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What is the use of isolation clothing

Time:Nov 17, 2020 Views: 1

Isolation clothing, also known as clean overalls, clean tooling, purification clothing, dust-free clothing, sterile clothing, anti-static tooling, dust-free overalls, isolation clothing, protective clothing, etc.

What is the use of isolation clothing

What is the use of isolation clothing

In addition to clothing itself cannot be a source of dust emission, it also has the effect of preventing the body from emitting dust. At the same time, as a sterile clothing, it should have basic properties such as safety protection, comfort, ease of operation, and aesthetics in terms of materials and design. Otherwise, due to the different styles, fabrics and sterile underwear of work clothes, it will directly affect the number of dust and colonies in the clean room.

It is widely used in clean workshops in electronics, pharmaceuticals, food, bioengineering, optics, aerospace, aviation, color tube, semiconductor, precision machinery, plastics, spray paint, hospitals, environmental protection and other industries. There are a variety of colors and specifications suitable for different anti-static Or clean environment.

Advantages of isolation suit:

1. The fabric itself does not produce dust: Because it is worn in a clean room, it is required that the fabric cannot be a source of dust in the clean room, which determines that the ultra-clean fabric can only be produced with chemically synthesized long fibers. Natural short fibers such as cotton, linen, and silk cannot be used in ultra-clean fabrics, although these raw materials can make the fabrics more wearable. At the same time, it is required that the selected chemical fiber filaments must be strictly controlled to generate dust. Generally speaking, fully dull polyester filament is not suitable for weaving anti-static ultra-clean fabrics. Because the matting agent added in polyester production-titanium dioxide will become a source of pollution.

2. The fabric should have good dust filtering: the dust in the clean room mainly comes from the air flowing in the room and the human body moving indoors. When the equipment conditions are determined, to improve the cleanliness is to control the tiny dust generated by the human body to the maximum extent in the clothes, and let it pass through the fabric into the air. This is the so-called high dust filter rate of the fabric. Improving the dust filter rate is at the expense of the air permeability of the fabric. Therefore, knitted fabrics and loosely woven woven fabrics are not suitable for clean rooms.

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