Company Profile 

Kay Adams founded Tech Wear in October 1987 to develop and market static control garments to meet the industry's specific needs. These products helped prevent costly damage by static electricity to sensitive components used in the aerospace, electronics, communications, and defense industries. Tech Wear's products are widely recognized as an essential part of a total static control program in manufacturing static-sensitive products and components such as automobiles, medical equipment, computers, home appliances, aircraft, communications equipment, and military defense equipment, to name a few.

Tech Wear is dedicated to providing excellent customer service while providing its customers with garments made in the USA that protect its products from static discharge. The company prided itself on being the industry leader in static control garments by providing expert technical support and guidance and patented, innovative, and custom items to meet our customer's specific needs. You can check out a range of products from Tech Wear here at DK Hardware. 

Revolutionary New Fabrics 

Since its founding, Tech Wear has continuously developed and introduced revolutionary new fabrics exclusively in the market. Before Tech Wear came into the picture, most ESD garments contained conductive fibers containing stainless steel, which became obsolete when it was recognized that the stainless steel fibers were breaking off and causing health issues and potential contamination problems in manufacturing. Tech Wear then introduced fabrics that contained conductive fibers made of carbon, solving the problems caused by the stainless steel fibers. 


Leader in Static Control Garment 

Tech Wear has become the leader in the static control garment market by providing innovative options and style choices, which were developed due to customers' needs. The company also offers unique peripheral products for static control, such as sleeve protectors, head covers, aprons, chair covers, equipment covers, draperies, etc. The company's top products include Anti-Static Lab Coat, Anti-Static Jacket, andESD Coat, to name a few.

First ESD Knit Cuff 

In 1991, Tech Wear developed and introduced one of the first ESD knit cuffs to the market, which eliminated the necessity for an operator to wear a wrist strap for the electrical grounding of static charges. The brand was also issued a patent for its "X2" garment, which is dual-monitor compatible. This innovation is a significant breakthrough for companies looking for a cost-effective means to regularly monitor and record the effectiveness of their personnel grounding system. Sales of the patented "X2" garment have continued to grow as the industry leans towards better controls and monitoring of static events.