Simco-Ion Industrial Static Control

Contact Information

Please visit: Simco-Ion Industrial Static Control

Illinois Tool Works

Mailing Address:
2257 N Penn Rd.
Hatfield, PA 19440 US

Phone: 215-822-6401
Toll-Free: 800-203-3419
Fax: 215-822-3795

A Special Message from Simco-Ion Industrial Static Control


Simco-Ion headquarters in Hatfield, Pennsylvania

Reduce contamination, increase yields and keep your customers happy with custom static control solutions only from Simco-Ion and Teknek.

Since 1936, Simco-Ion has creatively solved electrostatic problems in the plastics industry. We are committed to being the leader in innovative technology . . . product reliability . . . on site application support and unsurpassed in service both before and after the sale. Static neutralizers, electrostatic charging products, Teknek contact cleaning machines, and vacuum web cleaning systems from Simco-Ion provide solutions to a variety of applications including: - Injection molding - Cleaning Thermoformed Trays & Plastic Parts - Chill Roll Pinning on Cast Film Line - Pneumatic Conveying Static Removal - In Mold Labeling - Roll-to-Roll Changeover - Interleaving - Static Charges on a Web - Removing Static from a Roller - Bagmaking - Bottle Cleaning Static control problems can affect product quality, productivity and cost. FREE of charge and either at your location or by phone, Simco-Ion can analyze your problem and provide a solution. Just give us a call!

Company Profile


Simco-Ion, the world's largest manufacturer of static control products, has been providing solutions to electrostatic problems in a wide range of industries since 1936. Our ISO 9001 certification signifies our commitment to quality products and service excellence. Our goal is to help you reduce costs, improve operations, and increase quality. We approach each situation with a sincere attempt to understand unique customer needs and develop innovative solutions. This approach has been extremely successful in the past and has earned us the business of customers worldwide in the plastics industry. When you look to Simco-Ion for a solution, you can depend upon: Technical and applications expertise available by phone or at your facility 24-hour shipping of stock products Worldwide support, with factories in the U.S., Holland, and Japan Continued commitment to new product development For over 70 years, we've built our reputation on being able to service the needs of our customers. As the worldwide leader in static control, we welcome the opportunity to serve you.

Product Categories of Simco-Ion Industrial Static Control

  • Air Knife Equipment
  • Bag-making Machinery
  • Clean Rooms and Components
  • Cleaning Systems for Plastics Parts
  • Dust Removal Equipment
  • Electrostatic Charging Equipment
  • Labeling Equipment--In-Mold
  • Labeling Equipment--Out-of-Mold
  • Mold Components
  • Other Testing/Analysis Equipment
  • Static-eliminating Equipment
  • Web Cleaning Equipment

Trade Names of Simco-Ion Industrial Static Control

  • Teknek Americas

Deep Links

Product Announcements Provided By Simco-Ion Industrial Static Control

As seen in PT

  • Static Charging Bar and Charging Generator Combine

    Space-saving solution for many applications, including in-mold labeling.

  • Simco Changes Name After 75 Years

    Simco-Ion, an ITW Company, is the new name of static-control equipment provider Simco Industrial, Hatfield, Pa.

  • NPE 2009 News Flash

    Injection MoldingHybrid Press Has Electric ClampNew injection presses that combine servo-electric and hydraulic movements to achieve high performance with energy efficiency will be discussed by Arburg Inc., Newington, Conn.

  • Novel Electrostatic Charging Monitor

    WEB EXCLUSIVE Using patent-pending technology, a new monitor reportedly provides a visual display of operating conditions of an ionizer.

  • Take Total Control of Web Static

    WEB EXCLUSIVE A novel static-control system that features a newly designed narrow-web profile static bar and microprocessor-controlled and monitored power supply is said to put users in “total control” of static electricity.

  • Avoid static shocks to workers and charges that attract dirt onto parts with a new static-control system that can be installed on a machine in the mold ejection area or over partscollection and delivery tubs.

  • Rigid Packaging Goes Lighter, Thinner With Microcellular Foam

    Molding higher volumes of a rigid thin-wall part typically means going to a larger press for increased injection and clamping capacity.

  • Learning to Master In-Mold Labeling

    As in-mold labeling, or IML, attracts a growing following among U.S. molders, some are finding that mastering a complex new technology is no small task.

  • What to See at NPE 2006: Injection Molding

    Energy-saving all-electric machines will continue to be a big draw at NPE, where new designs or upgraded models will be found in virtually every press maker’s booth.

  • The NEW TrueAC (patent pending) is the only self-monitoring AC power supply available for static control equipment.

  • The use of IML (In-Mold Labeling) in the injection molding process provides significant advantages for the manufacturer or marketer of the product as well as the end user.

  • The FMX-003 fieldmeter is a compact electrostatic fieldmeter used for locating and measuring static charges.

  • The NEW PerforMAX 3 is the most advanced static control system available for monitoring static neutralizing performance.

  • Hatfield, Pennsylvania - SIMCO Industrial Static Control’s Conveyostat Static Neutralizers are designed to improve operations by preventing jams, plugs, nesting of materials, de-mixing and other problems resulting from static charge buildup in conveying systems.Equipped with static neutralizing bars, Conveyostat units neutralize the static charge buildup on conveyed material, cyclones and containers so that plant/equipment operations can be maintained without costly interruptions.

  • In-Mold Labeling Catching on in North America

    Already a familiar sight on European store shelves, the eye-catching appeal of "IML" is gaining traction among North American injection molders. The latest tooling and automation designs can handle the higher volumes needed here.

  • In-Mold Labeling: Electrostatics Are the Way to Go

    Applying a static charge to hold the label in the injection mold eliminates the need for vacuum ports that addsignificantly to the cost of making and maintaining the tool.

Copyright © Gardner Business Media, Inc. 2014 All rights reserved.