ESD Garments shield electronics from static on the human body.
Made to ANSI / ESD S20.20 standards for a Static Control Garment, the 8900 Series is available in more colors than other lightweight fabrics.
• Can be embroidered with Names and Logos
• Available in V-Neck, Collar, Snap Cuff, and Knit Cuff
Call (937) 324-1100 for minimum quantity requirements.
► Made in Compliance with ANSI/ESD S20.20 2014 and IEC 61340-5-1
|Composition||97% Polyester 3% Carbon||ASTM D-629
|Ounces Per Square Yard||3.54||ASTM D-3776-85
|Cuff Snaps||4mm Snaps (1 Socket, 1 Stud Snap)||–
|Surface Resistance||106 to 107 Ohms||DIN 54345
|Charge Decay||0.5 seconds per 1000 volts||NFPA-99
|Weave||6mm rhomb ( warp knit )||
|Friction Charges||1150 volts||JIS L1094-B
|Tear Strength ( Warp )||1600g||JIS L1096 6.15.5D
|Tear Strength ( Weft )||1200g||JIS L1096 6.15.5D
|Tensile Strength ( Warp )||100kg||JIS L1096 6.12A
|Tensile Strength ( Weft ) ||54.3kg||JIS L1096 6.12A
Whenever you clean an ESD smock in a washing machine, you are degrading the quality of it. If you are using an “industrial washing service” it may only last one wash. Most ANSI / ESD S20.20 certified smocks can be washed only 90 – 100 times when laundered properly.
• Machine Wash Cold or Warm
• Do not use Bleach
• Use only Non-Ionic Detergents
• Tumble Dry Low or Hang Dry
A “Static Control Garment” has < 1 x 1011 ohms surface resistance measured point-to-point on the garment.