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    leeloo99

    beware of rubber static shock

    Beware of static shock while wearing rubber.
    On one occasion ,while wearing a rubber waterpolo swimsuit under my clothes, I went down a long spiraling slide at a community park. It was made of some sort of plastic that usually delivers a static shock as the slider comes in contact with metal parts of the structure. I'd been shocked on it before so I had an expectation that it would probably happen this time to. But this time as soon as I started down the slide I could feel a huge static charge building up within my suit. My mind raced ahead of me to recal the two metal bolt heads that fastened the plastic slide to the steel frame. It gave me the most intense shock of my life all around the leg loops of the suit.

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    Default Re: beware of rubber static shock

    I remember that, many years ago, gasoline trucks would have a metal chain hanging under them that would drag on the road to drain any static charges away to reduce the possibillity of a spark. (My guess is that they probably stopped doing that because the mechanical action of dragging a metal chain on the pavement probably caused sparks or that the truck now became a lightning rod.)

    Maybe you might want to think about dragging a metal chain???

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    leeloo99

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    Hey maybe some of our electro-stim friends could use this method in conjunction with some conductive insertables. Attach electrodes and rub your feet across the floor. lol!

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    Default Re: beware of rubber static shock

    Where did you find the waterpolo suit?
    Stretch6 (PhD, retired analytical/organic chemist)

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    leeloo99

    Re: beware of rubber static shock

    My rubber waterpolo suit is from "truwest". Also check out "oceanline.com" It's a German site. They have some great neoprene "Bendermoden". My favorite is the Blue Hole design.

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    Default Re: beware of rubber static shock

    Here are some of the TruWest pages:

    http://www.truwest.com/catalog/page08.html (Mens waterpolo suits)
    http://www.truwest.com/waterpolo/frub.html (women's)

    Here some of the oceanline.de neoprene suits: http://www.oceanline.biz/de/dept_6.html

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    sorry, oceanline is no more, However there are some of their things on leosnet.com click shopping then swim.

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    Default Re: beware of rubber static shock

    Leeloo-

    http://www.oceanline.de seems to still be working.

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    whew! I was worried there! So what do you think? Of ocean line?

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    Default Re: beware of rubber static shock

    Have five TruWest "rubber" suits. I'm not sure that they are truly rubber as the rubber is a coating on fabric; however, they do fit exraordinarily well!!
    Stretch6 (PhD, retired analytical/organic chemist)

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