Static electricity can be useful in our life. But think about lightning for a moment and you will see it can also be pretty scary. Although static isn't harmful by itself, when large amounts of it build up and suddenly discharge you can get dramatic and dangerous sparks. Set off a spark where there's something flammable and, before you know it, you have got yourself a fireball and an explosion. You don't need lightning-sized amounts of static to cause problems: even a tiny spark can be problematic in some situations. If static has built up on your body through walking on a rug, and you start handling delicate electronic components, the sudden discharge of current from your body can be enough to cause some very serious damage. That's where anti-static products can help. And this is how Honey New AS Series works to help. Honey Anti-Static Technology uses a high conductivity thread with a carbon conductive trifocal core wrapped in a protective nylon envelop. The carbon thread conducts the static electricity away and releases the electrons into the air through corona discharge nylon at low voltages as low as 4,000 volts. Check out Honey Anti-Static Collections.