The ESD Control Model combines the standard workstation, dust collector and Electro Static Discharge (ESD) controls into a single compact unit.
Military and industrial applications alike often involve devices that are sensitive to and can be damaged by exposure to Electro-Static Discharge (ESD). An Ionizer bar with a series of electrode probes that continuously emit a flow of charged ions into an air stream flowing out from around each of the probes. This flow if highly ionized air floods the system’s work area and quickly neutralizes any surface charges.
To further reduce the build-up of electro-static charges, the system includes the following accessories for grounding the nozzle and work piece: edge-connector grounding bar, needle probe, grounded hand piece and conductive nozzles. This flow of highly ionized air floods the system's work area and quickly eutralizes any surface charges.
The Patented modulator feed system provides a very consistent stream of abrasive material from the nozzle. This is critical because any variation in abrasive flow will impact how deep the process cuts. Modulated feed is an ideal for this challenge.
The special gate valve on the mdeia dispensing unit produces a fast response when starting and stopping the abrasive flow. This design improves the longevity and durability of the system and avoids having to pinch the abrasive hose which causes wear, or to use a sacrificial tube, which will wear very quickly.
Black lights come in as standard tools for the ESD Control Model. Designed for those coatings that are easily visible under ultra-violet lighting, black lights can be installed.