|Room 313, Building B, Bozhi Center, Chentian Industrial Park, Chentian Road, Baoan District,||Sales@szfairtech.com|
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100 Meter|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||10000000meter per Week|
|Permeability To Water:||55.00 To 60.00g/hr||Feature:||Anti-Static, Shrink-Resistant, Sustainable, Tear-Resistant|
|Style:||Other, TWILL, Antistatic||Width:||58/60|
|Tear Strength:||20-30N||Surface Resistance:||10^6-10^9Ω|
Uniform Cloth Polyester Anti static ESD,
Dustproof Anti static ESD
ESD clothing made with FairtechTextiles fabrics is the best solution for protecting electronic components against electrostatic discharge (ESD). Our Anti Static fabrics are certified to European Standards and specifically designed to prevent the ESD effect when working with electronics, high-explosive vapors, or in super-clean lab environments.
Antistatic fabric, also known as conductive fabric or ESD fabric, is a type of textile that is designed to dissipate or neutralize static electricity. It is commonly used in industries where static electricity can cause damage to sensitive electronic components or create safety hazards.
There are five different styles of anti-static cloth available. They are 5mm strip, 5mm grid, 2.5mm grid, anti-static polyester, and anti-static TC fabric. The fabric is 1.5 meters wide, with surface resistance between 10^6 Ω - 10^9 Ω, and can be used in class 10-100 cleanrooms. It is mainly used in the production of dust-proof clothing, anti-static clothing, anti-static masks, anti-static gloves, anti-static shoes, and shoe covers.
Uncontrolled release from static build-up is a potential hazard in many industries, especially where combustible fuels, gases and dusts are present. The human body is capable of generating up to 40,000 volts of static electricity, which can discharge and potentially damage electronic circuits, precision machinery, or even create gas explosions. Antistatic fabrics are built with conductive fibers that are woven into the fabric, dissipating static charges to create a controlled environment.
Antistatic fabrics have various applications in industries such as Electronics manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Aerospace, Oil and Gas, and more. This fabric is also used to make ESD garments, used to protect employees from static accidents and electronic components from being damaged by static discharge.
Called “conductive silk”, this fabric consists of special polyester filament and high quality conductive yarns. It can be used to sew a range of protective garments, including coveralls, suits, jackets, caps, and boots. In addition to providing good resistance to static, chemicals, and abrasion, this fabric is ideal for Class 1000 cleanrooms and higher, and has broad applications in electronics, medicine, biology, optics, and even aerospace industries. It is designed to meet ESD standards with a system resistance of 10e6-10e8Ω. It prevents static electricity from accumulating on clothes, while at the same time separating or interweaving the conductive fibers when spun.
The “conductive fiber fabric” is made from metal oxides or carbon black through composite spinning. When tested under a temperature of 20± 5℃, humidity of 30～40%, and washed 100 times, it has an average fabric charge surface density of ≤7.0μc/m2. ESD clothing meets a single cloth etymology of electricity requirement of less than 0.6μc/pc, and its washable grade is ≥33.0h for A grade and ≥16.5h for B grade.
|Style||Other, TWILL, Antistatic|
|Color||White, Blue, Pink, Yellow, Green And Etc|
|Type||5mm Grid/strip Fabric Or 4mm Grid/strip Fabric|
|Use||Jacket, Shirt, Bag, Blanket, Cap, Curtain, Dress, Garment, Industry, Shoes, Suit|
|Feature||Anti-Static, Shrink-Resistant, Sustainable, Tear-Resistant|
|Material||Polyester/Cotton, 98% Polyester+2% Conductive Filament|
Antistatic fabrics come with a wide range of applications in different industries. From electronics and semiconductor production to automotive and pharmaceutical sectors, these fabrics are used to protect personnel and sensitive components from electrostatic discharge. They are even employed when handling explosives and flammable substances, preventing static discharge and potential ignition.
Furthermore, with proper care and maintenance, these fabrics can retain their conductivity and antistatic properties throughout their useful life. It is important to follow the manufacturer guidelines for the right washing, drying, and handling procedure to prevent any harm to their antistatic properties.
Brand Name: Fairtech
Model Number: FR2101
Place of Origin: China
Certification: CE, ISO
Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Meter
Packaging Details: 100-130meter/roll
Delivery Time: 3-5days
Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 10000000meter per Week
Use: Jacket, Shirt, Bag, Blanket, Cap, Curtain, Dress, Garment, Industry, Shoes, Suit
Tear Strength: 20-30N
Our Anti Static ESD Fabrics are made of conductive fabric and anti-static fabric, which are designed to prevent static electricity. These fabrics are ESD safe and are perfect for any application requiring anti static protection. They are also lightweight and durable, making them ideal for a variety of applications such as jackets, shirts, bags, blankets, caps, curtains, dresses, garments, industry, shoes, and suits. The fabric is also tear-resistant with a strength of 20-30N, and has a weight of 200-400g/m2.
Q1. What are the disadvantages of ESD?
A1: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) occurs when a non-conducting surface is rubbed against another and the contacted surfaces are then parted. ESD can damage or destroy sensitive electronic components, erase or alter magnetic media, or set off explosions or fires in flammable environments.
Q2. What is ESD protection?
A2: Protection against electrostatic discharges (ESD) is part of EMC Immunity (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) requirements. It is the ability for equipment to properly operate in its electromagnetic environment by limiting the reception of electromagnetic energy that may cause physical damage.
Q3. What is the difference between antistatic and ESD?
A3: Anti-static floors usually have a coating or chemical additive that dissipates static across its surface so that you never build up enough charge to get a shock. ESD is a much more robust solution that delivers more consistent, long-term results because it's actually earthed.
Q4. What are 4 ways to prevent ESD?
A4: Keep electrostatic-sensitive parts in their containers until they arrive at static-protected workstations. Place parts in a static-protected area before removing them from their containers. Avoid touching pins, leads, or circuitry. Always be properly grounded when touching a static-sensitive component or assembly.
Q5. How important is ESD protection?
A5: ESD protection is a vital consideration when working with sensitive electronic components and assemblies. ESD stands for electrostatic discharge and refers to sudden releases of built-up static electricity. This common phenomenon can damage electronic parts if not guarded against.
Contact Person: Fairy Huang