Transforming Technologies is proud to announce the addition of the IN3425PE Hands Free AC Ionizing Nozzle with Photoelectric Eye to our line of ESD Products.
The IN3425PE is a very stable, pin-point accurate ionizer with a photoelectric eye that controls power and air flow.
The Model IN3425PE 68KHz AC ionizing air nozzle is a point-of-use solution for a wide range of static problems. A proximity sensing photoelectric eye controls the power and air flow for easy hands free ionization. The IN3425PE easily connects to a com-pressed air source and offers various output nozzles for specialized applications.
Using AC corona technology to make the air more conductive, Ptec™ ionizers pro-duce a balanced stream of positive and negative air ions that never need calibration. The main unit of the device is equipped with a small HV power unit so no external HV power unit or HV wiring is needed. The IN3425PE is light, small and free from EMI. It is equipped with an auto ion bal-ance and abnormal HV monitoring systems. These devices are used in many industries and manufacturing applications where static electricity is a problem.
Ptec™ ionizers save time and money because they require no calibration. Emitter life is increased and maintenance fre-quency is reduced, due to 68KHz AC ion emission.
- For price and availability on the IN3425PE Hands Free AC Ionizing Nozzle with Photoelectric Eye or for information on any products in Transforming Technologies full line of ESD products, please call 419-841-9552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transforming Technologies is proud to announce the addition of the Comfort Dome ESD Anti-Fatigue Mat to our line of ESD Products.
The Comfort Dome ESD Anti-fatigue matting is offers unmatched operator comfort.
Transforming Technologies Comfort Dome ESD Anti-Fatigue is a 100% rubber molded mat that provides unparalleled comfort in areas where static control is a concern. Evenly spaced domes on the surface of the mat provides superior anti-fatigue relief and slip resistance. These mats are available in single work-area mats sized 2′x3′ and 3′x4′ or in 3′x4′ interlocking sections for long assembly lines.
The Comfort Dome ESD Anti-Fatigue Mat meets or exceeds requirements of ANSI ESD-S20.20 and the recommendations of ESD 4.1.
For price and availability on the Comfort Dome series mats or for information on any products in Transforming Technologies full line of ESD products, please call 419-841-9552 or email email@example.com.
Transforming Technologies is proud to announce the addition of the CC2695P Series Dual Wire Coil Cord with Parking Jack to our line of ESD Products.
The CC2695-P’s polyurethane coil insulation and strain relief molding offers excellent coil memory and endurance. The molded snap head provides a convenient parking jack for the cord with not in use. Two female snaps, a 3.5mm phono plug and 1 meg resister are standard. Dual blue and black 4 mm sockets help maintain a constant connection and dual wire wrist straps provide redundancy. When used with resistive loop (dual wire) monitors, the CC2695P wrist strap sets continuously verify resistance to ground. Available in 5′, 10′, and 20′ feet lengths.
For price and availability on the CC2695-P series coil cords or for information on any products in Transforming Technologies full line of ESD products, please call 419-841-9552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week’s ESD Q&A question comes from StaticCare reader Tim, he asks:
Question: What type of instrument should I use to measure the resistance on our conveyor belt?
Thank you for taking the time to submit your question to Transforming Technologies.
You will want to use a surface resistance meter with a 2.27 Kg (5lb) electrode, such as the SRM500K, for the measurement. For a flat belt conveyor, you can put the electrode on the conveyor belt and measure the resistance to equipment ground. For an edge belt conveyor, place a metal plate on the conveyor and measure the resistance from the plate to equipment ground. You may want to isolate one side of the plate from the belt to make sure that each belt is grounded.
Transforming Technologies will answer questions concerning all things ESD: static causes, threats, ESD prevention, best practices and all things static in a feature we call ESD Q&A. If you have ESD questions that you would like to be answered, email email@example.com with Q&A in the subject line.