How To Determine The Static Speed Of The Ionizer Air Fan
How to determine the static speed of the ionizer air fan
In addition to the electrostatic speed, the ionizer air fan is an important part of the performance of the ion fan. Therefore, when introducing its own products, the speed of static elimination is the main criterion for performance. So how do users choose the right product for them?
The static elimination performance of the ionizer air fan includes: the static elimination speed, the residual voltage amount, and the positive and negative ion balance. The static elimination speed refers to the time of neutralization, that is, the time taken from the analog to generate 1KV (or 5KV) high voltage to 100V (or 500V), which is generally about 1S to 4.5S; the residual voltage refers to the static electricity after the neutralization The amount of charge remaining has a positive and negative charge, generally around ±15V. The ion balance refers to the equivalent quantity of positive and negative charges, which determines the amount of residual voltage in the area. Understand these technical parameters, when the user chooses the ion fan, you can refer to the following points:
1. Area static control: manual work on site, no need to pursue static removal time, but must choose ion fan with good ion balance, such as ±10V and long-term stability, because it is equal to the safe ESD environment, even if In addition to the slower static electricity rate, it does not matter much.
2, regional static control: semi-automatic, semi-manual operation, this kind of work site should consider the operating speed and frequency of the equipment, the static electricity speed is selected as soon as possible. Generally it is suitable in about 2.5 seconds.