AC Industrial static eliminators are powered by means of an external powersupply. The advantage of AC static eliminators are the compact size of the static bar. The powersupply is connected to the local grid(110/120/220/230Vac) with a plug. The powersupply delivers a high-voltage, usually 7kV, to an industrial static eliminator bar. The High-Voltage needs to be connected to the antistatic bar with a high-voltage cable. The Antistatic bars are delivered with a fixed length of cable that can not be shortened.
For all types of AC Powered Static Eliminators a Simco-Ion Power Supply is needed. The Powersupply can be used to connect a maximum of 4 anti static bars. The Power supply can be ordered in different settings and for different grid-voltages.
The selection of an AC anti static bar is done in three parts. First you have to chose the working distance to the material. This is the distance between the material and the static eliminator. Then you will have to chose the length of the needed HV cabling. This is the length from the bar to the external power supply. After that you will have to chose the right parameters for your powersupply(grid voltage, etc.) to power the anti-static bar.
MEB anti-static bars are often used on production machines were short range ionisation is possible and where no moving machine parts are interfering the ionisation.
Each individual emitter point of this rectangular anti-static bar is coupled capacitively to the high voltage. You will there fore not get an electrical shock when the point is accidentally touched. Another advantage is that the bar continues to function properly when a number of points are short-circuited, for instance due to heavy fouling.
MEJ anti-static bars are often used on production machines were short range ionisation is possible and where no moving machine parts are interfering the ionisation.The properties of this Simco-Ion anti-static bar are the same as those of type MEB, except that the MEJ type is round. Therefore mounting this anti-static bar via holes in the machine frame is possible.
These bars can be cleaned easily and therefore they are suited for being installed in places which may be subject to heavy fouling. Touching an emitter pin will cause an unpleasant electrical shock. These bars are usually installed in such a manner that the emitter pins cannot be touched by personnel.
Each individual emitter pin of the MaxION anti-static bar is coupled capacitively to the high voltage. You will therefore not get an electrical shock when the emitter pin is accidentally touched. The rugged MaxION static neutralising bar has a reinforced profile that minimises damage due to accidental bending. The ground reference is embedded in the reinforced profile.
Each individual emitter pin of this anti-static bar is coupled capacitively to the high voltage. You will therefore not get an electrical shock when the emitter pin is accidentally touched. Another advantage is that the bar continues to function properly when a number of emitter pins are short-circuited, for instance due to heavy fouling.
This type of anti-static bar, a more powerful version of the EP-Sh-N is highly effective and, with its long range, ideal for neutralization of static electricity on materials when the distance varies. Under certain conditions the maximum distance may even be as large as 600 mm. The construction of the bar is so rigid that bending of long bars is only minimal.
This anti-static bar has the same properties as the P-Sh-N. but is equipped with an integrated power unit, you do not need a high-voltage cable. This anti-static bar has been approved for use in certain hazardous environments. The 5m long primary cable shall be connected to the mains voltage. A neon lamp can indicate that high voltage is present. Under certain conditions the P-Sh-N-Ex bar is capable of neutralizing the materials from a maximum distance of 200 mm.