PR-IONSPOT Anti Stat Gun

$ 1,614.60

Benefits:

  • Eliminate static and dust in seconds 
  • Drastically reduces contamination 
  • Greatly reduces dry edges 
  • Improves paint adhesion
  • Reduces prep time before paint
  •  Improve metallic control for better color blending 
  • Reduce additional chemicals and cleaner use 
  • Over 30 minutes of working time with the Ion Spot

HOW THE ION SPOT ANTI-STAT GUN WORKS

The positive and negative ions that the Ion Spot produces have a half-life period of less than a second. The ions remain in the air and in the spray booth for just long enough to neutralize the static on the workpiece, after which they lose their energy, dissipate into the atmosphere and cease to exist.
There are several different types of ionization or methods of how ions are produced.
The Plasma Discharge Ionization used in the Ion Spot must not be confused with other ionization methods such as chemical ionization, electrochemical (corona discharge) ionization, thermal ionization, or the various forms of radioactive ionization in which radioactive decay ionizes alpha, beta, gamma or X particles.
How the Ion Spot Anti-Stat Gun works

Note: The Ion Spot works best at 72 psi, though has a working range of 40 psi to 72 psi. The unit will notify the user with a flashing red light if the pressure is too high or too low.
The Ion Spot is a tool designed for the painter who wants to eliminate static electricity from any material that is being readied for painting.
The tool works on compressed air only, has no electrical input, no batteries, and no charging devices.
It can be used on all surfaces where electrostatic discharge is a problem - plastic, aluminum, or steel!
The Ion Spot will remove static electricity from the workpiece for up to 40 minutes, though ideally, painting should be done within 15 minutes of application.
Removing the static electrical charge from the workpiece keeps dust and other particles from collecting on the ‘to be painted’ surface and provides a cleaner and smoother finished painted surface.