FTC e-decay® Permanent Antistatic Fabric

Static usually caues negative impact on human body in daily life. The use of antistatic fabric can prevent the generation of static provides healthy, comfortable and safe experience for wearers.

e-decay® Permanent Antistatic Fabric used a hydrophilic surface high performance anti-static fiber, without adding antistatic chemicals during the dyeing process, our antistatic fabric can achieve an excellent antistatic effect.

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In addition, the Special Cross-Sectional Design and the use of hydrophilic surface active medium result in a permanent antistatic property. Because our process using white yarn, fabric color and designed grueture are not limited, is suitable for various stylish ready-made clothes and precise industrial garments.

e-decay® Permanent Antistatic Fabric Effect Evaluation 1:
  1. Friction- charged electrostatic potential is lower than 1000V.
  2. Permanent antistatic effect: Function remains after wash.
  3. Civil Material Quality STD: 1000V.

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e-decay® Permanent Antistatic Fabric Effect Evaluation 2:

    The testing comparison procedures of static produced by friction between permanent water-repellent fabric and general water-repellent fabric Testing Procedures:
  1. Cut the permanent water-repellent antistatic fabric and general water-repellent fabric into 5cm x 8 cm.
  2. Use high-voltage discharge rod Model BD-10AS (115V/50Hz/0.35A).Rub the rod against each fabric.

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  4. Use the projector film to cover the surface and rise the projector film at an angle of 45 degree, the general water-repellent fabric will attract to the film, meanwhile the permanent antistatic fabric will attract film, which anti-static ability, indicating a strong.

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 Contact us:

- Contact: Lawrence Liu, Bruce Chung
- E-mail: lawrenceliu@ftc.com.tw(Lawrence), t8015@ftc.com.tw(Bruce)
- Telphone: (886)2-8770-1631(Lawrence), 886-5-5577532(Bruce)
- Fax: (886)2-27174316(Lawrence)

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