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Products : R.STAT/S fibres

Security and heat resistance in textiles

Stainless steel is well-known for its electrical conductive properties as well as for its optimal thermal behaviour (resists to very high temperatures).

The R.STAT/S product range:

R.STAT/S fibres should be blended at a low rate that will be determined according to the construction of the textile material, according to its conditions of process and use and to the degree of static protection level expected.

When an antistatic/conductive continuous yarn is used, the rate of introduction is of less importance than the way the antistatic/conductive yarn is introduced.

For thermal application, stainless steel is used in pure (glass industry) or blended with other heat resistant fibres (meta-aramid, Kermel, …). .

R.STAT/S fibers characteristics:

Equivalent count
Electric resistance
4 dTex
150-170 Ω/cm
R.STAT/S 12μ
9 dTex
60-80 Ω/cm
R.STAT/S 22μ
30 dTex
10-30 Ω/cm

Some examples of products
(other articles on demand):

Broken fibres
Short length, long length
Pure : 100 % 8µm - 12μm
Blended : 50 % 12μ or 8µ – 50 % PET
Broken silvers 8 and 12µm
Short length, long length
1 to 6 gr/m 100 % stainless steel
Blends on demand
Spun yarns
Nm 8 to Nm 15 100 % stainless steel
blends on demand
Continuous yarns
275fx2x12µ, …
Monofilaments 35 to 500 μm
Other type on demand
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(indicative, only for fibre and not guaranted for the finished product)

No contra-indication according to our experience
> 50 on fibre
No alteration in contact with alkali nor acid standard pH
Chlore et acide sulfurique proscrits - Milieux trop réducteurs non recommandés
AISI 316L alloy complies with 94/27/CE guideline
(the more the alloy contains nickel, the more the passive layer is insulating and the less nickel is released)

Applications :

Non-tissés industrielsIndustrial nonwovens (filtration)
Vêtements de protection
Protective garments
Brosses électrostatiques
Electrostatic brushes
Textile chauffant
Heating textiles
Blindage électromagnétique
Electromagnetic shielding


Moquettes tissées, tuftées
Woven, tufted carpets
Semelles de chaussures et chaussant
Fitting (shoe insoles, …)
Filtration d'airGlass industry (carglass, glassware…),
Brûleurs, Joints de fours…
Burners, Oven seal…

These examples are not exhaustive. Do not hesitate to inquire about your project and we'll find for you the most suitable solution.

Some examples of end-products:

Superficial resistivity
Cross resistance
98 % PET + 2 % R.STAT/S
Shoe insole
DIN 54345
103 Ω
102 Ω
50 % viscose + 30 % Wool
19 % PET + 1 % R.STAT/S
Protective garment
EN 1149
103 Ω
103 Ω
95 % PET
+ 5 % R.STAT/S
Filter felt
DIN 54345-5
103 Ω
102 Ω


Textile material including a suitable content of R.STAT/S fibres can pass the following norms:
- EN 1149 parties 1 (surface resistivity) and 2 (cross resistance): electrostatic properties for protective clothing.
- DIN 54345 : electrostatic properties of textiles (floorings, nonwovens, fabrics), included part 5 (electrostatic properties of nonwovens for filter media).

These values are non-contractual and just indicative. We reserve the right to complement or amend them. More information, based on assimilated experience, is available on request.
The given examples are only guidelines for you to design your own products. Information will be given on the basis of your own specifications that must have been supplied to R.STAT and is not a guarantee by R.STAT. Control, certification and validation of products (under their final commercial form and under real conditions of use) including R.STAT's technology lies with every user of R.STAT products.

R.STAT antistatic, conductive, thermoresistant, antibacterial solutions
A worldwide distribution