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30 and 60 kV static charging now for IQ

Find out new capabilities for static bonding with the integration of CM5 to the IQ Easy platform

 

Static bonding becomes intelligent!

A newly introduced IQ Com Generator converter makes is possible to connect any existing CM5 charging generator to the Manager IQ Easy or Extension IQ Easy.

Many settings, parameters, warnings and alarms are available. But MOST IMPORTANT, it is now possible to pair the CM5 with a Sensor IQ Easy to enable Closed Loop Feedback charging.

Charging materials to create a bonding force to assist in various processes can be difficult to manage.
By applying a fixed high voltage to a charging electrode, mounted at the right distance with a reference potential at the other side sounds easy. However the resulting static charge on the material can change dramatically when conditions change. Speed of the material, friction and separation from an iddle roller, polution or wearing of the electrode pins, change of material, humidity, electrode distance are some of the main factors.
When f.e. a charging electrode is supplied with 10 kV it the resulting charge on the material can easily vary between 5 and 20 kV. This can lead to unwanted situations and needs constant monitoring of the charging effect and setting new setpoint charging voltages.

 

 

 

The solution is here:

A CM5 charging generator connected to the Manager IQ Easy through the IQ Com in combination with a Sensor IQ Easy, placed downstream of the charging electrode, enable closed loop feed back charging.

30 and 60 kV static charging now for IQ

Find out new capabilities for static bonding with the integration of CM5 to the IQ Easy platform

 

Static bonding becomes intelligent!

A newly introduced IQ Com Generator converter makes is possible to connect any existing CM5 charging generator to the Manager IQ Easy or Extension IQ Easy.

Many settings, parameters, warnings and alarms are available. But MOST IMPORTANT, it is now possible to pair the CM5 with a Sensor IQ Easy to enable Closed Loop Feedback charging.

Charging materials to create a bonding force to assist in various processes can be difficult to manage.
By applying a fixed high voltage to a charging electrode, mounted at the right distance with a reference potential at the other side sounds easy. However the resulting static charge on the material can change dramatically when conditions change. Speed of the material, friction and separation from an iddle roller, polution or wearing of the electrode pins, change of material, humidity, electrode distance are some of the main factors.
When f.e. a charging electrode is supplied with 10 kV it the resulting charge on the material can easily vary between 5 and 20 kV. This can lead to unwanted situations and needs constant monitoring of the charging effect and setting new setpoint charging voltages.

 

 

 

The solution is here:

A CM5 charging generator connected to the Manager IQ Easy through the IQ Com in combination with a Sensor IQ Easy, placed downstream of the charging electrode, enable closed loop feed back charging.

Static elimination

Air ionisation is the most effective method of eliminating static charges on non-conductive materials and isolated conductors

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Static bonding

Materials can be charged deliberately to make them bond temporarily. Static charge can be an invisible helping hand in your production process.

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Measuring

Electrostatic fieldmeters are appropriate measuring tools to simply identify static electricity problems.

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Perforation detection

High voltage spark over can be used in a controlled way.

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Simco-Ion Netherlands, a member of the worldwide ITW group, has operated in Europe since 1966. Our activities started with the introduction of plastics in the textile industry.

Today we offer a comprehensive range of products to control static electricity, for instance in the plastics, packaging, converting and printing industries. Our products are sold through an extensive network of competent agents.

On our contact page you will find a Simco-Ion office or agent who can assist you solving any issue with static electricity.This can vary from neutralising static electricy to using static electricity for electrostatic charging to bond two materials together to assist a production process.

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30 and 60 kV static charging now for IQ

Find out new capabilities for static bonding with the integration of CM5 to the IQ Easy platform

 

Static bonding becomes intelligent!

A newly introduced IQ Com Generator converter makes is possible to connect any existing CM5 charging generator to the Manager IQ Easy or Extension IQ Easy.

Many settings, parameters, warnings and alarms are available. But MOST IMPORTANT, it is now possible to pair the CM5 with a Sensor IQ Easy to enable Closed Loop Feedback charging.

Charging materials to create a bonding force to assist in various processes can be difficult to manage.
By applying a fixed high voltage to a charging electrode, mounted at the right distance with a reference potential at the other side sounds easy. However the resulting static charge on the material can change dramatically when conditions change. Speed of the material, friction and separation from an iddle roller, polution or wearing of the electrode pins, change of material, humidity, electrode distance are some of the main factors.
When f.e. a charging electrode is supplied with 10 kV it the resulting charge on the material can easily vary between 5 and 20 kV. This can lead to unwanted situations and needs constant monitoring of the charging effect and setting new setpoint charging voltages.

 

 

 

The solution is here:

A CM5 charging generator connected to the Manager IQ Easy through the IQ Com in combination with a Sensor IQ Easy, placed downstream of the charging electrode, enable closed loop feed back charging.

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