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Electrostatic properties of antistatic cloth woven partly with electrically conductive fibers

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1 Author(s)
Tabata, Y. ; Ind. Safety Inst., Min. of Labour, Tokyo, Japan

An electrically conductive fiber and an antistatic cloth woven partly with electrically conductive fibers have a high electrostatic elimination effect in wet as well as dry atmospheres. The electrostatic elimination effect of the antistatic cloth does not decay with repeated washing. Antistatic cloth has been widely used in industry to prevent the electrostatic risk caused by electrification of fiberware. Charge densities and discharge characteristics of various antistatic cloths, controlled primarily by weaving electrically conductive fibers into the cloth, have been investigated experimentally. The electrostatic elimination effect of these is evaluated

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 2 )