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Solutions for Particle adhesion to objects

First, let’s summarize the clinging of dust to objects.

[Surface and particle are both electrically charged][Forces that act on the particle: The Coulomb force is greater than gravity at a range of up to 200 mm 7.87".][Surface is not electrically charged, only the particle is electrically charged][Forces that act on the particle: The Coulomb force is greater than gravity only in the vicinity of the surface.]

If the object is large and is electrically charged, it will attract dust at a distance of up to approximately 200 mm 7.87". It is clear that eliminating the static electricity from the object’s surface or from all dust that comes within approximately 200 mm 7.87" of the object’s surface is effective. If the object is not electrically charged, it will attract dust at a distance of up to a few millimeters. It is clear that eliminating the static electricity from the object’s surface is effective. Thinking of this in a simpler manner, it is clear that all that needs to be done is eliminate the static electricity from the object’s surface and from the air up to a few millimeters from the object’s surface.
This is easy to do using a static eliminator.

What is Static Electricity?
The Basics of Static Elimination Measures
Contamination Control
Electrostatic Breakdown
What is a Static Eliminator?
Glossary

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