Plastic materials are considered electrical insulators, and thus are weak in transmitting static electricity that is usually produced when materials come in contact. The static electricity produced in plastic parts results in gathering dust and their surfaces being polluted, and also results in ignition and fire in the parts used in medical industries, like the production lines of masks and clothes designed for sensitivity.
To resolve this issue, a percentage of anti-statics are added; then these materials move to the surface to increase the electricity transfer coefficient, thus facilitating the discharge of static electricity.
BOPET, PET, PP (BOPP), and PE packaging films
Sack knitting industry
Different plastic injection and extrusion parts