60351-NOZZLE/GUN ATTACHMENT, ESD SAFE

60351-NOZZLE/GUN ATTACHMENT, ESD SAFE              

60351 - ESD Safe Ion Python Nozzle and Hose Attachment

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Stock Location: CHINO, CA

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  • Rugged construction
    Long life
  • Balance adjustable ±20 voltage offset
    Flexibility in uses
  • Replaceable air filter
    Keeps air free of contaminants
  • Stainless steel case
    Corrosion resistant
  • Detachable 7' hose
    Facilitates servicing
  • Adjustable 5 to 100 PSI air pressure
    Adjustable to meet requirements of the application
  • Optional ESD safe hose
    Minimizes tribocharging on the workbench
  • < 1 sec discharge time at 6"
  • Made in the United States of America
    This item is made and stocked in Chino, CA

The Ion Python is a point-of-use ionizer using compressed air or nitrogen to neutralize electrostatic charges from a small, defined area and/or to facilitate removal of charged particles. These ready-to-use units are designed for use in applications and areas where ElectroStatic Attraction contamination create manufacturing or handling problems (Ref: ESD Handbook TR 20.20 paragraph 5.3.6.5.2.4 Point of Use Ionization). The Ion Python meets or exceeds the recommended technical requirements of ANSI/ESD S20.20 tested in accordance with ANSI/ESD S3.1.

NOTE: Air nozzles are recommended for intermittent applications. They require filtered, dry, non-combustible gases, such as compressed shop air or nitrogen. If using nitrogen, contact the factory for modifications and adjustments needed.

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