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2. Introduction What is Static and Contamination Control How Static Clean Equipment controls or eliminates static How Precision AirConvey can sell and market the new line of equipment 3. Agenda Introduction to Static Basics What can be done How Static Bars Power Supplies Air Knives Blowers WebVacs Charging Equipment Wrap Up 4. Overview Static is costly in time, lost productionStatic and defects Static Charge rsBars We will look at what static is, how itBlowers PrecisionAirConveyStatic affects the bottom Power line and what our line WebVacsAirSupply of equipment can do. Knives 5. Vocabulary Triboelectric or Friction Charging Friction is the primary means of generating staticelectricity. Whenever two surfaces in close contact areseparated, one surface loses electrons and becomespositively charged while the other surface gains the sameelectrons and becomes negatively charged. The totalcharge on the two materials remains the same and mayeven be zero. After separation, however, each surfaceretains its positive or negative charge, unless the surface isconductive and a path to ground is provided. 6. Vocabulary Charging Through Induction Inductive charging occurs when a charged object creates astationary electrostatic field. It is difficult to charge non-conductors by induction. However, grounding a conductiveobject when it is in the field causes it to take on staticcharge of opposite polarity to the field without havingtouched the original charged object. The electrostatic fieldfrom the original object attracts (or induces) oppositepolarity charge to the surface of the new object placedwithin the field. If that object is then isolated from groundand removed from the field, it will hold an electrostaticcharge. Example: Ungrounded idler roll or conductor (operator) in presence the of web 7. Vocabulary Alternating Current (AC) Ionizers High voltage is applied to a number of closely-spacedemitter points, which cycle alternately-negative andpositive- at the line frequency (50/60 Hz). ACtechnology is used in grids, ionizing blowers, gunsand bars. 8. Vocabulary Steady-state DC Ionizers With this method, separate emitter points are providedfor each polarity. Positive high voltage is continuallyapplied to one half of the emitter points whilenegative high voltage is continuously applied to theother half. Steady-state DC is used in room systems,laminar flow hoods, ionizing blowers and ionizingblow-off guns. Steady-state DC work with low as wellas high air flow providing the emitter points arespaced far enough apart to reduce ion recombination,without creating hot spots. 9. What about Static? The Good Temporary bonding of materials The Bad Jamming, Misfeeds Process Contamination Safety The Ugly Loss of Revenue downtime Risk explosivion and/or Fire 10. What are the options? Ignore the Problem Reduce BandAid Humidity Passive Control or Neutralize Active 11. How can we handle Static? Tinsel or Cord Static Bars AirKnives Blowers WebVac Charging Systems 12. Tinsel and Cord What are they? Why and when would they be used? 13. Passive Static Bars What is a Passive Static Bar? 14. Static Bars What is a Static Bar 15. Static Bars How it works Positive and Negative ions stream from the emitter pins. 16. Static Bars Specifications 6 Alpha shielded cable or 10 High-voltage cable Custom lengths available Decay Rates Effective Range 17. Static BarsApplication Free air space 3 or more from Idler Rolls or Plattens Collapsed Field Offset if you can with over/under pairsNO YES YES Static Bars to 1 inches from the material above and below Idler RollIdler RollYES YESRewind Roll 18. Air Tubes Increase the effective range of a Static Bar 19. Power Supplies Whats offered 115 volt 7.5Kv 230 volt 7.5 Kv 20. Power Supplies Details 7.5Kv 2 Output Ports Lighted on/off switch Fused Primary UL & CE Listed 21. Power Supplies Specifications Up to 300 of static bar may be connected to each power supply. Up to 100 of non-shielded cable Up to 24 of Alpha Shielded High Voltage cable A 4-1 connector block is available for ASHV or HV increasing the number of ports beyond the standard 2 22. AirKnives What is an AirKnife 23. AirKnives How an AirKnife works AirKnives use a stream of air under high pressure AirKnives can also assist Static Bars by increasing their limited range. 24. AirKnives How an AirKnife works 1. Compressed air flows through aninlet into the plenum chamber ofthe Ionizing Air Knife. Multiplechannels inside direct the flow toa precise, slotted orifice. 2. Air is pulled in from thesurrounding room 3. As the primary airflow exits, itcreates a uniform sheet of airacross the entire length. 