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Model 5810i

 Critical Environment Overhead Ionizing Air Blower

 Cleanroom Class 4 Ionizer       

  

 

Multi-fan Daisy-chainable Ionizing Blower

Simco-Ion's Model 5810i Blower is designed to provide industry-leading balanced ionization performance in cleanroom environments. The Model 5810i is certified for use in ISO Class 4 cleanrooms (Fed. Std. 209(e) Class 10). The ionizer can operate with external sensors to maintain precise balance (better than ±1V) by altering ion output and adapting to environment changes. With the reliability of steady-state DC, the established method for eliminating the effects of ESD and ESD-induced electromagnetic interference (EMI) in high-tech facilities, the Model 5810i delivers maximum ion output where and when you need it.

  • ±3V or better balance (±1V with the optional external feedback system)
  • Cleanliness rated at ISO 14644 Class 4 (Fed. Std. 209e Class 10)
  • Options for sensor input, FMS connection, alarms, fan speed and management control
  • Auto-Clean System option    

 


For additional information on the 5810i Blower or other ionization solutions for static control and particle contamination control, contact Sales Services.

Specifications

Input Voltage 100-240 VAC (±10%), 50/60 Hz
Discharge ±1000-100V @ <3 sec, taken 18” away (45.7 cm) from the blower at high fan speed
Balance ±3V or better balance (±1V with the optional external feedback system)
Cleanroom Class Meets ISO 14644-1 Class 4 (Fed Std. 209E Class 10)
Dimensions

2-Fan: 3.8H x 6.1D x 32L in. (9.6H x 15.5D x 81.3L cm); 3-Fan: 3.8H x 6.1D x 40L or 44L in. (9.6H x 15.5D x 101.6L or 111.8L cm)

Weight Aluminum 44” unit 10.3 lb (4.6 kg)
  • Daisy-chain power cable
  • Power cables
  • U-shaped mounting bracket (2 needed per blower)
  • Power Cord Lock

 

 

 

Target Markets

  • Electronics Assembly
  • Back-end Semiconductor Processing
  • Disk Drive

Target Applications

The Model 5810i Overhead Ionizing Blower is designed to save workbench space in critical cleanroom environments by controlling electrostatic discharge and particle contamination.