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Effect of Metallisation of Basalt Fabric on Its Surface Resistivity

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Nr DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5040

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Abstract:

The main aim of the research was to carry out the surface modification of basalt fabric in order to improve selected thermal properties of the material, i.e., resistance to contact and radiant heat, to apply it in a hot work environment. Attention was focused on checking whether the metal coating deposited does not cause too high conductivity, which is dangerous to human health. The process of magnetron sputtering with the use of chromium and aluminum of various thickness values was applied to basalt fabrics. Based on scanning electron microscope analysis, it was found that none of the aluminum or chromium coatings covered 100% of the basalt fabric surface. Results of the surface resistance analysis of four out of the six samples of basalt fabrics tested indicate that they belong to anti-static materials. The metallic coatings obtained can potentially be used to improve the thermal properties of basalt fabric mentioned.

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basalt fabric, magnetron sputtering, surface metallisation, SEM analysis, surface resistivity.

Citation:

Miśkiewicz P, Tokarska M, Frydrych I, Pawlak W. Effect of Metallisation of Basalt Fabric on Its Surface Resistivity. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe  2021; 29, 1(145): 41-46. DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0014.5040

Published in issue no 1 (145) / 2021, pages 41–46.

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