Vidaro Advanced Static Control ESD Garments—
Vi-Gard 1 Static Dissipative Fabric Construction
Static electricity can spell trouble. In the laboratory, manufacturing, assembly and packaging areas, people can generate and retain static charges up to 35,000 volts—more than enough to damage or degrade nearby sensitive electronic components, devices and semiconductors. This is especially true in low-humidity areas.
That's why Vidaro uses Vi-Gard static dissipative fabrics for its garments. Along with other static control devices, these advanced static control fabrics provide a first-line defense against product damage.
Vi-Gard garments offer durability, improved color retention and permanent static control properties. These modern permanent press garments require no topical treatment, so you can wear, handle, and launder them as you would ordinary clothing.
Vidaro Advanced Static Control garments are cool and comfortable, so they may be worn over normal clothing, yet they effectively reduce electrostatic charges to safe levels, eliminating the possibility of arcing from workers to sensitive electronic products.
Traditional Lab Coat
Vidaro’s ViGard Lab Coats are knee length,38"(965 mm) long, and are newly designed for today's active work environment, featuring all the Vidaro quality features you count on.
Vidaro Service Coats are hip length, 30" (762 mm) long, with the fresh look of a traditional service coat with a narrower lapel, and contoured to be comfortable for today's more casual work atmosphere.
ViGard Technical Specifications:A woven 65% polyester, 34% cotton, 1% carbon-modified nylon yarn with a 1/8" (3 mm) grid network pattern. Precure resin finished, Vi-Gard I garments resist wrinkles. Just wash, tumble dry and wear. And Vi-Gard I weighs a scant five ounces/square yard (0.17 kg/m2).
Tests performed on Vi-Gard I fabrics at 50% relative humidity and at 70°F produce a surface resistivity of less than 2.6 x 106 -4.8 x 109 ohms/unit square.
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