ESD Smocks

To bring you the best deal on ESD Smocks possible, we are now stocking these models of smocks. When you place an order, they are ready to ship as soon as you need them. We have stocked a wide range of styles to suit every preference and requirement.
MicroStat ESD Smocks
RECOMMENDED - IN STOCK

MicroStat ESD Smocks

A Comfortable, Cotton Blend

Surface Resistivity: 106 ohms/sq.
65% Polyester, 34% Cotton, 1% Carbon Yarn
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Airlite III ESD Smocks
RECOMMENDED - IN STOCK

Airlite ESD Smocks

Our Most Popular & Affordable

Surface Resistivity: 105 ohms/sq.
97% Polyester, 3% Carbon Nylon
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Work-Stat ESD Smocks
RECOMMENDED - IN STOCK

Work-Stat ESD Smocks

Passes ANSI Sleeve-to-Sleeve Test

Surface Resistivity: 105 ohms/sq.
87% Polyester, 13% Carbon Yarn
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All Available ESD Smocks:

9010

106 ohms/sq.
Lightweight
90% Polyester/
10% Carbon Fiber

98/Two

108 ohms/sq.
Medium Weight
98% Polyester/
2% Carbon Nylon

Airlite III

105 ohms/sq.
Lightweight
97% Polyester/
3% Carbon Fiber

Airlite EC2

105 ohms/sq.
Lightweight
94.8% Polyester/
5.2% Carbon Fiber

Burlington C3™

107 ohms/sq.
Heavyweight
99% Polyester/
1% Carbon Fiber

ECX-500/StatStar

106 ohms/sq.
Medium Weight
98% Polyester/
2% Carbon Nylon

IVX-400/StatMaster

105 ohms/sq.
Medium Weight
93% Polyester/
7% Carbon Nylon

MicroStat

105 ohms/sq.
Heavyweight
65% Polyester/
34% Cotton/1% Carbon

OFX-100/ESD Sheer

105 ohms/sq.
Lightweight
87% Polyester/
13% Carbon Nylon

Work-Stat

105 ohms/sq.
Lightweight
87% Polyester/
12% Carbon Yarn

ISO S20.20 Standards for ESD-Safe Garments

All personnel shall be bonded or electrically connected to the grounding/equipotential bonding system when handling ESDS items. The personnel grounding method(s) shall be selected from Table 2. Personnel seated at ESD protective workstations shall be connected to the grounding/equipotential bonding system via a wrist strap. For standing operations, personnel shall be grounded via a wrist strap or by a footwear/flooring system meeting the requirements of Table 2. When garments are used to achieve personnel grounding, it shall be documented in the ESD Control Program Plan. The garment shall have electrical continuity from one sleeve to the other and must also meet the wrist strap resistance requirements defined in Table 2 and the groundable static control garment system in Table 3.