Browse Publications Technical Papers 1999-01-0631
1999-03-01

Static Electricity in Automotive Interiors 1999-01-0631

Seats and carpets were evaluated for generating static charges on vehicle occupants. Active measures that eliminate or reduce static accumulation, and passive measures that dissipate static charge in a controlled manner were investigated. The active measures include using durable anti-static finishes or conductive filaments in seating fabrics. The passive measures include adopting conductive plastics in a steering wheel, seat belt buckle release button, or door opening handle. The effectiveness of these measures was tested in a low humidity environment.

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