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MPC-BP - antistatic cloth specially designed for use with cleaning fluids

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Panther Cloth - antistatic cloth specially designed for use with cleaning fluids

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This antistatic cloth is specially optimized for using with fluids and cleaning solutions. The cloth itself is not saturated or impregnated. The anti-static effect is guaranteed through conductive parts of the weave, whose effectiveness remains constant throughout its use.

The dirt collection is supported by hundreds of tiny „pockets“ in the microfiber weave. The Panther cloth is excellently suited for the anti-static damp cleaning of sensitive surfaces. Here any generation of new charges is effectively hindered. Ideally it can be used with not only the Kinetronics Precision Cleaning Solution (PLC) but also with glass cleaner or other alcohol-based cleaning solutions. The Panther cloth is available in three sizes.

PC-BPC0  – 450 x 250 mm
PC MPC8 - 200 x 200 mm
PC MPC5 - 145 x 130 mm

Technical datas Panther Cloth Technical Data MPC-BP, MPC8, MPC5:

  • Cloth Composition: Polyester
  • Cloth Color: Black molded into fiber
  • Conductive polyester fiber woven into cloth at 4mm interval Light soil release additive
  • Bulk Conductivity: <10 megohms dry measured in accordance with Kinetronics Test procedure TC-01
  • Cleaning instructions: wash with other artificial fibers preferably in a small wash load
  • Use regular laundry detergent, warm or cold water, gentle cycle, and use the extra rinse cycle if available
  • Tumble dry at low heat
  • Conductivity is not affected by washing
  • Estimated cloth life: 25 to 100 washings depending on degree of contamination when laundered
  • End of useful optical cleaning life occurs when cloth fibers exhibit visible breakage resulting in potential lint production

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