A new charging bar for web pinning and temporary bonding uses long-lasting tungsten electrodes in a unique configuration that reportedly achieves 20% higher charging currents than standard bars.

A new charging bar for web pinning and temporary bonding uses long-lasting tungsten electrodes in a unique configuration that reportedly achieves 20% higher charging currents than standard bars. The 7430 Charging Bar from MKS, Ion Industrial, Windsor Locks, Conn., features special electrode resistors that help prevent high-voltage arcs. Mounting holes on a structural rib along the back of the bar eliminate the need for separate mounting brackets and allow for easy retrofitting of existing machines. The unit is also available with cost-effective stainless-steel electrodes.

Ion Industrial
1000 Old Country Cir Unit 116 Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Phone (860) 292-6847 Fax (860) 292-6807