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Getting rid of contaminants

21 October 2010

Exair's Ion Air Gun, from Good Hand UK, removes static electricity, contaminants and dust from three-dimensional parts prior to labelling, assembly, packaging, painting or finishing

It's engineered for safe operation and is recognised to component safety standards. The shock-less Ion Air Gun neutralises static electricity and cleans at distances up to 4.6m.

The Ion Air Gun incorporates a high velocity air jet that uses a small amount of compressed air to entrain 80% of the total output airflow from the surrounding room air.

An electrically energised emitter at the discharge end fills the entire airstream with positive and negative ions capable of neutralising high static charges in a fraction of a second. An optional regulator allows infinite adjustment of the air volume and velocity. A comfortable grip and hand position allows hours of continuous use without fatigue.

The Ion Air Gun is quiet, lightweight and features a hanger hook for easy storage. The 3m shielded power cable is said to be flexible, designed for rugged use. Applications include cleaning moulded parts, pre-paint dust removal, furniture finishing and package cleaning prior to labelling or printing.


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