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"How to reduce static cling"



2005

I know this is not about metal finishing but I thought it would not hurt to ask. I work in a Pultruded Fiberglass shop and we are working on coating our parts with an ABS coating the one of the problems we have is a static dust build up on the parts after they are cut to length. We have tried blowing the parts off with an air ionizer with very little luck we just can not get rid of the static charge in the part, any help or ideas would be helpful I know there is something out there but don't know where to turn thanks.

Scott Anderson
Fiberglass - Kent, Ohio
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2005

What if you dusted the parts with graphite .
good luck GOD bless

Cair Shishani
Khair Shishani
aircraft maintenance - Al Ain, UAE
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