Special Application(s) Ionizers

Special Application(s) Ionizers
Specialised ionizers have been developed for specific applications to deliver effective ionization in tools and equipment.
  • th_4630

    Model 4630

    Quad Bar Ionizer


    • Quadropole configuration with IsoStat® technology
    • Compact size
    • 24 VAC or 24 VDC operation
    • Available with single crystal silicon emitter points
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    Model fusION Ionizing Bar (with or w/o fan)


    • Compact design
    • Easy to Install and Operate
    • Auto Balancing (DOCC) Technology
    • Remote Monitoring capability
    • Optional Fan
    • Cleanroom ISO Class 3 Compatible, SiC Emitter points
  • th_4210

    Model 4210

    In Line Gas Ionizer


    • Directly connects to delivery manifolds
    • Ionizes either Clean Dry Air or Nitrogen (u/un models)
    • IsoStat® technology
    • Steady-state DC ion emission
  • ionONE-Micro-SSA

    Model ionONE Spot Ionizers

    Micro S/SA


    • Compact design
    • Self-balancing technology
    • Easy Maintenance
    • Power Indicator status LED
    • Air assist version for precise ionized air delivery
  • th_4635

    Model 4635 (with centre orifice/air-line location options)

    Quad Bar Ionizer with air assist


    • Patented air assist cartridge design with cross-channel air delivery; two cartridge design options
    • Rotatable cartridge design
    • Quadropole configuration with IsoStat® technology
    • Compact size
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    Model 4610TF

    High Temperature Ionization System


    • Withstands temperatures up to 302°F (150°C) and down to -94°F (-70°C)
    • Patented IsoStat® technology
    • Small form factor with large ion output
    • Available with tungsten alloy or single crystal silicon emitter points
  • th_4214

    Model 4214

    In Line Nitrogen Ionizer (In Tool Application)


    • Extended ISO Class 1 cleanliness
    • Alarms indicating low ions (maintenance required), high voltage power supply failure, and low gas flow
    • Standby mode
    • Self-balanced ionization