What is Static Eliminator?
Static Eliminator Basics
The strength of static electricity depends on its strength and the surrounding atmosphere, people may see sparks or operators or workers may receive electric shocks in the surrounding area. Whether the material is film or sheet, it can wrap around the guide rollers and cause damage. In the process of printing and coating, the static electricity of the laminating machine will cause the solvent-based ink to catch fire, causing the machine to burn and even cause casualties.
Electrostatic eliminator refers to the production and life used to eliminate static equipment or products, electrostatic eliminator is through the high voltage power generator to produce a certain value of high voltage applied to the discharge needle, positive and negative electrostatic neutralization, negative and positive electrostatic neutralization so as to eliminate static and prevent static purposes. Mainly used in industrial production, belongs to the series of electronic products.
Static eliminators are products that protect susceptible items from the effects of static discharge. These static shields are also known as antistatic (anti-static) devices, anti-static electricity devices, or static charge eliminators. Static eliminators work by dampening, reducing, or otherwise inhibiting its buildup or discharge.
Features of Static Eliminator
- High-efficiency rods and maintenance-free rod design make the unit longer life.
- Insulated bar cable for easy cable routing along machine frame.
- Shock less bar and integral bar/ power supply grounding provides safe operation.
- Rigid steel construction and panel mount power supply design.
- Multiple rows are connected to a single power supply.
- Easy and speedy installation design.
Static electricity is a global problem. It affects most industries that deal with non-conductive materials such as plastics, paper, board, laminates and textiles. The attraction or repulsion of static electricity can cause materials to stick to machines, or to each other, causing blockages, slowing down machines, reducing quality and productivity. Friction, pressure, and separation are the main reasons for static electricity. When the humidity is low, a higher static charge occurs. Static charges can become more pronounced in winter, dry climates and air-conditioned environments.