ESD cleanroom garment

Anti-static clothing, namely anti-static work clothes, anti-static special tooling. Anti-static clothing is to prevent static electricity from accumulating on clothing, using anti-static fabric as the fabric, sewing work clothes according to the specified style and structure.
Anti-static fabric is a fabric that is woven with yarns mixed with conductive fibers or embedded with conductive filaments when weaving. It can also be a fabric that has been treated with anti-static properties.
Anti-static work clothes refer to work clothes sewn with anti-static fabric as the fabric to prevent the accumulation of static electricity on the clothing. Anti-static fabric is a fabric formed by mixing conductive fibers or anti-static synthetic fibers or both at roughly equal intervals or evenly during weaving. Conductive fiber refers to the general term for fibers made of metal or organic conductive materials or sub-conductive materials in whole or in part, and its volume resistivity ρv is between 104 to 109 Ω/cm. According to the distribution of conductive components in the fiber, conductive fibers can be divided into three types: uniform conductive component, conductive component covering type, and conductive component composite type.
The anti-static work clothes made of conductive fibers are added to the chemical fiber fabric, and the electricity dissipation is based on two mechanisms of leakage and neutralization of electric charges. When grounded, the static electricity on the fabric is neutralized by the corona discharge of the conductive fiber, and can also be discharged to the ground through the conductive fiber; when it is not grounded, the weak corona discharge of the conductive fiber is used to dissipate the electricity.