1. Pouch making Machines.
2. Cutting and side sealing machines.
3. Bag making machines (extruders).
4. Lamination machines.
5. Flexo and Roto Gravour printing machines.
6. Tape making machines for HDPE woven bags.
7. Slit film plants.
8. Packing and sealing machines.
Installing lonizing Bars :
Correct positioning is Vital to the efficient operation of static elimination bars factors to be considered are :
Correct Positioning relative to the problem, i.e., immediately before problem area, with no intermediary rollers or processes which could regenerate the charge.
Speed of material - higher speeds require more static elimination. Conductivity and density of material.
The less conductive or more dense (molecularly) the material, the more stubborn will be the charge.
Grounding - vitally important to the correct operation of bars. They will not function and will become "live" if not properly grounded.
Static lonising Bar : Technical Characteristics
Dimensions : 30 X 30mm X length (up to 5000 mm)
Weight : Approx 1.0 kgs per 300 mm length
Operating voltage : 7.5 kv
Operating current : Less than 0.250 milli amps
Cable : 3.0 metres shielded in flexible conduit;
longer length can be ordered
Construction : M.S. Powder coated / S.S. and Fire
retardant PVC extrusion
Emitters : Stainless Steel
Mounting : M6 X 20 mm studs into "T" slot
Max. Temp. : 65 c
MA-7500 Power Supply : Technical Data
Maxi. dimensions - case : 300mm X 150mm X 150mm (h X w X d)
Mounting plate : 150mm X 130mm (w X d)
Weight : 5 kg. approx
Short circuit current : < 0.5 mA
Maximum load : Equivalent to 10 metres of ionising
appliances and capable.
Output : 7.5 Kv
Input Voltage : 240v + 10% AC
Input Frequency : 50 Hz
Power consumption : 50 W