Ionizing nozzle provides pinpoint ionization with hands-free foot peddle operation.
The IN4000 flexible nozzle neck frees the operator’s hands during assembly and manufacturing processes. A foot pedal controls both ionization and airflow, which reduces compressed air costs and extends the life of the ionizer. The model IN4000 ionizing air nozzle produces a 68KHz AC output of approximately 2200V and a continuous stream of balanced air ions.
Ptec™ ionizers save time and money because they require no calibration. Emitter life is increased and maintenance frequency is reduced, due to 68KHz AC ion emission.
The IN4000 features the inherently stable output of all Ptec™ Ionizers and high-frequency AC (68KHz) ion emission. The flexible metal neck, with multiple nozzle options allows for easy operation and service of emitters. A foot switch and .01 micron filter combine to deliver clean air at the correct pressure when needed.
The IN4000 is designed to neutralize electrostatic charges in bench top environments, sensitive materials assembly, Medical Device, SMT, Electronics Assembly, Automotive packaging, clean room and laboratory environments.
FL0020 Hollow Fiber Micro Filter
The FL0020 micro filter features a hollow fiber membrane that provides excellent filtration and has a long service life. The compact design is easy to install and comes with quick release connections for fast replacement. All materials used are compatible for the most stringent applications. Learn more about the FL0020 here.
Output Nozzle Tips
Change the airflow from the IN4000 nozzle to can handle unique and difficult point-of-use ionization applications with interchangeable nozzle tips. Wide angle, long range, bendable, luer lock or manifold tips may be substituted depending on the application. Learn more about the Output Nozzle Tips here.
Verification and Calibration:
The IN4000 ionizer comes factory calibrated and with a calibration certificate. Ionizer performance can be tested and verified with a charge plate monitor. Important tests to perform are positive and negative decay times and ion balance. It is recommended to test ionizer performance at least 1 per year.