Ionisors

Ionisors

Electro Static Control Ionisers

A range of static Neutralisation and ioniser equipment for the EPA

“Ionisers should be considered as a method for charge neutralisation in cases where grounding cannot be achieved. These may include localised (bench) ionised air blowers, compressed air ionisers, spot ionisers, tape dispenser ionisers and total room ionisers.” “Air ionisation can neutralise the static charge on insulated and isolated objects by producing separate charges in the molecules of the gases of the surrounding air. When a static charge is present on objects in the work environment, it will be neutralised by attracting opposite polarity charges from the ionised air. Note that ionisation systems should not be used as a primary means of charge control on conductors or people. As with all ionisers, periodic maintenance will be needed to provide optimum performance.” (EN 61340-5-2 paragraph 5.2.9)
“Various feedback and auto balance techniques are available to ensure ioniser performance. … Providing a sensor for each ionising device can improve feedback control. Effective control can reduce the amount of necessary maintenance. (EN 61340-5-2 paragraph 5.2.9.2 Monitoring and feedback control)

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Ionisers are useful in preventing electrostatic charge generation, Electro-static Discharge, Electro..
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