Simco-Ion Europe offers a variety of charging bars and electrodes, depending on the specific applications and conditions. These bars are connected to a Static Charging Generator. The bars have the length of a normal static eliminator and can be placed inside machines. The length usually depends on the size of the material that needs to be charged. A strong, ion-saturated electrical field around the line of high voltage points of the charging bars can force material to glue together or to charge. The material is charged by the ions that are created and directed by the charging bar. Surfaces with different polarity glue or cling together temporarily. There are various methods of temporarily charging materials electrostatically, using a Simco-Ion Chargemaster Static Generator.
Simco-Ion offers two different types of charging electrodes that both can be connected to a Static Charging Generator.
A static charging system consists of a high voltage generator and an electrode or applicator and cabling. The high voltage generator supplies the high voltage needed to create a static charge. This can vary from 3 to 60 kVolt. The charging electrode or charging applicator comes in different shapes to enable an optimum result for each specific application. Size and shape differ to make optimum solutions for each situation.