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Applications | Packaging industry


A Charging electrode B Anti-static bars C Power unit D Charging generator


A Anti-static bars


B Power supply


A Anti-static bar B Anti-static bar with airknife C Power unit


How do I avoid the film from sticking to the metal rollers and how do I avoid that the product is bad inserted into a tubular foil during the horizontal flow wrap process?


By placing anti-static bars after unwinding the film, the electrostatic charge on the film caused by the unwinding is neutralised. In this way, the film does not stick to the metal rollers, and the product can be inserted well into the tubular foil. By adding an electrostatic charge before the product goes into the shrink tunnel, it prevents the film from tearing in the shrink tunnel. For this purpose a Simco-Ion charging electrode is used.


How do I avoid a bad positioning of the sleeve?


Placing anti-static bars ensures that the static charge that arises on the film is neutralised. In this way the film doesn’t stick to the mandrel and the sleeve is properly positioned.


How do I prevent the film from sticking and wrapping around rollers?


Installing an anti-static bar will neutralise the static charge that arises by unwinding from the packaging film. This will prevent the film from sticking and wrapping around the rollers. By blowing a stream of ionised air over the film just after the cutting section, the static charge on the film will be neutralised. A long range anti-static bar placed over the wrapping bars will keep the tail end from sticking against the film.


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