An anti-static bar, also known as an ionizing bar, is a device used to neutralize or reduce static electricity on a surface or within a specific area. Static electricity is the buildup of electric charge on the surface of an object caused by the transfer of electrons between two materials. Static charge can cause a number of problems in various industries, such as in electronics manufacturing, printing, packaging, and textiles.
An anti-static bar works by emitting a stream of ions, which neutralize the static charge on the surface of the object being treated. These ions can be positively or negatively charged, depending on the application. When the ion stream comes into contact with the static charge on the object, it neutralizes the charge, reducing or eliminating the risk of damage to sensitive equipment or products.
Anti-static bars can be used in a variety of applications, such as in printing presses to eliminate static charge on paper or in manufacturing facilities to neutralize static charge on plastics or other materials. They can be mounted above or below the surface being treated, or attached to a machine or conveyor belt.
Overall, anti-static bars are essential tools for controlling static charge in many industrial applications, improving product quality, and reducing the risk of damage to sensitive equipment. They are typically easy to install and maintain, and can be customized to fit specific applications.
The instrument produces high voltage, low current in a controlled and safe manner. It's compact size and structure is suitable for most industrial environments. The defect free products and quality ensures efficient use and maximum customer satisfaction.
We have designed the Eltech 331 Static eliminator power supply and the different discharge bars for active discharging of disruptive static charges, which develop during the production processes. The discharge bars and the power supply are used primarily in cases where disruptive static charges on fast moving material webs impair production processes and required to be eliminated.
It is widely used in electronics, plastics, chemicals, printing, textile, optical and other industries.