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PLASTICS MACHINERY STATIC CONTROL


SOLUTIONS What Is Static Discharging?


Many industrial processes create static charges, which can often be disruptive to the process or even create discomfort to the operators


Static discharging involves reducing these charges to level where they do not affect the process or the operators, improving quality and efficiency


What Is Static Charging?


Many industrial processes can be improved by temporarily sticking materials together and static charging is an economical means to accomplish this in a highly controlled manner. Examples include reducing necking in film casting, holding printed ribbons in register through a folder and improving ink transfer in gravure printing


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Prices to suit all budgets Many years’ experience


Renmar Plastics Machinery Unit 2 Sanders Close


Finedon Road Industrial Estate Wellingborough


Working in partnership with Eltex, a well-established German developer and manufacturer of static control equipment, Renmar Plastics Machinery (formally Arrowquint) can provide you with a solution to your static control issues.


Northamptonshire. NN8 4HQ Tel 0844 6933225


Email sales@renmarstatic.co.uk Web www.renmarstatic.co.uk Web www.renmar.co.uk


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