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Anti-static sprays are effective in hard-to-reach places or blocked surfaces, for products that move at rapid speeds, and on surfaces with an extremely high static charge. Read More…

Anti-Static Spray Anti-static spray prevents the occurrence of static electricity by providing a thin, transparent coat to equipment.
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Leading Manufacturers

City of Industry, CA  |  323-724-7777

Gordon Brush’s® ESD & cleanroom products meet the specific needs of the electronics industry plus industries where static electricity buildup is detrimental to manufacturing.

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Gordon Brush Mfg. Co., Inc. $$$

Bensenville, IL  |  630-238-8883

Designing and manufacturing static control equipment and static control products is the heart of our business. Equipment: ESD auditing equipment for monitoring floors, packaging, worksurfaces and other environmental controls; product: wrist straps and testers, field service kits and resistance meters.

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PROSTAT® Corporation $$$

Norton, OH  |  330-564-2000

Meech pioneered the industrial use of Pulsed DC technology for static control & has over 4,500 systems in use in the plastics, converting, printing & packaging industries. Meech can provide solutions to control static in virtually every production situation & offers a wide range of static eliminators, AC & PDC ionizing bars, blowers, guns, nozzles, as well as air curtains & web cleaners.

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Meech Static Eliminators $$$

Mechanic Falls, ME  |  207-998-5140

Electro Static Technology&trade designs and manufactures custom OEM configured static dissipative brushes for a broad range of applications such as printers, copiers, graphic arts and packaging equipment. We provide custom-designed static control devices for printers, copiers and facsimile machines.

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Electro Static Technology™ $$$

Phoenix, AZ  |  888-257-3680

Botron is a static control product manufacturer who always puts the customer first. Botron is a low source for personnel grounding products, including wrist straps, anti-static bags, heel grounders, anti-static binders, tapes and static dissipative mats, as well as numerous other ESD products.

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Botron Co. Inc. $$$
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Anti static sprays can help to repel dust and eliminate static build-up on optics, disc drives, photographic materials, lenses, metal rollers and other places where static may be present. More so then other ESD products, anti static spray is an everyday item that is easy to use and has multiple benefits. When applied to a surface, the anti static spray is simply sprayed on and then wiped off, leaving behind nothing but a clean scent and no static buildup. It is not corrosive, but rather intensifies the contact resistance of the surface.

Anti-static sprays have many common household uses, such as rendering clothing, carpet, telephones, walls, ceilings, fixtures, tools and more static free. Industries such as the electronic, graphics, photography, printing and optics industries benefit from anti-static sprays. Since dust and static shock can harm electronics and led to data loss, anti-static sprays are useful in many applications.

Anti-static sprays are available in many sizes from a wide variety of manufacturers. They may also be purchased as part of a field service kit that includes such static control products as anti-static gloves, static bags, static brushes and ionizers.

Static electricity is an electric charge caused by an imbalance of positive and negative charges. The creation of static electricity commonly occurs when two objects rub together, positively charging one object and negatively charging the other in a process known as tribocharging. The transfer of a positive charge from one object to another, results in a release of an electrical charge known as electrostatic discharge (ESD). The heat from an ESD event is so hot and intense that it can vaporize or melt tiny parts in sensitive equipment.

Even low voltage ESD events can cause problems. Static electricity may also result from exposure to an electrical field. Charged conductors, such as metals, can be grounded to completely discharge them, but insulators, such as plastics, cannot discharge, as they do not conduct electricity. Regardless of the material being plastic or metal, most electronic using companies keep special areas for their sensitive equipment called electrostatic protective areas, or EPAs.

It is an area where workers are conscious of what is coming in contact with every object and numerous static control products and techniques are being utilized.

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