A static eliminator power supply is a device that provides the electrical power necessary to operate a static eliminator, which is used to eliminate or reduce static electricity in various applications. Static electricity is the build-up 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.
Static eliminator power supplies are specifically designed to provide the high-voltage AC or DC power required by ionizing static eliminators. These power supplies are typically compact and lightweight, and can be mounted on or near the equipment they are designed to work with. They often include features such as variable voltage output, digital displays, and alarms to alert operators of any issues.
Static eliminator power supplies can be used with a wide range of ionizing devices, such as ionizing bars, guns, and nozzles, as well as air ionizers. They can be powered by AC or DC sources, depending on the application, and can provide output voltages ranging from a few thousand volts to over 100,000 volts.
Overall, static eliminator power supplies are essential components of any static control system, helping to reduce the risk of damage to sensitive equipment, improve product quality, and increase production efficiency in many industrial 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.