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ESD Jackets: Medium Weight 9010 Fabric, Lapel Collar, Three Snap Adjustment Sleeve

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ESD Jackets: Medium Weight 9010 Fabric, ESD Knit Cuff

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Medium weight ESD jacket with ESD Knit Cuffs perfect for all working environments.

Transforming Technologies 9010 Series ESD Jackets provide high-quality ESD protection at a great value! 9010 Series jackets are fabricated from light weight 90% polyester and 10% carbon fabric for unmatched operator comfort. Features a snap-front closure, ESD knit cuffs, three roomy patch pockets and lapel style collar. The 9010 Series garment maintains consistent continuity readings after 100 wash cycles. Available in blue, black, white, teal and maroon.

Hands-Free Grounding

The ESD knit cuffs allow for hands-free grounding. Connect an anti-static wrist strap to the  snap inside of left knit cuff and ground the jacket with a coil cord by connecting it to the snap on the left hip pocket.

Certified Level 3 ESD Jacket

The 9010 Series ESD Jackets have been independently tested and proven to meet the requirements for all three ESD garment categories defined by ANSI/ESD S20.20-2014 including the Groundable Static Control Garment System which is the most stringent of the garment resistance requirements.  Read the ESD Garment Test Report.
Meets or exceeds requirements of ANSI ESD-S20.20 and the recommendations of ESD 4.1.

Cleaning / Washing

Machine Wash Warm. Do Not Bleach. Do Not Add Detergent or Softener. Cool Tumble Dry or Hang. Remove Promptly. Surfactants such as laundry detergent and fabric softeners can chemically break down the black carbon static shielding fabric woven into ESD smocks and lab coats. Do not add them to wash.

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ESD Jackets: Lightweight 8812 Fabric, Lapel Collar, Knit Cuff

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Lightweight, breathable fabric makes this jacket perfect for warm environments and ESD Knit Cuffs allow for hands-free grounding. 

The 8812 Lapel Collar jackets are fabricated from light weight 88% polyester and 12% carbon fabric for unmatched operator comfort. Excellent for warm environments. Superior workmanship provides reliable panel to panel continuity. The JKC Series 8812 jackets maintains consistent continuity readings for up to 100 wash cycles. Available in light blue, maroon and white.

Hands-Free Grounding
Knit Cuff “Hands-Free” Smocks are worn with wrist straps attached inside the left hand cuff, and coil cords for the wrist strap attached to the left hip pocket. The wrist strap is connected to the coil cord at the snap via a “dedicated ground seam” lining the inside of the left arm down the left torso to the snap. This frees the hands from dragging cords across nearby objects. The coil cord for the wrist strap can then be attached to a bench mount ground, common point ground, constant monitor, or free standing ground.

Cleaning / Washing

Machine wash warm. Do not bleach. Do not add detergent or softener. Cool tumble dry or hang. Remove promptly. Surfactants such as laundry detergent and fabric softeners can chemically break down the black carbon static shielding fabric woven into ESD smocks and lab coats. Do not add them to wash.

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ESD Jackets: Lightweight 8812 Fabric, V-Neck Collar, ESD Knit Cuff

Light Weight ESD Jacket Vneck Knit Cuff

A lightweight and breathable V-Neck ESD jacket that keeps you cool and protected while you work and ESD Knit Cuffs allow for hands-free grounding. 

The JKC Series 8812 V-Neck Collar jackets are fabricated from light weight 88% polyester and 12% carbon fabric for unmatched operator comfort. Superior workmanship provides reliable panel to panel continuity. The JKC Series 8812 jackets maintains consistent continuity readings for up to 100 wash cycles. Available in light blue, maroon and white.

Hands-Free Grounding
Knit Cuff “Hands-Free” Smocks are worn with wrist straps attached inside the left hand cuff, and coil cords for the wrist strap attached to the left hip pocket. The wrist strap is connected to the coil cord at the snap via a “dedicated ground seam” lining the inside of the left arm down the left torso to the snap. This frees the hands from dragging cords across nearby objects. The coil cord for the wrist strap can then be attached to a bench mount ground, common point ground, constant monitor, or free standing ground.

