Ionization Equipment

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Simco-ION Ionizing Bar

Ionizing Bars

General Use Ionizing Bars are designed to control static charge in mini-environments, laminar flow hoods and workstations.

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Simco-ION Benchtop Ionizers

Benchtop Ionizers

Simco-ION's Benchtop Ionizers Blowers provide a range of localized or expanded coverage options with minimal footprints.

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Simco-ION Overhead Ionizer

Overhead Ionizers

Overhead Ionizing Blowers cover assembly or manufacturing lines to keep your products safe and intact.

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Simco-ION Ionizing Gun

Ionizing Guns

Ionizing guns provide precise operator control and are designed for to be ergonomic, lightweight and comfortable.

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Simco-ION Ionizer Controllers

Controllers & Power Cords

Simco-ION controllers are used for powering and monitoring multiple ionizing bar models and sensors.

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Simco-ION Ionizer Filters

Filters

Replacement ionizer filters ensure that your ionized air remains clean and free of contaminates.

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Ionization Applications

Every application has specific static control or particle contamination control requirements, which is why Simco-ION offers static control and ionization solutions for various manufacturing processes and environments aimed at increasing productivity and quality. Select your application below to find out how Simco-ION can help you improve your process.

PCB & Electronics Assembly

PCB & Electronics Assembly

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Flat Panel Display Manufacturing

Flat Panel Display Manufacturing

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Medical Device Manufacturing

Medical Device Manufacturing

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Front-End Semiconductor Manufacturing

Front-End Semiconductor

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Back-End Semiconductor Processing

Back-End Semiconductor

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How Ionization Supports ISO S20.20 ESD Compliance

Air ionization neutralizes static charge on insulated and isolated objects by producing a balanced source of positively and negatively charged ions. Whatever static charge is present on objects in the work environment will be reduced and neutralized by attracting opposite polarity charges from the air. Because it uses only the air that is already present in the work environment, air ionization may be employed even in cleanrooms where chemical sprays and some static dissipative materials are not usable.

Necessary non-conductors (i.e. process-required insulators) in the environment cannot lose their electrostatic charge by attachment to the ground. Ionization systems provide neutralization of charge on these necessary non-conductive items (circuit board materials and some device package are examples of necessary non-conductive items (circuit board materials and some device package are an example of necessary non-conductors). Assessment of the ESD hazard created by electrostatic charge on the necessary non-conductors in the workplace is required to ensure that appropriate actions are implemented, commensurate with risk to ESDS items. Learn More.