Automotive & Appliance
Simco-Ion's custom designed systems for automotive and appliance applications remove dust from auto bodies, automotive components and large appliances prior to painting. These systems can also dry parts prior to painting.
Simco-Ion takes a customized and comprehensive approach to total cleanroom ionization. Proper grounding procedures can efficiently neutralize charges on conductors, but only ionization can eliminate harmful charges on isolated conductors and insulative materials such as plastics.
Simco-Ion's products provide solutions in critical converting processes that can be affected by static including bagmaking, sheeting and slitting, laminating and coating, gravure printing, rewinding, trim collection, web cleaning and roll-to-roll changeover.
The plain brown box isn't what it used to be! Boxes today are not only expected to protect the product inside, but to advertise it as well with complex, often high graphic content print. High quality printing on corrugated material is extremely difficult, because of the surface contaminants that are always present in corrugating facilities.
Data Storage Manufacturing
Sensitive magnetoresistive (MR) heads are easily damaged or destroyed by ESD events. Simco-Ion's overhead and benchtop ionizers quickly neutralize harmful electrostatic charges with stable balance performance and protect critical disk drive assembly and production processes.
Electronic products require protection from the destructive effects of electrostatic discharge (ESD), which can seriously damage sensitive electronic components and assemblies. Simco-Ion's extensive line of Aerostat ionizers protect production processes such as PCB manufacturing and assembly, surface mount technology, device programming, medical device manufacturing, and testing.
Flat Panel Display
Stringent contamination control standards for flat panel display manufacturing often require the use of mini-environments and complete room ionization systems to isolate sensitive products from ambient particle contamination during fabrication.
Medical Device Manufacturing
Leading developers of medical device technology strive to enhance and improve the human condition. In this effort the industry understands the significance of product attributes including high reliability and conformance to demands of regulatory and approvals agencies on a worldwide basis. Uncontrolled electrostatic charge in the production of medical electronic devices puts these products at risk of premature field failure. In addition, electronic components are becoming increasingly sensitive.
Medical device processes that demand cleanliness are dramatically affected by static charge buildup. Simco-Ion products provide the solution for many applications including injection molding, flexible packaging, bagmaking, parts assembly and thermoformed packaging.
Static charges can cause issues in many areas of packaging processes. Simco-Ion provides static problems solutions in a variety of applications including package printing, bottling, labeling, thermoforming, overwrapping, trim collection, and form, fill and seal operations.
In critical, demanding professional analytic applications of lightweight and small materials such as powders and weigh samples, electrostatic charge complicates material handling and sample analysis. In order to improve accuracy, resolution and repeatability control of electrostatic charge is essential.
Simco-Ion offers several products well suited to the demands of analytic environments. These products enhance the process by eliminating the annoyance of material handling while improving acc
Today's print customers demand high quality printed material at competitive prices. Simco-Ion's static control products, cleaning systems and static bonding equipment guarantees that your customers will get higher quality printed materials. At the same time your production cost are lowered and throughput increased.
Simco-Ion solves problems for a variety of plastics applications including film extrusion, injection molding, thermoforming, trim collection coating, laminating, chill roller pinning, blow molding and in-mold labeling.
Static charges are found in many phases of semiconductor manufacturing -- wafer production, fabrication, packaging, and testing. Controlling static charges is vital because ESD has a significant impact on device yields. Defects caused by electrostatically-attracted foreign matter and ESD events can contribute to manufacturing yield losses. Lock-up of process equipment can result in wafer damage and lost production.
Textiles & Non-Wovens
Our static control products for textile applications allow threads to run smoothly through creels and warpers run at optimum speeds. For non-wovens, trim collection systems run without interruption due to the neutralization of static charges prior to entering the cyclone.