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KESD

Business Type : Manufacturer Exporter Trading Company
Main Market : North America South America Western Europe
Eastern Europe Eastern Asia Southeast Asia Middle East
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Brands : KESD
No. of Employees : 200~300
Annual Sales : 3000000-5000000
Year Established : 2003
Export p.c : 50% - 60%
Date:12-15,November,2019 Please join us at the Productronica München in Germany.
 
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General Knowledge

  • Q What is Steady State DC Ionization?

    A Like the Pulsed DC Systems, Steady State also employs separate power supplies and emitter, but instead of alternating positive and negative, both power supplies are on all the time. There is some degree of recombination of ions, but the ion density is greater because of the continuous production of bi-polar ions.
  • Q What is Steady State DC Ionization?

    A Like the Pulsed DC Systems, Steady State also employs separate power supplies and emitter, but instead of alternating positive and negative, both power supplies are on all the time. There is some degree of recombination of ions, but the ion density is greater because of the continuous production of bi-polar ions.
  • Q What is Pulsed DC Ionization?

    A Pulsed DC ionizers utilize separate power supplies to generate positive and negative voltages and has its own dedicated emitters. The power supply alternates between positive and negative, but usually at a lower frequency than AC units. In this way, ion recombination is reduced and performance in many instances is increased. Pulsed DC ionizers have the ability to work at greater distances without the use of air flow, which improves operator comfort without compromising performance. This technology is also applied in ionizing blowers, ionizing bars, and blow-off gun devices. In addition, it has wide application for controlling static charge in room systems, on work surfaces and flow hoods, and in equipment at the point of use.
  • Q What is AC Ionization?

    A AC Ionization is also known as Corona Ionization. AC stands for alternating current, which means that the power cycles from positive to negative sixty times per second. The AC Ionizer therefore produces both positive and negative ions from the same points or emitters. Applying alternating current energy (AC) at 50/60 Hz onto a single emitter or row of emitter pins in proximity to a ground reference will create ionization at the emitter tips and in the air space between the emitters and ground. The high voltage attacks the air and because the current is alternating between positive and negative, both positive negative ions will be created. AC ionization is used in blowers, guns, nozzles and linear static devices.
  • Q What are ionizers?

    A Air ionizers are devices that use high voltage or other means to charge air molecules. The ionizing devices emit positive and negative charges into the air, typically to solve a static problem Ions of a particular polarity are attracted to charged materials having the opposite polarity. Ionizers could be AC, DC, Steady-State DC, Pulsed, Nuclear or Passive.
  • Q What are air ions?

    A Air is a mixture of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water vapor, and other trace gases. One or more gas that gives up or loses electrons is called an air ion. Very simply an ion is an atom or molecule that has gain or lost an electron. Both positive and negative electrons exist in air. Positive air ions are generally molecules of carbon dioxide that have lost an electron, whereas a negative air ion is a molecule of oxygen that has gained an electron.
  • Q How is static electricity created?

    A Static charge is created whenever two surfaces contact and separate, and at least one of the surfaces has a high resistance to electrical current (and is therefore an electrical insulator. The effects of static electricity are familiar to most people because people can feel, hear, and even see the spark as the excess charge is neutralized when brought close to a large electrical conductor (for example, a path to ground), or a region with an excess charge of the opposite polarity (positive or negative).

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