How Static Charge is Produced

The use of extensive insulated materials also known as a Turboelectric such as a Vinyl, Polyethylene, Synthetic Fibers, Chemicals, Printing Paper etc, has resulted in the production of STATIC ELECTRICITY. Whenever these insulated materials are subjected to rubbing and friction as a STATIC CHARGE is produced in it. This charge is very bad for persons and causes great trouble and influence badly in the quality and quantity of products. People are used to this type of Static Charge and unaware about the bad effects on health.

Looking into the requirements of the Industry, Rangers Industrial Controls have developed a safe and unique Static Charge Removal Systems for any type of equipments used in Textiles, Chemicals, Paper, Plastics, Printing, Lamination and other allied Industries using Synthetic insulated materials.

How Static Charge Remover works

Rangers makes Static Charge Removers are based on Corona Discharge principle. It consists of two parts. One is High Voltage Generator and the other is No spark/No shock type Electrode also called Action bar.

The Electrode is mounted on the machine with its pins pointing 90° towards the flowing material. When electric power is supplied to the High Voltage Generator a very high voltage at a very low current starts flowing in the Electrode. Due to this high voltage a CORONA of electrostatic field is formed around the Electrode. Whenever a charged material under production comes into this field the whole charge on the material gets neutralized and final material at end of the process, which we get is free from any type of Static Charge.