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What kind of maintenance is necessary for an Ionizing Bar?
A soft bristle brush (a toothbrush works well) should be used to clean the emitter points and channel to remove any particulate. Do not use anything that will bend or dull the emitter points. Do not use any soaps or liquid cleaners that will leave a conductive residue. They can destroy the effectiveness and lifespan. A simple cleaning operation added to your planned maintenance schedule can eliminate potential performance problems. The frequency of cleaning required will depend upon the environment in which the ionizer is installed. Dirty industrial applications may require daily cleaning while clean-room applications may require only monthly cleaning. It is important to evaluate the cleaning needs of each individual ionizer installation.
Never clean an ionizer with the power on!
Static Eliminators
  1. What kind of maintenance is necessary for an Ionizing Bar?
  2. We removed the static charge with your ionizer, but it keeps coming back. Why?
  3. Can I duct the ionized air from your static eliminators?
  4. What does your Static Meter tell me?
  5. How many amps does your power supply draw?
  6. Why won't your static eliminators demagnetize my metal parts?
  7. Which static eliminator should I use?
  8. Where should I position your ionizer in my process?
  9. If I have an Ion Bar and want to add compressed air, can I?
  10. What lengths do you offer for your Super Ion Air Knife and Standard Ion Air Knife?
 
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