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Introduction - Static Removers (Ionizers)

Introduction

Static removers (ionizers)

A static remover (ionizer) is a device that uses ions to neutralize static electricity, that causes troubles such as electrostatic breakdown and the malfunction of devices.
Ionizers are divided into the AC method and DC method according to the method they use to produce ions.
The AC method applies AC voltage to the discharge needles and alternately produces positive ions and negative ions.
The DC method applies DC voltage to the discharge needles and produces either positive ions or negative ions only.
In addition, the AC method ionizers are divided into a high frequency method (a few kHz) and a low frequency method (a few dozen Hz) according to the frequency that produces the desired ions.

Static remover
(Ionizer)
AC method High-frequency
(a few kHz)
Low-frequency
(a few dozen Hz)
DC method  

AC method

This is a method that creates a corona discharge (refer to "Glossary") by applying AC voltage to the discharge needles and alternately produces positive ions and negative ions.

DC method

This is a method that creates a corona discharge by applying DC voltage to the discharge needles and produces either positive ions or negative ions only.

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