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Key points for ionizer selection

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1. Free from break down
Static eliminators with poor design has a risk of electric leakage and a fire accident.
Especially, static eliminator in which compressed air and high voltage coexist in a same place had better be avoided for long term and effective use.
Configuration of conventional static eliminator (with leakage structure)
2. Works powerfully and stably
Please note that the effect of some static eliminators comes to be weaker in a short period even if they work at the beginning.
Once electric leakage occurs, the amount of generated ions becomes weaker and weaker.
3. Easy to maintenance
It is said that it takes 5 to 30 minutes to clean discharge needles of static eliminator, which requires cleaning of needles one by one.
On the other hand, TRINC's one-touch cleaner makes it possible to clean all needles within one second.
    If electric leakage occurs, the root of the needle are burnt and the needle cleaning comes to be difficult. So, please use static eliminators with no-leak structure.

4. No use of assist air
Don't use static eliminator using compressed air! The air blow scatters dust into the working space. No-blow static eliminator should be used for anti-static and anti-dust measures.

5. No use of fan
Don't use fan-type ionizer. No-blow type static eliminator is essential not to scatter dust.
Otherwise, dust-related defects will be increased.

6. Static removal from not only object but also dust
To prevent dust adhesion to the products, removal of static electricity from dust is very important.
Don't use fan-type static eliminator because it scatters foreign matter and blow it to the products.

Principle of phased array ionizer without dust adhesion

Phased Array Ionizing”, “No-Blow Ionizing”, “Ion Engine”, “Slight-Air Ionizing” are registered trademark (in Japan) of TRINC Corporation, a forerunner of this field.

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