ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) garments are specially designed clothing worn by workers in electronic manufacturing, assembly, and repair environments to prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging sensitive electronic components. ESD garments are made from synthetic fabrics that have been treated with a conductive material or have conductive fibers woven into them.

ESD garments are typically made in the form of smocks, lab coats, jackets, and pants. They are worn to prevent electrostatic discharge between the worker and the electronic components. These garments are also designed to be comfortable, breathable, and durable.These garments are commonly worn in cleanrooms, where the air is filtered to remove contaminants that could damage electronic components. They are also worn in areas where the humidity is low, which can increase the risk of electrostatic discharge.

ESD garments must be properly maintained and cleaned to ensure their effectiveness. They should be washed using detergents that do not contain fabric softeners or bleach, which can damage the conductive fibers. ESD garments should also be replaced regularly, as they can wear out over time and lose their conductivity.