The BFN803 combine excellent ESD performance with user-friendly features to create the premier Overhead ESD workstation solution.
The BFN803 ionizer creates a dense and well-balanced ionization air flow that quickly removes static charges on work surfaces. The two fan ionizer has an effective range of 2’x4′. The BFN803 discharge times (< 3 seconds at 18”) and low offset voltage (±10 volts) meet the required limits of ANSI/ESD S20.20.
- Three fan overhead ionizer that quickly removes static charge
- Coverage area: 2’x4′
- Includes energy efficient LED lights
- Uses AC technology to produce a balanced output of air ions:+10 volt
- Built-in emitter point cleaner
- Variable fan speed control
- Easy to clean and safe to access
Performance and Design Excellence
BFN series AC ionizers from Transforming Technologies create a dense and well-balanced ionization current. They are unique in their ability to deliver fast decay times with low offset voltages. Continuous balance and decay protection is assured by the reliable AC design. Its emitters are made of pure tungsten and spaced further apart to minimize ion recombination, increase discharge efficiency and provide a broader coverage area.
Built with the User in Mind
The ionizers are equipped with energy efficient LED task lights, to help alleviate eye strain, headaches and even have a positive effect on mood – all while saving on energy costs. An integrated emitter point cleaner, removable front and rear fan guards with safety switches combine to make the BFN803 a user-friendly ionizer. The safety switches turn off all power to the ionizer during service for the operator safety.
The BFN803 is designed to neutralize electrostatic charges in bench top environments, sensitive materials assembly, Medical Device, SMT, Electronics Assembly, Automotive packaging, clean room and laboratory environments. Hang the ionizer over the workstation to save valuable table space.
Verification and Calibration:
The BFN803 ionizer comes factory calibrated and with a calibration certificate. Ionizer performance can be tested and verified with a charge plate monitor. Important tests to perform are positive and negative decay times and ion balance. It is recommended to test ionizer performance at least 1 per year.Note: Additional Information and Specs can be found below.