Premium ESD Black Lab Coats are the very best of the range, specially designed to be extremely comfortable and practical with superior ESD qualities.
2/3 in length, our premium ESD black lab coats belong to the standard collection of lab coats as their design meets the usual requirements. Although very similar in appearance, these lab coats are provided with superior qualities and features which makes them unbeatable compared to standard lab coats. Each lab coat is manufactured using a static dissipative woven fabric (carbon loaded yarns in 5 mm grid), making the smock suitable for wear in electrostatic protected environments (EPAs). The fabric is composed of 74% Polyester, 24% Cotton, 2% Conductive fibre and weighs 125 g/m. These lab coats can help prevent damage to sensitive electronic components that are being assembled or packaged within a protected area, making them a vital tool for electronics manufacturing, healthcare and cleanroom environments.
The premium ESD black lab coats are available in unisex sizes ranging from S – 3XL, giving you lots of choice to choose from. They have 2 side pockets and 1 breast pocket with an ESD symbol so you can hold items such as ESD pens with ease. Each lab coat has hidden snap-fasteners and cuffs with snap-fasteners. As optional features, you can also request for a standing collar, conductive elasticated cuffs, waist knitter and grounding smocks – giving you lots of flexibility.
Embroidered or printed company logo or text available upon request.
Individual custom-made ESD Clothing also available, including bespoke sizes and colours.
- Available sizes: unisex S – 3XL.
- Composed of 74% Polyester, 24% Cotton, 2% Conductive fibre.
- Fabric weighs 125 g/m.
- Static dissipative woven fabric (carbon loaded yarns in 5 mm grid).
- Black as standard colour, other colours can be requested.
- High quality fabric, offering excellent comfort.
- 2 side pockets, 1 breast pocket with ESD symbol.
- V-neck collar
- Hidden snap-fasteners.
- Cuff with snap-fasteners.
- 2/3 length.
- IEC/TS 61340-4-9-2016 and ANSI/ESD STM2.1-2018 ESD certified products.
- RoHS and REACH compliant.
- Standing collar.
- Conductive elasticated cuff.
- Waist knitter.
- Grounding smock.
Why Choose Our ESD Lab Coats?
Here at Bondline, we ensure that we use the highest quality fabrics and static dissipative materials to provide excellent ESD protection. Additionally, our ESD clothing range is specially designed to be comfortable and light-weight for the operator to ensure maximum satisfaction and increased productivity.
- Premium range of ESD lab coats – the best of the best!
- Extremely comfortable, lightweight and breathable with great practicality.
- Superior materials and antistatic properties, providing excellent ESD protection.
- V-neck collar, 3 pockets (one breast pocket, two on lower sides) with poppers.
- Compliant according to IEC-61340-1-5 International Standard and RoHS and REACH standards.
- Bespoke customisation – colours, logo embroidery, etc.
- Competitively-priced and high-quality.
- Unisex style.
Why Do You Need Antistatic Clothing?
Antistatic clothing is an essential part of many electronic manufacturing and engineering companies, including labs, health environments, precision engineering environments. ESD clothing should always be seen as another vital aid in an ESD protective area. Static control products are there to minimise effects of electrostatic charges being built up from non-ESD clothing. It’s best to invest in quality ESD clothing than having to spend a great amount of money and time in replacing items damaged from static.
How Do ESD Clothes Work?
The main reason as to why people wear ESD smocks is to shield their insulative clothing and minimise the electric fields generated from their clothing. By wearing these protective clothes, it allows static fields to be suppressed on employee clothing. The conductive fibres woven into the material provide a ‘Faraday Cage’ effect that prevents dangerous fields from extending to and damaging sensitive products. Therefore, allowing an ESD-safe area.
As touched on above, clothing material is a significant factor to consider when selecting what to wear in your Electrostatic Protected Area (EPA). If your clothes are manufactured from synthetic fibres then they can generate great amounts of static charge and could potentially cause damage. However, if the fabric is an insulator it can cause catastrophic results when in contact with static-sensitive components; this is because an isolated charged insulator cannot be grounded. When working with ESD sensitive equipment, you should also consider your sleeves and waist since they can produce several thousand volts (a significant electric field to expose nearby conductors) that may induce charges on nearby isolated conductors.
Bondline’s antistatic smocks, on the other hand, are specifically designed to prevent damage to sensitive electronic components that are being assembled or packaged within a protected area.
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