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3/28/2018

Exair Static Eliminator Does Not Require Compressed Air

Originally titled 'Static Eliminator Does Not Require Compressed Air'
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Exair’s Gen4 Ionizing Point neutralizes static electricity and can be used for a variety of purposes, including keeping powder-filling nozzles clear of clogs.

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Exair’s Gen4 Ionizing Point delivers a high concentration of positive and negative ions to neutralize static electricity without requiring compressed air. The compact static eliminators can be used for a variety of purposes, including keeping powder-filling nozzles clear of clogs, the company says.

The units feature a metal-armored high-voltage cable to protect against abrasion and cuts, a replaceable emitter point, integrated ground connection and electromagnetic shielding. They are operated by a selectable-voltage power supply.

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