Cleaning / Washing

Machine Wash Warm. Do Not Bleach. Do Not Add Detergent or Softener. Cool Tumble Dry or Hang. Remove Promptly. Surfactants such as laundry detergent and fabric softeners can chemically break down the black carbon static shielding fabric woven into ESD smocks and lab coats. Do not add them to wash.

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GL4500P – ESD Nylon Inspection Gloves – Palm Coated

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Palm coated ESD inspection gloves protect sensitive electronics during assembly and inspection.

Transforming Technologies ESD inspection gloves are designed to be worn when handling ESD susceptible items. They are made with a dissipative nylon to reduce charge generation. Polyurethane coated palms allow for excellent grip and increases breathability. A seamless fine gauge knit, a finished rolled cuff and uncoated back are designed for comfort and breathability. The ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use. Sold in packs of 12 pairs. NOTE: Sizes run small because they are meant to fit tightly for improved dexterity.

Specifications:

  • Fabric : Nylon and Conductive Carbon.
  • Palm Coat: Micro-Foamed Polyurethane Coating.
  • Cuff: Finished Rolled Cuff.
  • Sold in packs of 12, 1 size per pack.
  • Resistance: 10^6 – 10^8 per ANSI/ESD SP15.1.

Application and Usage
Semiconductor, SMT Assembly, Disk Drive. Applications that require handling of ESD sensitive items.

Care Instructions
The ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use.

  • Mild detergent only.
  • Use less detergent than for regular load of clothing.
  • Do not use dish soap.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Do not put in the dryer.

Product Numbers

ItemDescriptionSales Unit
GL4501ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, X-SmallPack of 12 Pairs
GL4502ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, SmallPack of 12 Pairs
GL4503ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, MediumPack of 12 Pairs
GL4504ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, LargePack of 12 Pairs
GL4505ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, X-LargePack of 12 Pairs
GL4506ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, 2X-LargePack of 12 Pairs

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GL4500D – ESD Nylon Inspection Gloves – Dot Covered Palm

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Dotted palm ESD inspection gloves protect sensitive electronics during assembly and inspection.

Transforming Technologies ESD inspection gloves are designed to be worn when handling ESD susceptible items. They are made with a dissipative nylon to reduce charge generation. PVC dots cover the palm side of the gloves which allow for excellent grip with maximum breathability. A seamless fine gauge knit, a finished rolled cuff and uncoated back are designed for comfort and breathability. The ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use. Sold in packs of 12 pairs. NOTE: Sizes run small because they are meant to fit tightly for improved dexterity.

Specifications:

  • Fabric : Nylon and Conductive Carbon.
  • Dotted Palms: Micro-Foamed Polyurethane Coating.
  • Cuff: Finished Rolled Cuff.
  • Sold in packs of 12, 1 size per pack.
  • Resistance: 10^6 – 10^8 per ANSI/ESD SP15.1.

Application and Usage
Semiconductor, SMT Assembly, Disk Drive. Applications that require handling of ESD sensitive items.

Care Instructions
The ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use.

  • Mild detergent only.
  • Use less detergent than for regular load of clothing.
  • Do not use dish soap.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Do not put in the dryer.

Product Numbers

ItemDescriptionSales Unit
GL4501DESD Inspection Gloves, Dot Covered Palm, X-SmallPack of 12 Pairs
GL4502DESD Inspection Gloves, Dot Covered Palm, SmallPack of 12 Pairs
GL4503DESD Inspection Gloves, Dot Covered Palm, MediumPack of 12 Pairs
GL4504DESD Inspection Gloves, Dot Covered Palm, LargePack of 12 Pairs
GL4505DESD Inspection Gloves, Dot Covered Palm, X-LargePack of 12 Pairs
GL4506DESD Inspection Gloves, Dot Covered Palm, 2X-LargePack of 12 Pairs

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GL4500T – ESD Nylon Inspection Gloves – Finger Tip Coated

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Finger tip coated ESD inspection gloves protect sensitive electronics during assembly and inspection.

Transforming Technologies ESD inspection gloves are designed to be worn when handling ESD susceptible items. They are made with a dissipative nylon to reduce charge generation. Polyurethane coated figure tips allow for a high level of tactile sensitivity and increases breathability. A seamless fine gauge knit and a finished rolled cuff are designed for comfort. The ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use. Sold in packs of 12 pairs. NOTE: Sizes run small because they are meant to fit tightly for improved dexterity.

