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The Problems of Static in Industry

By using the Ioniser-Pro along your production line you can avoid problems such as:

  • Dust Build up: dust and contaminates are attracted to static charges and can cause a host of issues during production process.
  • Contaminated Packaging: This is extremely important in the food and medical industries as contaminated packaging will not be accepted for health and safety reasons, in turn this will cause a high rate of rejects and scrap waste which can be very expensive.
  • Reduced Production Speeds: some companies are forced to run their machinery at a slower pace than they would like to reduce the amout of static build up, this slows down production and ultimately loses you potential revenue. 
  • Operator shocks: With health and safety at the forefront of our minds it goes without saying that the protection of staff is essential. Though static shock tends to be minor and short lived they are still unpleasant and can cause a lapse in concentration which could lead to a collision with another member of staff or worse a collision with the machinery causing injury. 

 Our Ioniser-Pro can be used in any Industry where static charge is produced. Below is a sample of the industries we currently supply and the issues they face on a daily basis from static electricity:

Plastic Product Production

    •         Operator Shocks
    •         Dust Attraction
    •         Machinery Jams
    •         Slower Production Rate
    •         Contamination

Printing Industry

    •         Mis-feeding of printing material
    •         Poor Quality Print
    •         Operator Shocks
    •         Stacking Jams
    •         Alignment Issues

Textile Industry

    •          Machinery Jams
    •          Issues during Warping Process
    •          Fibre Breakage
    •          Poor Quality Production
    •          Breakdown of Production Line

Converting Industry

    •          Fires in Solvent Coaters
    •          Operator Shocks
    •          Mis-feeding of materials
    •          Jamming Machinery
    •          Interruption of Process Electronics


    •           Ignition of Volitile Solvents
    •           Underfilling of Capsules
    •           Underfilling of Bottles
    •           Increased Rejection Rate
    •           Poor Product Quality