Hatfield, PA: (March 2014) - Simco-Ion introduces the all new Pinner-LP bar, which is part of their Chargemaster Electrostatic Generating System. With its low profile design, the Pinner--LP is the smallest in the series making it easier to fit in tight spaces. The 30kV bar is engineered to provide powerful pinning performance for multiple applications, especially in roll-to-roll changeover. A large variety of lengths are available, including new longer lengths up to 147".
Skillfully designed advancements make the Pinner-LP a safe and durable bar for rugged Industrial use. The bar will regulate the amount of electrical current drawn from the power supply preventing hard arcs from occurring. Damage to materials and equipment interference is eliminated delivering a more uniform performance. The Pinner-LP is equipped with Simco-Ion's exclusive emitter pins for greater longevity, and the flexible, roboust cable adds to the safety of this bar.
The Pinner-LP is compatible with both Simco-Ion's Chargemaster VCM, as well as the MCM 30 charging generators. These units both offer remote operation capability and are programmable for either voltage or current control mode. With its low profile design, Simco-Ion's Pinner-LP makes it possible for you to get the charge where you need it. Don;t be fooled by its size though, you can rely on the Pinner-LP for your pinning needs.
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Simco-Ion is the worldwide leader in static control technology, offering custom solutions for a wide range of industrial applications. With a focus on continuous improvement, Simco-Ion is dedicated to developing advanced products designed to improve productivity through enhanced system performance and operation. Worldwide sales support provides unsurpassed customer service and application analysis that continues to drive product excellence. Simco-Ion is part of Illinois Tool Works Company, a diversified manufacturer of highly engineered components, industrial systems and consumables with annual revenues of $14.4 billion. The Company consists of approximately 800 business units in 57 countries and employs some 59,000 people.