I. Harm of static electricity Although electrostatic discharge will not cause long-term harm to the human body, it is unbearable to suffer tens of thousands of volts of electric shock every day in the textile mill. Personal discomfort caused by an electric shock colliding with a machine, wall, or other object is a typical and direct injury from electrostatic discharge. In addition, there is a decrease in the production efficiency of workers and machines caused by machine blockage or damage to electronic components; due to the adsorption of lint and tangles of fabrics, the quality of products caused by workers' last contact with fabrics must be reduced.
Second, the electrostatic discharge of textiles The textile industry has taken a variety of positive measures to solve the static problem of factories, especially chemical fibers, which can quickly transfer electrons to another material to generate charges. The most suitable conditions for triboelectric charging are high-speed and high-temperature drying.
Third, static control methods Commonly used static control equipment rod static eliminators. The positive and negative ions generated by it help to dissipate the static charge on the processing material. The electrostatic rod can generate a large amount of air current with positive and negative charges, which is blown out by the compressed air at high speed, which can neutralize the charges on the object. When the charge on the surface of the object is negative, it will attract the positive charge in the airflow. When the charge on the surface of the object is positive, it will attract the negative charge in the airflow, so that the static electricity on the surface of the object is neutralized. To achieve the purpose of eliminating static electricity.