Bemcot Lint Free Wipers - Difference Between Bemcot and Others
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    MADE OF COTTON!
Regular Class (ISO Class 5-6/Fed Class 100-1,000) (M-3, M-1, S-2, Clean CT-8, EA-8) for resistor, LCD, PCB, print screens, automobiles, etc...
Fine Class (ISO Class 4-5/Fed Class 10-100) (Super CN, QT-8, NT, CT-8, EA-8, TR-7F, BM-Wiper, PS-2 )
    for silicon wafer conveyer belt, vacuum instruments, chemicals, polarizing boards
Labs & Assembly (Clean-Wipe P) for magnetic heads, production marks, etc...
Roll wipers (Roll Wiper) for soldering machines, screen for screen printing, acrylic rolls, scanner, etc...
Heavy Duty (Bemlinen TF-60) for clean room use (larger & stronger). good substitute of dust cloth and cotton
Dusper Pad for lint-free equipment cleaning
Microstar for precision machinery wiping
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  Difference Between Bemcot and Other Brands
 Check to see which best fit your needs. If you have any questions, please call for assistance at 1-800-790-7837 or e-mail sales@netmotion.com
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Bemcot wipers can be used in various industries such as semiconductor, optical, medical, cosmetics, food & beverage, printed circuit boards, building maintanence, automobile, air craft, LCD, magnetic tapes, oil, tools, equipment, glass, optics, etc...
For wiping up spills For cleaning screens For cleaning lab supplies For wiping down surfaces
 
Reasons Why You Want to Use Bemcot Wipers:
What is Bemcot Made From?
Three Reasons Why Bemcot is Distinctive
The Difference Between Bemcot & Other Products
 

The Difference Between Bemcot and Other Products

Bemcot - Analysis
Currently, there are plenty of products used as wipes on the market, each with varying characteristics and features. The best way to judge wipes featured is to classify them according to three criteria: what kind of material is used; what method is used for sheeting; and whether binder used or not. Covered below are analyses of products generally used as wipes and the problems related to their use.
 
Paper Wipes Binder Type Non-Woven Fabric
Material: Pulp
Type of fiber: Short Fiber
Binder: Used
Material: Pulp with synthetic fibers, rayon, etc.
Type of fiber: Short fibers
Binder: Used
Synthetic Long-Fiber,
Non-Woven Fabric
Cellulose Type.
Short Fiber, Non-Woven Fabric
Material: Synthetic fibers (nylon, polyester, polypropylene)
Type of fiber: Long fibers
Binder: Not used (Binders are not used, but surfactants are applied to provide the wipes with liquid absorption in many cases)
Material: Cotton
Type of fiber: Short fibers
Binder: Not used
Wipers and Material Types
Product Wiper Type Material
Laundered Non-woven Sterile Presaturated Antistatic Sealed
Edge
Bemcot           100% cellulose continuous filment
Qualitech       Polyester
Microseal         Polyester
Super Poly 1500           Polyester
ValuSeal 1500         Polyester
UltraSeal 3000           Polyester
Nega-Wipe Anti-Static 1200           Polyester
Performex 900           Nylon
Projx 700           Cellulose/polyester blend
Exsorbx 400           Polyester
Durx 670           Cellulose/polyester blend
Poly 1200             Polyester
AC 222           Cellulose/polyester blend
Quiltec 1         Polyester
C1 Wiper           Cellulose/polyester blend
Prosat Sterile Wiper PS-70301R       Polyester
Prosat 911 Wiper         Polypropylene
C3 Wiper           Polyester
Prosat Sterile Wiper       Polypropylene
PCHS Polywipe-c Heatseal         Polyester
PNHS Polynit Heatseal         Polyester
Quiltec 1 Sterile       Polyester
Correct-Touch Wipes/CTW 2010         Polyester
Correct-Touch/CTW/1908         Polyester
 
Materials and Their Problems in Use
Material Synthetic Fibers:
(nylon, polyester, polypropylene, sponge, etc.)
  • Water absorption is low (the material itself does not absorb water.
  • Static electricity is generated easily
  • Heat resistance is low
  • Impurities are present (the material contains plasticizers, surfactants, and other impurities which are added to provide it with plasticity and water absorption
Type of Fiber Short Fibers
  • Chances of dust generation are high (fibers come off easily from the edges of the wipes, especially when it is used in a wet condition)
Binder Used
  • Solvent resistance is poor (depending on the solvent, the binder elutes, attaching to the object to be wiped or causing wipe fibers to come off.)
 
Why Bemcot is Your Best Choice
Bemcot's superb liquid absorption is due to the fact that in addition to the good liquid absorption qualities of cotton, each of its fibers contains voids to hold water.
Bemcot Synthetic Fiber
Before water absorption After water absorption   Before Water absorption After water absorption
The fiber itself absorbs water & swells The fiber has no ability to absorb water and only allows the moisture to stay on the surface
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