Ionizers are devices that use negative ions to remove small particles from the air. This process can help reduce odors and make the air appear fresher. Ion generators work by charging particles in a room so that they are attracted to walls, floors, tables, curtains, occupants, and other surfaces. Abrasion can cause these particles to resuspend in the air.
In some cases, these devices contain a collector to draw charged particles back to the unit. Although some have suggested that ionizers provide a benefit by rectifying a hypothetical ion imbalance, no controlled study has confirmed this effect. Ionizers are also referred to as “ionizing air purifiers”, “air ionizers”, “ion generators” and “ionic air purifiers”. In addition, there are air purifiers called “electrostatic air purifiers” or “electrostatic precipitators”, which work in a similar way to ionizers. For simplicity, we will refer to all of these types of ionizing air purifiers as “ionizers”.
Ionizers fire negative ions that cause particles to stick to surfaces. They are not good purifiers because they produce harmful ozone and PM2.5 (cause particles to adhere to, rather than remove, surfaces in your home).Production Automation offers a wide variety of Simco air ionizers, including room systems, benchtop and top blowers, point-of-use blowers, air guns, nozzles and specialty ionizers for nitrogen, CDA, high temperature, and tight limit applications. So what are the benefits of using an ionizer? The main benefit is that it can help reduce odors and make the air appear fresher. It can also help reduce airborne allergens such as dust mites and pet dander. Additionally, it can help reduce static electricity in the air which can be beneficial for electronics. Ionizers can also be used in industrial settings to help reduce dust and other airborne particles.
This can help improve worker safety and reduce the risk of respiratory illnesses. Overall, ionizers can be a great way to improve the quality of the air in your home or workplace. They are relatively inexpensive and easy to use. However, it is important to remember that they do not actually remove particles from the air but rather just cause them to stick to surfaces.