Static Eliminator Working Principle
Static eliminator means a certain value of high pressure generated by high voltage power generator applied to put on the electric acupuncture, because put around the curative effect of point discharge ionization air and generate the same amount of positive and negative ions, through the air to make the same amount of positive and negative ions to the need to eliminate electrostatic space or object, the positive ions and negative electrostatic neutralization, negative ions neutralize with positive static electricity so as to eliminate static electricity and prevent static electricity.
It is composed of high voltage power generator and discharge electrode (generally made of ion needle), through the tip of high voltage corona discharge ionization of air into a large number of positive and negative ions, and then the wind blows a large number of positive and negative ions to the surface of the object to neutralize static electricity, or directly put the static eliminator near the surface of the object to neutralize static electricity.
Those trying to combat the effects of static electricity can employ two main solutions, active and passive. Active static control systems are those that require electrical power to operate.
Passive control systems are those systems that reduce surface electrostatic charge by absorbing surface electrostatic charge associated with static electricity. In this two types, active static control schemes are much more effective because they not only reduce static but eliminate it.
The most common active solutions are ionizing or forming ions. Ionization neutralizes the unbalanced charge, eliminating any particle attraction that might create more static. Passive static control solutions including grounding and static induction. Grounding reduces static electricity by establishing a direct electrical connection to ground through which excess electrical charge can be discharged.
Another major passive electrostatic control method, electrostatic induction, works by placing a material or object's ability to develop an imbalance of opposite charge on an item in close proximity. When they get close enough to each other, the static eliminator will develop into a set of opposing ions, balancing the unbalanced items.