What are the classifications of reflective clothing? What is its principle? Reflective clothing has many applications in our lives, also known as reflective clothing. It has many styles, complete varieties, and texts such as police, traffic, road administration, co-management, and security. Etc. Reflective clothes and vests are personal safety products made of reflective materials embedded in the main parts of clothes or vests for use at night or in bad weather. They can better protect staff in outdoor work. Let me introduce you to the following. Classification and reflection principle of reflective vest.
First, the classification of reflective clothing
(1) According to the style of reflective clothing, it is divided into: reflective vest, reflective T-shirt (POLO), reflective jacket, reflective pants, etc.
(2) According to the use of reflective clothing, it is divided into: reflective raincoats, reflective clothing for sanitation workers, reflective cycling clothing, reflective school uniforms, reflective casual clothing, reflective clothing for traffic police, outdoor reflective sportswear, reflective labor protection clothing, reflective overalls, and special industry reflective clothing wait.
Second, the principle of reflective clothing
(1) The reflective part of the reflective clothes is made by the principle of refraction and high refractive index glass microbeads retro-reflection based on the micro-diamond shape of the lattice, and is made by advanced technology after focusing and post-processing. It can reflect the direct light from a distance back. The light-emitting place has good retro-reflection optical performance no matter in day or night.
(2) Especially at night, it can exert the same high visibility as in the daytime. The safety clothing made of this high-visibility reflective material, whether the wearer is far away, or in the case of light or scattered light interference,
It can be easily discovered by night drivers. The appearance of reflective materials has successfully solved the night driving problem of "seeing" and "being seen".