World's fastest static elimination
2× faster than conventional models
By using a supersonic structure, the air velocity of flow exceeds the sound of speed, dramatically improving the speed at which the ions reach the target. In addition, the shape of the electrode probe that applies fluid mechanics allows the surrounding air to enter, thereby increasing the air flow.
By combining these two technologies, it is possible to achieve the world's fastest elimination of static electricity.
5× less than conventional models
Air at supersonic speed forms a shock wave on the tip of the electrode probe.
The shock wave breaks the space, minimizing the inflow of external air.
Compared to the conventional enclosure rating, a significant air wall is formed, enabling dramatically lower maintenance even with a small flow rate.