Synthetic fibers like polyester and polyamide often encounter problems with static charges. To address this, a national material with good electrical conductivity and excellent electrical conduction properties, namely nano antimoney-doped tin oxide, zinc oxide, and titanium dioxide, is employed. This national material is used for an anti-static finish, which enhances electrical conductivity and promotes efficient electrical flow. Nano particles are seamlessly integrated with fibers to create an electro-conductive network, effectively mitigating the occurrence of isolated charged areas and voltage peaks.
Besides this nano finish, the material is currently being utilized in the textile industry for self-cleaning and hydrophobic nano coatings. One of the key advantages of nano coatings is that protective layers remain inconspicuous to the naked eye. This finishing technique is environmentally friendly and durable. Nanofinish-enhanced fabrics tend to be much brighter and more long-lasting than regular textiles.
Developing extra-ordinary finishes for all types of fibers currently presents limited opportunities in the realm of nano technology. However, adopting such finishes involves high costs and a time-consuming process, posing minor challenges to the textile industry.