Protective textiles

P070_0571_ INFLUENCE OF SILANIZATION ON COPPER COATED NONWOVEN FABRIC AND THEIR ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY

Authors
  • Aravin Prince Periyasamy
  • Kai Yang
  • Xiaoman Xiong
  • Mohanapriya Venkatraman
  • Jiri Militky
  • Rajesh Mishra
  • Dana Kremenakova

Abstract

A stabilized electromagnetic shielded (EMI) fabric was produced with a copper coating. For this, the Milife (nonwoven) was used, since it is a promising material for surface metallization which is composed of the dense net of monofilaments bonded by solid spots. For stabilization of copper deposition on the milife fabric, we treat with three different silanes. The surface morphology of the fabrics was studied and it confirms the enhanced stabilization. In this paper we describe only the electrical properties of nonwoven fabrics, the obtained results show that the copper coated fabrics were more stable and the lowest surface resistivity in the range of 3000-3400 Ω. It confirms that it belongs to shielding material and can be classified into conductive composites, but all these results are depending on the type of silane used for Silanization.

Keywords: copper coated, non-woven, silanization, electrical conductivity, surface resistivity

How to Cite:

Periyasamy, A. & Yang, K. & Xiong, X. & Venkatraman, M. & Militky, J. & Mishra, R. & Kremenakova, D., (2019) “P070_0571_ INFLUENCE OF SILANIZATION ON COPPER COATED NONWOVEN FABRIC AND THEIR ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY”, Proceedings of the 19th World Textile Conference - Autex 2019 , p.3.

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Published on
20 Nov 2019
Peer Reviewed