Specifications:

  • Fabric : Nylon and Conductive Carbon.
  • Finger Tip Coat: Micro-Foamed Polyurethane Coating.
  • Cuff: Finished Rolled Cuff.
  • Sold in packs of 12, 1 size per pack.
  • Resistance: 10^6 – 10^8 per ANSI/ESD SP15.1.

Application and Usage
Semiconductor, SMT Assembly, Disk Drive. Applications that require handling of ESD sensitive items.

Care Instructions
The ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use.

  • Mild detergent only.
  • Use less detergent than for regular load of clothing.
  • Do not use dish soap.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Do not put in the dryer.

Product Numbers

ItemDescriptionSales Unit
GL4501TESD Inspection Gloves, Finger Tip Coated, X-SmallPack of 12 Pairs
GL4502TESD Inspection Gloves, Finger Tip Coated, SmallPack of 12 Pairs
GL4503TESD Inspection Gloves, Finger Tip Coated, MediumPack of 12 Pairs
GL4504TESD Inspection Gloves, Finger Tip Coated, LargePack of 12 Pairs
GL4505TESD Inspection Gloves, Finger Tip Coated, X-LargePack of 12 Pairs
GL4506TESD Inspection Gloves, Finger Tip Coated, 2X-LargePack of 12 Pairs

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GL4500 – ESD Nylon Inspection Gloves – Uncoated

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Uncoated ESD inspection gloves protect sensitive electronics during assembly and inspection.

Transforming Technologies ESD inspection gloves are designed to be worn when handling ESD susceptible items. They are made with a dissipative nylon to reduce charge generation. A seamless fine gauge knit construction makes it the most breathable glove available. Transforming Technologies’ ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use. Sold in packs of 12 pairs.

Specifications:

  • Fabric : Nylon and Conductive Carbon.
  • Cuff: Finished Rolled Cuff.
  • Sold in packs of 12, 1 size per pack.
  • Resistance: 10^6 – 10^8 per ANSI/ESD SP15.1.

Application and Usage
Semiconductor, SMT Assembly, Disk Drive. Applications that require handling of ESD sensitive items.

Care Instructions
The ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use.

  • Mild detergent only.
  • Use less detergent than for regular load of clothing.
  • Do not use dish soap.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Do not put in the dryer.

Product Numbers

ItemDescriptionSales Unit
GL4501ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, X-SmallPack of 12 Pairs
GL4502ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, SmallPack of 12 Pairs
GL4503ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, MediumPack of 12 Pairs
GL4504ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, LargePack of 12 Pairs
GL4505ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, X-LargePack of 12 Pairs
GL4506ESD Inspection Gloves, Plain, 2X-LargePack of 12 Pairs

 

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GL9100 Series – Static Safe Hot Gloves – Polyester – 14″

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You can have great static control and heat protection in one cleanroom compatible glove.

Designed for printed circuit boards, hybrid circuits, semiconductors and other processes, the GL9100 series ESD safe hot glove provides static protection without compromising cleanliness. Gloves resist heat up to 302°F or 150°C.

These gloves use a polyester knit fabric suffused with carbon fiber. Heat protection is enhanced with a 100% inner tricot knit polyester fabric liner and a full 14 inch length. A cuff mounted grounding snap is also included.

Specifications:

  • Fabric : Polyester knit fabric suffused with carbon fiber.
  • Inner Liner: 100% inner tricot knit polyester fabric.
  • Length: 14in
  • Temperature: Resists up to 302F (150C)
  • Electrical RTT: < 1 x 10^10 Ohms/Sq.
  • Low tribocharging: typical results less than 300 volts

Application and Usage
Semiconductor, SMT Assembly, Disk Drive. Applications that require thermal glove protection, static and contamination control.

Care Instructions
The ESD inspection gloves may be laundered for repeated use.

  • Mild detergent only.
  • Use less detergent than for regular load of clothing.
  • Do not use dish soap.
  • Do not bleach.
  • Do not put in the dryer.

Product Numbers

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FG3900 Series – Nomex® Static Safe Hot Gloves – 16″

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Have static protection and heat protection in a clean room compatible glove with the high temperature FG3900 series Nomex® gloves.

