Microfiber rags are designed and manufactured from clean materials for use in the absorption of clean room spills or other controlled environments. Microfiber rags are typically manufactured and processed in a dust-free controlled environment with minimal dusting. Quantity and chemicals, even the smallest levels of microbial contamination.
Microfiber rags are made of natural fibers and/or synthetic fibers. Most of the natural fibers are cotton fibers and cellulose; synthetic fibers for dust-free rags are mainly polyester, nylon, rayon and polypropylene, and dust-free rags. It can be produced by one or several of the above mixed fibers.
First, the manufacture or construction of microfiber rags can be done in the following four ways:
1, woven rag
It is woven from a natural, synthetic or natural, synthetic blend of fibers on a loom.
2, knitted rag
Continuously knitted from microfiber.
3, non-woven rag
It is oriented or randomly supported by textile staple fibers or filaments to form a web structure, which is then reinforced by mechanical, thermal bonding or chemical methods.
4, foam rag
The PU is chemically processed to expand into a large structure and then cut into foam rags of various shapes and sizes.
Second, how to use a rag? How to clean the dust-free rag? How to evaluate the dust-free rag? The following answers will help you choose the rag that suits your needs. Simply put, the following four steps will help consumers identify the right dust-free rag product.
1. Determination of the environment
A. Do you have a clean room?
B. What is the level?
C, determine the procedure
D. How do you use the rag?
E. How much does the dust-free rag play for your programs, products, and clean rooms?
2, determine performance requirements
Whether the dust-free rag will pollute the production process, products and clean rooms; whether the dust-free rags are dusty and contain metal ions.
3. Determine the evaluation method
What kind of test method? Test Conditions? What is the test method for the most important test indicators? Acceptable levels of pollution? Comparable rag samples?
4. What is the key assessment method for rags?
According to the clean and structural characteristics of the rag raw materials, choose the rag that you are suitable for, and determine the packaging method of the rag and the requirements of the user.
Third, the application characteristics of various types of rags
1. Woven cloth rag:
Adsorption liquid----water, acid, solution
Clean and wipe critical surfaces - metal and non-metal
Widely used in Class1000 and Class10000 clean rooms
2, knitted cloth rag:
Suitable for surface cleaning of precision objects
Control of spilled liquids in critical areas
Clean low dust pollution (suitable for Class 100 or higher)
Ordinary clean room cleaning and maintenance
3. Non-woven rags:
Clean the surface of the clean room and the workbench with liquid spills
Clean volume vessel
Cleaning and cleaning of ordinary clean rooms (especially windows and glass doors)
Equipment cleaning - rough and worn equipment surfaces
4, foam rag:
Wipe the spilled liquid
Cleaning of the wall, cleaning of the floor
to sum up:
It is very important for users to identify the standard requirements of rags. It is difficult to choose a large number of different types of rags at this stage. It is recommended to set the actual pollution level requirements of your products. According to the priorities of clean room assessment, choose the right rug for you.