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Static bonding Static bonding


The unpleasant effects of static electricity are well known. People get shocks, materials cling together, a spark damages materials or even causes a fire. A electrostatic charge can also be very useful! Materials can be charged deliberately to make them bond temporarily. Static charge can be an invisible helping hand in your production process. This method is already used in many processes in various industries.


Some examples are:


g Block a stack of paper or magazines to prevent shifting during transport or packaging.


g Fix an address label to a brochure before the brochure is packed in a wrapping film.


g Bond a part of a multilayer film to prevent air entrapment. g Bond a small section of a film during winding on a roll to prevent the roll from telescoping.


g IML; The pre-printed label is positioned into the injection mould and kept in place by a static charge. This way the label will be moulded together with the product shape and come out as a finished product.


Do any ideas spring to mind on how to use a static charge in your production process?


SIMCO (Nederland) B.V. has outstanding capabilities to develop ideas and implement solutions with static electricity that can simplify and optimise your process. A broad range of products are capable of performing tasks that go beyond your imagination.


How?


A static charging system consist of a high voltage generator and an electrode. The high voltage generator supplies the high voltage needed to create a static charge. This can vary from 3 to 60 kVolts. The charging electrode comes in different shapes to enable an optimum result for each specific application.


To assess the possibilities in your production process you can contact Simco-Ion or a local representative. More information: www.simco-ion.co.uk/contact


Download the whitepaper: “Charging techniques” www.simco-ion.co.uk/wp


g Making a stack static


g Fix an address label to a brochure


g Prevent air inclusion


g Prevent the roll from telescoping


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