Portable electrostatic discharges are used for cleaning, deodorizing and cooling purposes. They are usually attached to furnaces or pumps that draw indoor air into a room to be cooled and heated. The indoor air is then blown by an electric fan into the rest of the house through the vents or filters. The indoor air is then forced by the fan into outlets where it can be radiated out into different rooms. The cooling and heating process used to dehumidify the indoor air then causes the warm air from the furnaces or air conditioners to become damp and form a vapor for easy removal.
The portable electrostatic sprayer works by using a chemical reaction between a charged particle and a neutralized one, creating a chemical reaction. The charged particles and the neutralizer must be made of the same electrically positive and negatively charged particles. Electrostatic charge is created by an electric arc, which is created by passing an electrical current through a tube with a small opening. The sprayed liquid is then released into the air by gravity. It is important that the sprayed liquid has a very high electrical conductivity so as not to destroy the carpet or rug and to ensure quick evaporation of any liquid that may form.
The two types of a portable electrostatic sprayer are the hydrophobic and the non-hydrophobic. A non-hydrophobic is characterized by having a low water solute concentration and is commonly used in areas such as warehouses and manufacturing plants. A hydrophobic portable spraying device must have a higher water solute concentration to prevent damage to carpets and rugs. Both of these types of devices must be properly maintained and serviced in order for them to operate at full potential. Typically, they will come equipped with detailed instructions on how to do so.
Another important consideration when choosing a portable electrostatic sprayer is the type of nozzle. There are two different categories of nozzles that are available. The first is a straight nozzle and the second is an elliptical nozzle. In some cases, both of these types of nozzles are used at the same time, although they will operate differently. A straight nozzle sprays the liquid from a single stream into the immediate area that is being sprayed, whereas an elliptical nozzle requires the use of both straight and circular motion in spraying the liquid.
The next feature to consider when purchasing a portable electrostatic sprayer is its tank capacity. The tank capacity will determine the amount of spray that can be delivered to the area being sprayed. The higher the tank capacity, the more powerful the jet or stream of chemicals will be. In some cases, there may not be enough room for spraying large areas, but smaller areas such as individual cars or individual plants can be easily contained using a smaller capacity sprayer. If there is not enough room for a larger tank capacity, it may be necessary to reduce the size of the nozzle that is connected to the sprayer in order to maintain the appropriate spray volume.
The final feature to consider when purchasing a portable electrostatic sprayer is whether it uses a high voltage electrode or not. Electrodes will either come attached to the unit or stand mounted. When mounted, they must be protected from the elements and placed so that they are not constantly in contact with high voltage. When the electrode is placed away from the nozzle, it will require a lower level of protection. Many units will be able to withstand even relatively low voltage, but a separate outlet will be required in order for them to function properly when high voltage is present.
The ability to use a high voltage source when spraying will depend upon the configuration of the electrostatic sprayer itself. When selecting a configuration, it is important to ensure that it will work for the type of application that it is intended for. For example, a spark plug mounted electrostatic sprayer will only function properly if there is a high voltage source nearby. In order to make sure that your configuration will work correctly, it is recommended that you consult a professional that specializes in electrostatic applications. This person will be able to provide you with information regarding which configurations are best for your particular application.
A final consideration when purchasing an electrostatic sprayer is to determine whether it will be operated with an air compressor or with a small gas powered machine. Air compressors are capable of pumping large volumes of air at a time. In some cases, they can be used with the push of a button to spray large areas quickly. While this capability does allow for large coverage areas, it also requires that you have a large amount of space available for deployment. Smaller machines that utilize compressed air to propel spray droplets to their target surfaces are much more convenient because they do not require a lot of space. These types of machines are often powered by a small internal engine or gas engine and can be folded for easy storage and transportation.