Protect Against Waves protective fabrics

The key word for our anti-radiation protective clothing: performance!

State-of-the-art technology combining metallic silver and textile

Two materials are used in the manufacture of our products:

  • The actual protective fabric, commonly referred to as “shielding material”
  • The “envelope fabric” for products that have one, such as hats for example.

The shielding material owes its shielding property 100% metallic silver entering into its composition.
The performance of these shieldings is acquired by this high percentage of metal but also by the manufacturing technology which interweaves the silver fibers with the other textile fibers.

Details of the structure of our textiles shielding material.
Detail of the structure of the shielding material of Protect Against Waves textiles.

The shielding performance of the fabrics we use are regularly tested in our supplier’s laboratory, according to ASTM D4935-10, IEEE Std 299-2006, IEEEE Std 1128-1998, ASTM A698/A698M-07 standards.

Diagrams of the measurement of the mitigation of electromagnetic waves of the two types of shielding material of ‘Waves and Protection’.

Diagrams of the measurement of the attenuation of electromagnetic waves of two types of protective shielding Waves and Protection: the first diagram is that of ARMOR fabric, the second of JERSEY.

decibels Attenuation measured for % reduction % remaining Attenuation coefficient
10 901010
20 991100
30 99,90,11.000
40 99,990,0110.000
50our hats, t-shirts, lounge pants99,9990,001100.000
60our secret, protective and evolving belts99,99990,00011.000.000

These two materials, of optimum quality, have a very high and regular braking response to the waves (attenuation), not weakening when the power of the waves increases.

Due to its composition, this shielding material also has an antibacterial effect.

The shell material used to make our protective clothing is exclusively GOTS certified organic cotton: Global Organic Textile Standard.
This certification implies that all the products used during manufacturing and dyeing comply with demanding specifications. In particular, the use of formaldehydes, heavy metals, and nanoparticles is strictly prohibited.

Organic fabrics are harmless to health and the environment.