25. AirKnives AirKnife & Static Bar1. Compressed air flows through the inlet into the plenum chamber of the AirKnife.2. As the primary airflow exits, it creates a uniform sheet of air across the entire length pulling in surrounding room air.3. A Static Bar fills the curtain of air with positive and negative charges.4. The air stream delivers these static eliminating ions to the product surface neutralizing and cleaning it. 26. AirKnives Specification Amplification Available lengths up to 48 Systems up to 120 Air Filtration Systems available Entrains Air 27. AirKnives Applications Used in Cleaning Extending Range of Static Bars Winders 28. Blowers What is a Blower 29. Blowers Specification Extended Range 110-300 CFM Decay Rates Optional Mounting Portable Stand 30. Blowers Application Tote Boxes MegaTotes Winders Extended Range Automated process/machines 31. WebVacs What is a WebVac? Side Draft Feature/Standard 32. WebVacs How does it work? 1. Electrostatic attraction caused by static charges on the web bindsparticles, like slitter dust, to the web surface. This attractive forceis strong enough to resist cleaning by rotary brushes or blow-offnozzles. 2. The contact cleaning brush gently brushes the web, barelymaking contact with the web surface, to dislodge particlesembedded in the surface of the web. The adjustable knobs andmounting brackets enable the user to adjust the positioning of thebrush, even lifting out of the way entirely in applicationsinvolving delicate webs that could be damaged by contactcleaning. 33. WebVacs How does it work? 3. The static neutralizing bar mounted on the front of the WebVac hoodneutralizes static electricity on the web, eliminating the electrostaticattraction holding contamination in place.4. The vacuum collector draws a powerful suction through a narrow slotin the WebVac hood, lifting contaminants from the web surface as itpasses within cleaning range less than an inch below. The taperedshape of the hood distributes the vacuum evenly across the entirewidth of the web for uniform edge-to-edge cleaning. 34. WebVacs How does it work? 5. A perforated stainless steel air tube mounted along the trailing edge ofthe cleaning hood directs a stream of compressed air across the webat right angles to the web surface. The resulting turbulence kicksparticles from the web surface into the air where they are captured inthe envelope of suction created by the hood instead of contaminatingthe surrounding environment or recontaminating the web. 6. As the web moves away from the hood, contamination has been liftedfrom its surface and it will remain cleaner because the WebVac hasleft it static free 35. WebVacs Specifications Guss plate (head to head) Standard sizes 8, 13, 18, 24, 30 Side Draft and Triangle Styles Hose Kits and Accessories 36. WebVacs Application Web Cleaning Packaging Thermoforming 37. Static Bond Charging System What is a Charging System? Consists of two Elements Power Controller and Applicator Charging Bar Spot Charger 38. Charging Bars Charging Bar Up to 120 overall length 114 effective on center pins NO flux field Adjustable mounting studs 10 of high voltage cable 39. Charging Bars Charging Bar Applications Roll change over Sheeters Interleaf for plate making 40. Charging Bars Compatibility Simco Tantec Static Clean 41. 3 Connectors Connectors Static Clean Simco Tantec 42. Bottom Connector Bottom Connect 43. Daisy Chain Connection 44. Multiport Connector 45. Charge Bar Disconnect Disconnect Simco 46. Spot Chargers Spot Charger Twist lock fittings Expandable Splitters Fast Change out 47. Spot Chargers Spot Charger Applications Tack to Chill Roll, Extruders, Cast Film Lines Lap seal on shrink film In-mold decorating Laminating Card Deck Stacking Interleaf plate making 48. Charge Generator Power Controller Hardened Circuitry Internal Surge Protection Auto Reset 100-240v input 10 turn potentiometer Volt/current select I/O Large LED display 49. Charge Generator Simco Hardened Circuitry Internal Surge Protection Auto Reset 100-240v input 10 turn potentiometer Volt/current select I/O Large LED display 50. Charge Generator Tantec Hardened Circuitry Internal Surge Protection Auto Reset 100-240v input 10 turn potentiometer Volt/current select I/O Large LED display 51. Summary Static Affects the manufacturing process in a negative way 52. Questions for the sales process Question the customers regarding themanufacturing process to determine thebest method of static control 53. Where to Get More Information 54. Questions & Answer


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