What are ionizers? An air ionizer is a device that uses high voltage or other means to charge air molecules. The ionization unit emits positive and negative charges to the air, which usually solves the electrostatic problems of the specific polarity of the ions being attracted to the opposite polarity of the charged material. The ionizer can be AC, DC, steady-state DC, pulse, nuclear or passive.
Triboelectric SeriesWhen the two materials are in contact and separation, the polarity and size of the charge are represented bWhen the two materials are in contact and separation, the polarity and size of the charge are represented by the position of the material in the friction series.
For many people, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) is only affected when you touch the metal door handle after passing through the carpet floor or sliding over the car seat. However, static electricity and sustainable development are serious industrial problems for centuries. As early as the beginning of the fourteenth century, the military fortress in Europe and the Caribbean used static control procedures and devices to try to prevent accidental electrostatic discharge from the powder shop.
1: Optoelectronics Industry: Large static will breakdown the LED and the electronic circuit boards; 2: Precision Machinery Industry: The static of computers, components and measuring equipment will affect its precision; 3: Plastic and Plastics industry: Use static equipment to prevent dust adhesion du
Many new film products must reduce static charge. The surface of a multilayer network formed by coextrusion, lamination or coating is designed to deliver functionality to the customer, including the surface wettability of the receiver, the adhesion of the laminate and the mask film, Enhanced optical properties and reflective films as well as chemically active surface products and a new generation of sensors for clinical diagnosis.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) has been around since the beginning of time. However, this natural phenomenon has only become an issue with the widespread use of solid-state electronics. Since the beginning, electrostatic discharge (ESD) already exists.
All of us have heard the warnings to make sure we are properly grounded when working on our electronic devices, but have advances in technology lessened the problem of static electricity damage or is it still as prevalent as before?