Nantong Bao Jian: knowledge of choosing anti static work clothes

Anti static work clothes are made of anti-static fabric to prevent the accumulation of static electricity< There are many kinds of Antistatic Fabrics, which can be summarized into three types: the first one is to use antistatic agent to finish the fabric with resin, and adhere to the surface of synthetic fiber fabric after dip rolling and baking, so that the fabric has a certain antistatic effect. This method is now only used in civilian clothing to overcome the electrostatic phenomena such as clothing entanglement, spark discharge, pollution and dust absorption the second method is to add antistatic agents, such as phospholipids, sulfonates and other surfactants, or introduce a third monomer to obtain durable antistatic fibers. As most of the antistatic agents of additives are surfactants that will react or decompose in case of alkali, alkaline detergent should not be used in fabric finishing or washing to prevent affecting the antistatic effect. This kind of fiber is suitable for dust-free clothing, sterile clothing and civil clothing the third is to mix conductive fibers into ordinary fabrics. This kind of antistatic fabric is now generally accepted and recognized because it is not affected by the environment. The antistatic property of this kind of antistatic fabric can be divided into four types according to the types of conductive fibers and the distribution of conductive components (metal, graphite, carbon black, etc.) in the fibers: homogeneous conductive component type, covered conductive component type, composite conductive component type and mixed conductive component type. Among them, other composite conductive fibers containing carbon black, graphite and other conductive components can be directly used for weaving filaments. 1f a conductive filament is embedded in the warp at a certain interval (such as about 1.5 cm), a good antistatic effect can be obtained. 1t is the best conductive fiber currently used for weaving antistatic clothing fabrics

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