Static Control Products
ElectraWear-ESD Lab Coat
Professional Grade! Fully compliant to the new ANSI/ESD S 20.20-2021 Static Control Garment Standards. Light in weight yet INDESTRUCTIBLE in performance. Unisex Design, great fit. These garments may be machine washed with great results and are readily available in White and Blue.
We Challenge You to Find a Better ESD Lab Coat at TWICE the Price!
Our ElectraWear ESD Lab Coats are used to shield ESD sensitive components from the static generated by the technician.
For a brief 2 minute video on how a smock works to shield an electrostatic charge please see our YouTube Video
Professional Grade at a Realistic Price!
ElectraWear ESD Lab Coats are made of an indestructible yet light weight synthetic fabric with a 5 mm grid work of static control monofilaments.
The major seams are triple stitched and each lab coat comes with a breast pocket, side pockets, easy to adjust snap style cuffs.
ElectraWear Lab Coats are a breeze to launder and are a true wash and wear fabric!
These garments are highly resistant to stains and may be washed (gentle cycle) in industrial washing machines OR at home (always wash separately and use a mild detergent such as woolite or a very small amount of tide 2x.
Drying: Allow to hang dry for best results or dry using a VERY low heat setting for about 10 minutes prior to hanging.
ElectraWear lab coats significantly shield and reduce static by providing an electrical conductivity that is considered SAFE and approved for use around Energized Equipment.
Perfect for Electronic Manufacturing, Server Areas and more.
Recognized as SAFE around energized equipment.
COMPLIANT TO: ANSI/ESD S20.20-2021, Static Control Garment.
Warranted for 1 year or 100 washings (details apply, see the bottom of this page).
Snap style Cuffs and front closure, Side hip pockets & breast pocket.
Professional Grade - Easy wash and wear care.
Outstanding Value and Professional Grade.
Tame the Static Beast Before it Takes another Byte!
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