static Kanban (plastic containers) you can purchase these at any store that sells electronics supplies like FRY`s or try our friend Tracy from continental printing here on Start up she sells office supplies.
That should solve your problem.. but remember to replenish your KANBANS.. every night so when you are ready to work they are anti-static.
This is a simple approach instead of purchasing expensive machinery..
A metal strip or plate should run you for about 20-30 bucks and then use anti-static shoes if you can... (redwing footwear carries them)..
Just simple advise tell me if it works
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