Quick Static Charge Removal for Easier Sample Handling and Weighing

Stablo AP Ionizer on Stand


The STABLO AP is an efficient solution for removing static electricity, making powders and objects easier to handle and weigh. The STABLO AP uses an AC corona discharge method, producing excellent ion polarity balance, which eliminates inverse charging and removes static over a wide angle.

The STABLO AP is used on a stand or held by hand.


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Quick Static Removal for Improved Handling and Weighing

The STABLO AP removes static quickly, around 1 second from ±100 to 1,000 V, using a high-frequency AC corona discharge method. The removal of static electricity remarkably improves the handling of objects and powders, especially when performing precision weighing of powders.

Static Removal Time Graph


Ion Balance for Excellent Wide Angle Static Removal

The AC method of the STABLO AP produces a good balance of positive and negative ions for excellent static removal. If ion balance is poor, static electricity is not removed, or worse, inverse charging may result. In addition, the AC method’s good ion balance creates a larger effective static removal angle, when compared with DC methods.

Wide Angle Static Removal Diagram


Incorporation into AP-W and AP-X Model Balances

The STABLO AP can be integrated into AP-W and AP-X model balances above the weighing pan. Operation via the balance’s keyboard means static electricity can be eliminated in-situ for stable weight measurement.

AP-W AP-X model balance side view


Ion generation method AC corona discharge method
Ion balance ±10 V
Effective static removal range Approx. 400 mm from the outlet
Static elimination time Approx. 1 sec
(from ±100 to 1,000 V)
Ozone concentration 0.06 ppm
Electrode probes Tungsten
(durability 30,000 hours)
Weight Approx. 710 g
(main unit: 395 g; stand 315 g)
Operating temperature and humidity1 0 to 40⁰C; 25 to 85% RH
Power supply DC 24 V, 1.0 A

1) Non-condensing.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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