Compressed-air ionizing nozzles have a double function, cleaning the surface of interest and eliminate existing electrostatic charges.
Ionizing nozzles are employed where installation conditions are critical, especially in confined spaces.
Like other active anti-static equipment, also ionizing nozzles must be connected to an anti-static power supply by means of a high-tension cable and to compressed air via a common 6 mm air hose. We recommend the use of an air filter in such a way as to prevent the nozzle from coming into contact with impurities and moisture.
|Working distance||Up to 1000 mm|
|Ambient temperature||0° C – 70° C|
|Air consumption||a 3 bar, 190lit/min|
|Max pressure||7 bar|