Static electricity generated during friction, cutting, separation and other common processes can pose risk for the production quality and health of employees. But it can also be used to address a variety of technological needs.

Static electricity attracts dust to objects. Discharges are harmful to the operator and sensitive electronic components. Strong discharges are able to cause a fire. The reasons for protecting operation from static electricity are really compelling.


Our specialists have extensive experience in removing electrostatic charge. With support in a broad product base, in-house development and small series production, we can handle almost any task, and in accordance with the economic needs of your operation. We will propose solutions and possible alternatives and explain the implementation process in detail.


Our products are used/find application mainly in the following fields:

Textile industry

Manufacturing industry

Woodworking industry

Production and processing of plastics


Electrotechnical industry


Nano technology

Surface finishes

Packing and packaging machines

Static charge removal

The electrostatic charge is removed by a stream of positively and negatively charged ions in an optional combination with an air stream.

We supply discharge ionization rods and ionizers without blowers in standard and high-performance versions, or with integrated high-voltage source and 24 V DC supply, or as simple ionization pins. This equipment is able to handle most of the needs of industrial production and handling.

All ionization rods and ionizers can be combined with blowing by adding air knives, nozzles or fans. The air flow will allow the transfer of ions over longer distances or to less accessible places and cover larger areas. Strong blowing can also be used to remove dirt from the surface of components.

More information about effective blowing.
The formation of electrostatic charge can also be prevented by humidifying the environment.

Charge utilization

Static electricity does not only have to be a bad master, but also a good servant. The adhesive effects of the charge can be effectively used to temporarily connect materials and components. An example can be attachment of labels to the wall of a casting mold. Charging rods and electrodes can solve a number of other problems that cannot be solved in any other way.

Installation and service

We implement all technology directly into your operation. We test it’s functionality, provide flexible and professional warranty and post-warranty service. Ongoing maintenance of technology is very simple and you can easily arrange it yourself.

Why a „spark could jump between us“

  • We have successfully resolved many of the assignments that our competitors have rejected due to complexity.
  • We can present non-standard solutions. That is why you can find our products, for example, in the operations of the global automotive lighting manufacturer Varroc Lighting Systems.
  • We offer solutions in a broader technical and economic context.
  • We can reduce operating costs of our clients, return on investment is very fast.
  • Our service is comprehensive, it relieves you from most worries and responsibilities.

What you can get from antistatic measures?

  • Increasing work safety
  • Stabilization of production quality
  • Increased operational reliability
  • Return on investment in a matter of months


  • Professional competence
  • Honesty and openness
  • Comprehensive approach
  • Demonstrable benefits

The course of the contract

  • Consultation
  • Proposal
  • Production
  • Installation
  • Training
  • Support and service


Examples from practice

Our devices work in at least fifty major companies.
Many of them are suppliers to the automotive industry.


Elimination of problems of accumulation of static charge of rubber products at the outlet of the injection molding machine


Blowing/blower with ionized air to remove dust particles and static charge

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