SMOCK, STATSHIELD, JACKET, CUFFS, BURGUNDY, 2XLARGE
Product SKU: 73905
Minimum Order Quantity: 1
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- Groundable Static Control Garment System Tested Per ANSI/ESD S20.20-2007 (RTG < 3.5 X 10E7) Requirements
Allows operators and smock to be bonded or electrically connected to ground to prevent ESD events in ESD Protected Areas.
- Conductive Knitted Cuff With Hip-To-Cuff Grounding
Allows operator to connect coil cord to snap to the hip of the smock for �hands-free� grounding, keeping the coil cord out of the workstation.
- Minimum Of 9% Carbon Conductive Nylon Fibers Woven In Chain-Link Design
Provides continuous and consistent charge dissipation throughout lifetime of smock.
- Creates Faraday Cage Effect Around Torso And Arms Of Operator
Shields ESD charges from operators� clothing from damaging ESD sensitive devices.
- Panel To Panel Conductivity
Prevents isolated charged conductor in ESD Protected Area.
- 2-Year/100 Launderings Limited Warranty � Click HERE For Test Results
- Extended lifetime of garment will maintain its electrical and ESD properties.
- To See In-Use Picture Of Desco�s Hip-To-Cuff, Click Here
- Made In The United States of America
This item is made and stocked in Miami, FL.
- RTT sleeve to sleeve 10E5 � 10E6 ohms, per ANSI/ESD STM2.1
- Cuff electrical connection: knitted conductive fabric
- Hip connection: 4mm stud snap
- Design: 3 pockets, collar and cuff
- Color: Burgundy
- Fabric: Polyester with minimum 9% carbon fibers
- Charge Decay: < 0.1 seconds per FTMS 101C/4046
- Durability: 100 Minimum Launderings
What the ESD Association says about ESD Garments
Per ESD Handbook TR 20.20 paragraph 18.104.22.168.1.3 Garment Construction �The electrical integrity of the seams is critical and should be verified by electrical continuity measurements between all panels of the garment (ESD STM 2. 1).