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Ionizer (Air Push Type)


Wide Range of Nozzles for Optimal Ionization

Select the Nozzle for the Application

Standard Nozzle

An application example of the basic standard nozzle.

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Shower Nozzle

Injects ionized air over an angle of 60° or 90°.

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Flat Nozzle

• Injects ionized air over an angle of 90° to enable ionization of comparatively wide objects.
• The air blow direction can be changed.

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Combination of Standard Nozzle and Optional Tube

Attach the Optional Tube to the Standard Nozzle to blow ionized air close to the workpiece for pin-point ionization.

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Straight Bar Nozzle

• Neutralizes static electricity over a wide area.
• Five ionization areas from 100 to 500 mm.
• The air blow direction can be changed.

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Combination of Flexible Tube Nozzle and Optional Cap

Combine the nozzle cap at the tip of the nozzle to enable many ionization applications.

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Efficient Pin-point Ionization

High-speed ionization of the target spot is possible by using a tube or metal pipe to get closer to the workpiece.
The Ionizer can be brought as close as 1 mm to the workpiece.

24-VDC Power Supply with No High-voltage Wiring Required

Only the 24-VDC power supply for the Ionizer is needed.
No dangerous high-voltage wiring is required.

High-frequency AC Method with Excellent Ion Balance

Uses more compact high-frequency AC method with excellent ion balance and stability.

Compact Type with Built-in Controller

Controller section built in. Simple all-in-one Unit that installs easily just about anywhere.

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