Static Eliminator in the printing industry addresses the following electrostatic problems:
1.Printing quality - the ink droplets are deflected by the static electricity on the surface of the material, causing ghosting or excessive ink ejection, and "flower spots", needle swelling or small white spots appear on the printed matter.
2.Dust adsorption - dust must be prevented from being absorbed. If it is unavoidable, dust must be removed from the material together with the static electricity causing the adsorption.
3.Encountering electric shocks - Industries that use synthetic fibers produce high levels of static electricity, and workers often suffer from electric shocks such as digital printing, solvent printing of flexible materials, and the like.
4.Printhead contamination - Static electricity can cause the printhead to 'drop ink' or be contaminated by ink spray.
5.Electrostatic adsorption - due to mutual exclusion or attraction, the delivery is slippery and the delivery is not uniform.
6.Fire hazard - a charged substrate may even cause an air discharge due to an excessively high potential, causing a fire.
Static elimination rods in the plastics industry.
In the industrial production of the plastics industry, static electricity can cause serious problems, covering the production process of bag making, lightweight injection molded parts, molded parts, plastic bottles, etc. Common electrostatic problems are:
1.Electric shock - after high temperature molding, transportation, silo, trimming, etc., the operator is most vulnerable to electric shock, which seriously dampens the enthusiasm of workers;
2.Adhesives - bags, lightweight injection molded parts, etc., are easy to stick to the conveyor belt, or adsorb to each other;
Blockage - In the transportation of raw materials such as plastic masterbatch, excessive static electricity is likely to cause agglomeration of raw materials, thereby blocking the conveying pipe and reducing the efficiency of cyclone separation.