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In the laboratory the Milty Zerostat keeps film glass
plastic ware and lenses dust and lint free. It also prevents charged
particles from flying during weighting or transfer of particles. And
the Zerostat gun finds wide use among those who possess and maintain
phonograph record collections.
Each Zerostat unit is shipped
with complete instructions and information about a special 'Test
Procedure' to validate that the unit is working properly. Each Zerostat
unit has a 'two cycle' type of operation, when the trigger is
squeezed, positive ions are generated and when the trigger is relaxed,
negative ions flow. This means that it is possible to induce a charge
on a neutral surface using the Zerostat. If the trigger is squeezed and
the Zerostat is then removed from the surface (before allowing the
trigger to return to its original position) a positive charge will be
induced. Similarly, pointing the Zerostat at the surface only for the
release of the trigger will induce a negative charge.
squeeze of the trigger results in a discharge, when stated in units of
charge, is 1.5 Coulombs. One can reasonably expect on the order of
10,000 such 'squeeze cycles' during the lifetime of the Zerostat. The
Zerostat needs no batteries or electrical supply nor does it contain
any radioactive components.
The Zerostat is lightweight highly portable and easy to control and handle.
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