Precisely designed Static Electricity Eliminator is used for generating negative as well as positive ions for lowering build up of static electrical charge. Known for its low noise and vibration level, this compact shaped system is equipped with in built transformer having powder coated structure. Protected against short circuit and over voltage, this product can withstand high pressure and high temperature. Portable design, ease of installation, low operating cost and stable operation are its main attributes. Designed by efficient professionals, this light weight system has space saving structure. We are a prestigious supplier and manufacturer of excellent quality Static Electricity Eliminator.
Static electricity is a problem faced worldwide, which can affect industries that handle mainly non-conductive material, like laminates, plastics, paper, board and textiles. Electrostatic attraction or repulsion can lead to material to stick to each other or to machinery, which further cause jams, slow machine speeds and reduced quality and productivity. The static electricity is caused by pressure, friction, and separation. Higher static charges are generated in low humidity. In winter season when air is normally dry, static becomes more noticeable.
Problems caused by static electricity include:
Sheet feeding problems
Hazardous sparks or shocks to person
Product sticking to itself, machine parts or rollers
Materials curling, tearing, or jamming
Static cling causes handling problem
Static problems in processes, like printing, coating, slitting & laminating
Remedy to the above Problems
All above problems can be prevented by either neutralizing the static charge or conducting away to the ground.
Working of Static Charge Eliminator
Nearby fixed eliminator bars to the material process on getting supply from the control unit, ionize the surrounding air and result in conducting awat the static electric charge to the ground.
- This product is over voltage and short circuit proof
- Easy to carry
- Light in weight
- Useful for preventing static electricity build up on surface