Radiation Protective Suit | UV Protection Clothing | Car Racing Clothing
Nuclear Radiation Protection Clothing:
In nuclear plants, Officers and workers have to work regularly. Those are working at and near the source of radioactive raw materials are prone to frequent exposure to beta, alpha, and Gama radiations. Radiation protection is too much necessary for X-ray professionals and workers in cancer treatment centers and also other places subject to ionizing radiation.
An important purpose of most radiation protection programs at nuclear facilities is the protection of workers and officers from radioactive contamination while handling radioactive materials or working in radioactively contaminated environments. Protective textiles or clothing is extensively used to protect officers and workers from contamination.
UV Protective Finish for Textiles:
The main object of the ultraviolet protective finish is to reduce a person’s UVR exposure. Electromagnetic radiations of wavelengths between 150 and 400nm are known as Ultraviolet rays. About, 10% of the sun’s energy is in the form of ultraviolet radiation. Most of the noxious radiations absorb the atmosphere which is emitted by the sun. Among those, only 5% of the harmful radiations reach the surface of the earth. Ultra-violate soaks up phenyl benzotriazole and Benzotriazole can absorb the damaging ultra-violate rays of sunlight. Ultra-violate absorbers convert ultraviolet energy into harmless heat energy. The ultra-violate blocking capacity of a fiber can be improved by incorporating TiO2 into its structure.
Car Racing Safety Clothing:
A special type of clothing is needed for the racing drivers. The blend of glass fiber and wool fiber is used to spin the yarn and the yarn is used to weave the fabric of special construction and then the fabric is used for making the clothing.
To spin the yarn beta-glass fiber is blended with wool fibers. Then the blended yarn and pure woolen yarn are twisted together to produce the plied yarn. During weaving, one blended ply yarn and one woolen yarn is arranged alternately in both warp and weft directions to produce 2/2 twill fabric.
Racing suits and apparel made of Nomex fiber. This type of clothing or apparel helps to play a central role in providing the valuable seconds racing professionals needed to escape fires that result from both pit accidents and on-track collisions. It should be noted here that, this protection is long-lasting, whether it is found in protective suits, socks, underwear, and gloves. The exceptional flame-resistance provided by Nomex fiber cannot be worn away or washed out.
The last thing racing professionals want to think about the effectiveness of their flame-resistant protection when they are speeding around the track at 200 MPH. They just want to know that it will keep them safe from all the harm in case an accident happens. That is why 95% of racers around the world wear suits and apparel which is made by Nomex.