A big thanks goes out to everyone who visited the the EPA and the Transforming Technologies booth at the Wisconsin/Great Lakes Expo & Tech Forum in Milwaukee. It was a fantastic opportunity to talk about our static control products to some interesting companies in the Illinois/Wisconsin area.
In case you missed us or wanted more information, here is a highlight of the products at our booth:
The Transforming Technologies HG1360 Heel Grounder is constructed from durable materials and features a black stretch loop closure to maximize fit and comfort. A buried 1 meg ohm resistor is standard. HG1360 heel grounders are worn on both feet to provide consistent grounding while in motion.
HG1360 heel grounders connect the person wearing them to ground via a proper floor mat or flooring material. Wearing the conductive ribbon inside the shoe or sock assures proper electrical contact with the user. The ribbon connects to the conductive rubber to complete the circuit between the operator and the static controlled floor or mat.
The CM2815 dual conductor workstation monitor provides complete ESD protection to two operators by monitoring both resistance and voltage independently using dual conductor wrist strap. It also monitors ESD mat ground and low resistance of tool chassis’ ground simultaneously.
CYCLOPS™ operator presence sensors assure compliance with personnel grounding requirements and protect ESD safe workstations by sensing when an operator is within the protected work area and alarming if the operator is not grounded.
Transforming Technologies’ IN6430 ionizing air gun is an effective static eliminating device that integrates best-in-class AC performance, mechanical and ergonomic design features into a superior and affordable package.
The IN6430 uses Ptec™, a specialized piezoceramic technology, to create a high frequency AC ionizing output with exceptional balance and decay performance. We eliminate high voltage cables by locating the power supply in the ionizing gun handle. Our OSHA compliant emitter nozzle protects both the operator and ionizer. Emitter contamination and wear are virtually non-existent with AC ionizing guns.