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 What is TRINC's Phased Array Ionizer?

 TRINC has focused attention on the fundamental question of "Why dust adheres to work piece"
 and analyzed its adherence mechanism. As a result we found out that it was an electrically
 charged dust (activated dust) that adhered to the work. In other words, the dust adherence
 could be avoided by eliminating static charges on the dust floating in the space.
 From this, the TRINC's idea "Room-less Clean Room = Wall-less Clean Room" was borne.
 It embodied an environment where dust was all inactivated not to adhere to anything.
 A concept of TRINC's Phased Array Ionizer was borne.

Overwhelming antistatic power of TRINC's Phased Array Ionizer
The TRINC's unique "Room-less Clean Room" eliminates static electricity from the dust
floating in the room space and makes it inactivate.
The dust loses power to adhere to work piece.

Without TRINC's Phased Array Ionizer With TRINC's Phased Array Ionizer
An experimental image of Styrofoam particles
dropped on a resin plate at a very close distance.
When the TRINC's Phased Array Ionizer is not used,
the adsorption and repulsion are repeated since
both the resin plate and the particles are remain
charged. As a result, the adhesion to the resin plate
is awful.
An experiment in use of TRINC's Phased Array
Ionizer. Despite the pseudo dust is dropped close to
the resin plate, no dust adheres to it. This is
because the Phased Array Ionizer neutralizes the
dust in the surrounding space completely. In this
case, the dust just falls gently.

 The optimum solution for dust removal process

Even if the dust attached to the work piece is blown by an air gun, the electrostatically charged dust flies up, and goes around to the back and attaches to the work piece again. This "go-around problem" is basically impossible to solve, but it can be solved only by inactivating static of the dust.

 The conventional bar type ionizer allows the dust to accumulate
 on the work !?

The conventional bar type static eliminator is usually installed directly above the work piece. In this case, a high-voltage section of the static eliminator attracts surrounding particles. Finally, these accumulated dust flakes off and drops on the work piece to cause serious defects. On the other hand, this terrible situation is avoidable by use of the TRINC's Phased Array Ionizer. Since it fills the wide space with ions, there is no need to be installed directly above the work piece. In addition, the Phased Array Ionizer does not use fan or air blow, so it does not disturb the laminar air flow in the clean bench or clean room. Consequently, it can make the ideal environment for reducing dust-related defects without scattering dust on the work piece.

 Free layout using Link Port makes it possible to eliminate static
 in every corner of space

TRINC's Phased Array Ionizer makes it possible to expand effectively the space in which static elimination is made by synchronizing polarities of the ions emitted from neighboring bars. With these positive and negative ions emitted from neighboring bars synchronized properly, the powerful ionization is made in every corner of expanded space by adding a pair of Phased Array Ionizer lengthwise and sidewise. This improved ion engine type ionizing system with the use of the Coulomb’s force makes the static elimination applicable even to the room in deformed shape.

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