EXAIR's Super Ion Air Knife™ removes static electricity from webs, sheet stock and plastic surfaces where dust, tearing, jamming or hazardous shocks are a problem. Production speeds, product quality and surface cleanliness can improve dramatically. Applications include web cleaning, pre-paint blowoff, bag opening and neutralizing plastic parts. Read more...More Product Announcements from EXAIR Corporation
SCS is a manufacturer of high quality static control protection products and supplies including static shield bags, wrist straps, foot grounders, floor matting benchtop accessories and many other items. Read more...More Product Announcements from Ellsworth Adhesives
Electrostatic discharge can cause an electronic device to become inoperable or operate improperly. Static control products can help solve these issues. Read more...More Product Announcements from Ellsworth Adhesives
Static grounding protection in potentially combustible dust atmospheres, safely remove static electricity from Type C FIBC (Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers) and eliminating the risk of uncontrolled incendive static spark discharges. Read more...More Product Announcements from Newson Gale Inc.
Powder processing operations can generate vast quantities of electrostatic charge via the movement of powder. The standard method of charging on powder processing operations is due to tribo-electrification, which is basically the contact and separation of the powder with processing equipment, the powder itself or other factors that can cause charging, like surface contaminants - Learn More Read more...More Product Announcements from Newson Gale Inc.
The Earth-Rite® FIBC is a static grounding solution that prevents the dangerous accumulation of static electricity on Type C FIBC (also known as BIG-Bags or Super-sacks) located in hazardous areas. Read more...More Product Announcements from Newson Gale Inc.
Businesses with HAZLOC atmospheres are exposed to the risk of static electricity igniting flammable gas, vapor and dust atmospheres. This ignition risk can be eliminated by ensuring equipment is bonded and grounded in accordance with NFPA 77 “Recommended Practice on Static Electricity”. Read more...More Product Announcements from Newson Gale Inc.
The loading and unloading of road tankers with large quantities of commonly used chemicals and powders generates static electricity which, if left to accumulate on the road tanker, could discharge electrostatic sparks with energies far in excess of the minimum ignition energies of a vast range of combustible gases, vapours and dusts. Read more...More Product Announcements from Newson Gale Inc.