How to classify electrostatic garments to different dust free clothing grades?

Dust-free clothes are not unfamiliar to everyone. They are suitable for dust-free workshops of electronic semiconductors, pharmaceuticals and precision instruments. Dust-free workshops are divided into different grades. So cleanroom clothes have different grades. What are they? Let’s take a look.

Classification on Electrostatic Garments

First of all, it is divided into 100, 1000 and 10000. The highest grade is 100. For example, electrostatic fabrics are divided into 0.25 grid, 0.5 grid and 0.5 stripes. Different fabrics correspond to different grades. The performance of antistatic clothing mainly depends on the conductive wires on clothing. The denser the conductive wires, the better the effect. It can also prevent dust and have good dust filtering function.

10,000-grade clothes, that is, stripes of 05, are worse than the mesh. They are generally used in coats, split suits, etc. They are suitable for electronic factories, food factories and so on. 1000-level 0.5 grid, the grid wire is more dense than the Striped electrostatic clothing, mostly used in electronic semiconductors, precision instruments, biopharmaceuticals and so on.

Class 100 is 0.25 grid, which is the cleaner clothes with higher grade on the market. It can be made into a single suit, which can better play a protective effect. It is suitable for aerospace, biopharmaceuticals, microelectronics and other industries with higher requirements.

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