This section provides an overview for static eliminators as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 19 static eliminator manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A static eliminator is a device that removes static electricity generated on an object. It is also called an ionizer. Static electricity can lead to equipment malfunctions and defects, so it is often necessary to remove it during the manufacturing process of a product. Static eliminators remove static electricity by generating ions. It can create cations and anions, which neutralize the charge by hitting the ions with different charges. This works on conductors and insulators, and a static eliminator can be simply installed to remove static electricity continuously.
Static eliminators are mainly used to prevent static problems in the manufacturing process.
An example is a fault during discharge. When removing finished products from a machine or discharging parts no longer needed, problems can occur if they are charged with static electricity. Static-charged objects can combine or stick to the ejection part. Without adequate static elimination, the process will not be smooth.
It is also used to remove static electricity from electronic circuits. If a circuit is charged with static electricity, it may discharge in unintended situations. This can cause circuit damage or malfunction, so static eliminators must be used to remove static electricity.
Static eliminators, called ionizers, use ions to remove static electricity, and there are various methods for generating these ions. Here, we will introduce the principles and features of the typical corona discharge and radiation types.
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Liberty Industries was founded in 1953 and is headquartered in El Monte, California. Liberty Industries is a manufacturer and global distributor of cleanroom and contamination control supplies and accessories. Liberty Industries’s product offerings include modular softball, mini-micro cleanrooms, air showers, laminar flow benches, shoe brush machines, Tacky Mats, fan filter units, pharmacy prep rooms, pass thru, clean film packaging, particle counters, and several hundred accessories. Liberty Industries also offers 3rd party testing services as well as customization services upon request.
EXAIR was incorporated in 1983 and based in the suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio. EXAIR is a manufacturer of compressed air-operated products to solve problems in industrial plants. Customer solutions EXAIR addresses include cooling, cleaning, coating, conveying, drying, industrial housekeeping, static elimination, and optimization. EXAIR products include vortex tubes, air amplifiers, air knives, air-operated vacuums, ionizing products, air wipes, static eliminators, vacuum generators, vortex tubes, cabinet coolers for standard and hazardous location, cold gun air coolant systems, and other accessories.
Plastixs, LLC was founded in 1999 and operates out of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Plastixs is a distributor for industrial, plastics processors, process companies, and equipment manufacturers as well as a producer of custom water manifold assemblies and accessories to equipment such as plastic processors, semiconductor equipment, x-ray machines computer servers. Plastixs’s offerings include AIRTECT plastic leak alarm aystem, ATI quick-change robotic automatic tool changers, Bunting magnets, Crizaf conveyors, and Moditec low speed granulators among many more.
C-T Products Company is based out of Rolling Hills Estates, California and has a 50 year history of being a manufacturer’s representative and distributor of industrial parts and process equipment for customers globally. Industries served include packaging, medical, electronics, semiconductor, plastic injection molding and extrusion, rubber compression molding, composites, aerospace, defense, military, cryogenics, petrochemical, and OEM. C-T Products sells washing equipment and many types of heaters including process hot air heaters, cartridge heaters, coil heaters, band and strip heaters, formed tubular, immersion, calculation, duct heaters, infrared heaters silicone heaters, industrial thermal process ovens.
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