ESD Socks: To Wear, or Not to Wear?

by Michelle R. on February 2, 2016

Simply put, yes. ESD shoes are made with a conductive material, but they require perspiration in the sock to provide a path-to-ground. With so many variables between people— especially in the winter, when people perspire less— additional footwear is necessary to provide consistent conditions that are more conducive to ESD protection.

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What makes ESD socks special? A special conductive yarn that provides an electrical path— and relies less on the wearer’s skin resistance to give ESD protection regardless of the environment— is the main reason these specialized socks should be incorporated into any static-sensitive environment.

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