Ionization / Electrostatics Mgt Solutions
Static Control & Neutralizing Systems
Why Is Static Control Important?
Managing static electricity is important for several reasons. The most notable being contamination control, operator safety, and minimizing process equipment issues that can occur due to high static charges.
Contamination control is a significant issue in many manufacturing environments, especially in critical applications such as food, medical or pharmaceutical packaging.
Operator safety is also a critical concern because high static charges can cause significant electrostatic shocks to unsuspecting personnel, or worse, an electrostatic discharge in a solvent coating application could cause a fire hazard. The biggest issue for most manufacturers is that all of these problems resulting from static electricity impact their bottom-line.
Static electricity is best controlled by using active electrical ionizers to neutralize the charges. The most effective devices for eliminating static are strategically located in the process to manage the three problems identified above.
These major industrial processes depend greatly on static control.
Simco-Ion’s products provide solutions in critical converting processes that can be affected by static including bag-making, sheeting and slitting, laminating and coating, gravure printing, rewinding, trim collection, web cleaning and roll-to-roll changeover.
Simco-Ion solves problems for a variety of plastics applications including film extrusion, injection molding, thermoforming, trim collection coating, laminating, chill roller pinning, blow molding and in-mold labeling.
Today’s print customers demand high-quality printed material at competitive prices. Simco-Ion’s static control products, cleaning systems and static bonding equipment guarantee that your customers will get higher-quality printed materials. At the same time, your production cost is lowered and throughput increased.
Static charges can cause problems in many areas of packaging processes. Simco-Ion’s products can eliminate these problems in a variety of applications including package printing, bottling, labeling, thermoforming, over-wrapping, trim collection, and form, fill and seal operations.