Static Control Products
ESD Bench Top Ionizer with Heater
WIDE Coverage Heated ESD Ionizer for Static Control
Perfect for Electronic Assembly, Vacuum Forming Operations and More!
The HDSL-028 ESD bench top ionizer is a robust and versatile unit that provides a wide plane of ionized air to control static electricity. This powerful yet easily controllable ionized air stream is PERFECT for electronic assembly and removing the final traces of static from insulative objects and sub assemblies. Excellent for other uses in other manufacturing environments such as plastic sheet and vacuum forming operations. One of the most versatile ionizers in the industry!
Variable Temperature Heated and Static Neutralizing Air output
Compare this product to our competitors! Our SL-028 features a higher output, wider coverage, better pricing and is ISO manufactured to strict quality control standards! Call United SCP, save your esd program a substantial amount of money and get the high quality and performance you deserve from a reliable supplier with a great ionizer and a proven track record!
Powerful 70 to 120 CFM WIDE output, an outstanding value!
Adjustable heated air output (less component stress)
Patented balanced ion output, no calibration required!
Tungsten long life emitter.
Ion generation indicator lamp.
Infinitely adjustable high output multi speed fan.
Certificate of compliance at no charge with each unit.
+/- 10 volt offset voltage balance! No calibration required.
Perfect for bench top use or for mounting under shelves
Heavy duty mounting bracket included at no charge!
Powder Coated Stainless Steel finish.
Fully Warranted and Built to last a lifetime! The SL-028 meets or exceeds the recommended technical requirements of ANSI/ESD S 20.20- 2021 tested in accordance with STM3.1. Includes certificate of compliance.
HDSL-028 Bench Top ESD Ionizer
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Decay Test Results
Operating Voltage: 110V/220V, Testing Voltage: 1kV to 100V, Temperature: 22°c
Note the following are overviews, please see manual (included with product) for full details.
The HDSL-028 features an attached heavy duty adjustable metal stand with a non marring, non slip base. The SL-028 may be simply placed on work bench, bolted to the underside of a work bench shelve or attached in a variety of configurations.
Electrical Requirements: The HDSL-028 requires 110VAC /60Hz (standard) or 220VAC / 50Hz (optional) power. These units must be grounded. The instrument is equipped with a 3 prong grounded US male plug (standard). Do not modify the plug or use an ungrounded 3 prong receptacle. If an extension cord is required use heavy gauge fully grounded cords only.
Operating Procedure: Activate the HDSL-028 bench top ionizer blower by turning fan speed knob clockwise. The ionization indicator will illuminate and indicate the presence of ionized air. Airflow speed can easily be adjusted utilizing the fan speed knob. The time required to neutralize electrostatic potential is dependent on distance of ionizer to work surface and speed of fan. When used in electronic assembly the ionized air stream should cover as much of the working area as possible. The constant flow of ionized air prevents items from developing an electrostatic potential.
Routine Maintenance Overview: Clean emitters as needed. To clean ion emitter points press and turn point cleaner knob (located in middle of air outlet) clockwise approximately one turn and release. Clean air inlet and outlets as needed with a soft brush or vacuum. Vacuum or carefully brush inlets and outlets as needed. Periodically test ion output as indicated by your internal esd program or ANSI/ESD S 20.20-2021, TR53, Air Ionizer Compliance Verification (discharge time and offset voltage). Offset voltages of >+/- 35 volts or decay times that exceed specifications may indicate the need for replacement of emitters. Normal emitter life is 3 years, replacement emitters are easy to install and available from United SCP.
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