Ionizer Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Neutralizing Threats

    While air ionizers that are used to eliminate dust and allergens in the home have been called into question lately, commercial air ionizers are often used for a different purpose and should not be scrutinized in the same way. In the home, air ionizers produce negative ions, which are attracted to positively charged particles like dust, smoke, bacteria and pollen. Once these particles are ionized they settle onto grounded surfaces such as walls and floors. This is where most criticism comes into play, as it is pointed out that ionization...

  • Clean Air and The Products to Help

    In industry, ionizers are devices designed and used to generate positive and negative ions. These ions are then blown across work surfaces in an effort to neutralize potentially damaging static charges on objects that are located on the surface. However, in the commercial and domestic industries, these items are often found employed to improve air quality. In homes and other places, they are often used to eliminate dust, pollen and smoke. Ions are found naturally in nature, but the problem is, the places they are found are waterfalls, ocean waves...

  • Air Purifiers and Ionizers

    Living in Michigan, most have probably noticed the insane increase in allergies. For three months I seemed to be battling one of the worst colds of my life. Finally, the air has gone back to normal for the most part, occasionally the pollen will flare up again, but it is mostly stabilized. One thing I had considered for awhile was to purchase an air purifier to make breathing a little easier. In industries however, an air ionizer might be of more use. Ionizers, or often called ionized air blowers, are...

  • Ionizers: The Neutralizer

    Calling an environment a neutral space can refer to many philosophical and physical layers of that environment. For example, a neutral space may mean it is a room where nobody is allowed to yell. In war, the ground between two opposing trenches is known as no man's land , which is a neutral zone. Outside of philosophical renderings of space, a space that is neutral can also be in reference to the lack of static in the air, which would cause uncomfortable shocks for employees and possible electric damage to...

  • Ions to Ionizers

    Remember back in chemistry class in high school, or maybe even college when you would learn about things like ions? If you are like me, while you recognize the term you have no idea what on earth it means. Chemistry was one of those courses that while I did great in during the term, I forgot everything I had learned immediately after the final class. For a refresher course ions are an atom or molecule. What makes them unique is they have either more or less electrons than a regular...

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Ionizers

Ionizers, also called “ionized air blowers,” are devices that generate positive and negative ions and then blow them across a work surface to neutralize potentially damaging static charges on any objects sitting on the surface. Ionizers are designed to generate positive and / or negative air ions. Static ionizers can also be used to improve the quality of air by eliminating dust.

Ions help clean the air of particles such as dust, pollen and smoke. Ions are naturally produced by waterfalls, ocean waves, streams, etc., but in areas where pollution is present, like cities, the number of natural ions is not sufficient to clear the area. There are electric currents that are sometimes generated by the tribocharging of two objects, which then affect any sort of electronic around them and sometimes cause immense amounts of damage. Without enough natural ions to balance out this electrostatic discharge, also known as ESD, ionizers are needed to remove static and other particles from the air. ESD products were developed for static control and there are many of them, only one of which is ionizers. Other key ESD protection products include ground straps, which are worn at the wrists of workers around sensitive equipment and pull any static electricity encountered into the anti static mats at their feet rather then affecting the machinery. Preventative measures, such as corona treaters, which shoot electric currents through certain types of materials, enhancing their ability to withstand ESD, are also available.

Ionizers specifically look like industrial fans, and can come in a variety of basic sizes; large, medium and small. They keep a constant stream of ions in the generalized area they are in, which does much to control the amount of static in a room. Many products, such as computer equipment, electronics, medical equipment and telecommunications equipment, are very sensitive to static electricity. Without products like ionizers, several problems can result from static, including dust clinging to products and causing internal damage or corroding the surface level of the product, materials tearing, jamming or curling, sheet-feeding problems, hazardous sparks or shocks and so forth. Static ionizers can be used to help alleviate these problems. However, individual ionizers vary greatly in terms of capabilities. When a buyer is purchasing an ionizer certain aspects of the machinery should be considered; what size and weight is appropriate for their environment, how much air coverage and air volume is going to be necessary, and how much operating voltage is the ionizer going to require are just a few things to think about.

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