The FG3900 series Nomex® gloves are designed for printed circuit board, hybrid circuit, semiconductor and other processes that require handling objects at elevated temperatures without compromising cleanliness or potential damage to static discharge. The full length 16” gloves allow you to have static control and significant heat protection in one cleanroom compatible glove.

FG Series gloves are made of continue filament yarn which reduces particle generation. They are compatible for use in controlled environments.

Specifications:

  • Face fabric: 99% Nomex® and 1% carbon yarn.
  • The gloves resist 572° F (300° C) according to ASTM F 1050 Modified. Independent testing is available. (The melting temperature of Nomex® is 450 ℃)
  • Composition: 9% Nomex®(face side)+1% Conductive Yarn.
  • Electrical: < 10 x ^10

Application and Usage
Semiconductor, SMT Assembly, Disk Drive. Applications that require thermal glove protection, static and contamination control. Available in two convenient lengths.

ItemDescriptionSales Unit
FG3901Static Safe Hot Gloves 16" SmallPair
FG3902Static Safe Hot Gloves 16" MediumPair
FG3903Static Safe Hot Gloves 16" LargePair
FG3904Static Safe Hot Gloves 16" X-LargePair
FG3905Static Safe Hot Gloves 16" 2X-LargePair
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FG2600 Series – Nomex® Static Safe Hot Gloves – 11″

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Have static protection and heat protection in a clean room compatible glove with the FG2600 series Nomex® gloves.

The FG2600 series Nomex® gloves are designed for printed circuit board, hybrid circuit, semiconductor and other processes that require handling objects at elevated temperatures without compromising cleanliness or potential damage to static discharge. The 11” gloves allow you to have static control and significant heat protection in one cleanroom compatible glove.

FG Series gloves are made of continue filament yarn which reduces particle generation. They are compatible for use in controlled environments.

Specifications: Face fabric : 99% Nomex® and 1% carbon yarn. The gloves resist 300° C according to ASTM F 1050 Modified. Independent testing is available on request. (The melting temperature of Nomex® is 450 ℃)
Composition: 9% Nomex®(face side)+1% Conductive Yarn. Electrical: < 10 x e10

Application and Usage
Semiconductor, SMT Assembly, Disk Drive. Applications that require thermal glove protection, static and contamination control. Available in two convenient lengths.

Product Numbers

ItemDescriptionSales Unit
FG2601Static Safe Hot Gloves 11" SmallPair
FG2602Static Safe Hot Gloves 11" MediumPair
FG2603Static Safe Hot Gloves 11" LargePair
FG2604Static Safe Hot Gloves 11" X-LargePair
FG2605Static Safe Hot Gloves 11" 2X-LargePair
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ESD Socks: Works Great with ESD Shoes and Heel Grounders

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Ensure that you are electrically connected to ground by wearing ESD socks with your ESD shoes or Heel Grounders. The toe and heels of the socks are reinforced with conductive yarn.  Made with polyester, spandex and conductive yarn.

Available in small, medium and large.

Why Use ESD Socks?

The combination of ESD flooring and footwear can be an effective way to ground personnel to control electrostatic discharges when using a wrist strap is not practical. For this system to be effective, the ESD flooring and footwear must have a low enough resistance to allow the voltage from the operator to flow to ground. There also must be a good contact between the person and the ESD footwear.

While ESD shoes may be made with conductive materials, they require a layer of perspiration in the sock to provide a path-to-ground. This is a concern because there are many variables between people. Per ESD Handbook TR20.20 section 5.3.3.5 Common Testing Problems “Occasionally, footwear may indicate a high resistance…[A contributor being]heavy or insulative socks, or the absence of a sweat layer due to differences in temperature between the inner surfaces of the shoes and the wearer’s feet.”

You may see inconsistent resistance measurements from person to person, especially during colder months when employees wear heavier socks and sweat less. One person may fail a test at the start of a shift, and pass ten minutes later after a sweat layer is formed.

How much time is wasted waiting for shoes to pass a test? Or worse, how many sensitive items does a person come into contact with before their ESD shoes are truly acting as a path-to-ground.

Eliminate these variables and ensure a consistent path-to-ground with conductive ESD socks. ESD socks are made with conductive yarn which provides a reliable electrical path from the start and rely less on the wearer’s skin resistance for repeatable performance regardless of the environment.

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