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electrostatic

/elec·tro·stat·ic/ (e-lek″tro-stat´ik) pertaining to static electricity.

electrostatic

(ē-lĕk″trō-stăt′ĭk) [″ + statikos, causing to stand]
Pert. to static electricity.

electrostatic

pertaining to static electricity.

electrostatic unit
a measure of electrical energy; abbreviated e.s.u. 1 e.s.u. = 2.08 × 109 electrons. Relative to radiological output 1 roentgen (R) = amount of x- or gamma radiation which produces 1 e.s.u./ml in dry air. See also coulomb (2).
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Smaller-sized particles can pass through the filter media because fibers are not electrostatically charged and the media must be woven with spaces between fibers to allow adequate airflow.
The durable welded frame of 18-gauge, 1" square, steel tubing is electrostatically coated with tough corrosion-resistant epoxy in a glacier-white color.
Powder coating is a dry finishing process that involves spraying electrostatically charged particles of pigment and resin onto metals.
If telegraphing with electrostatically sprayed paint does not respond to the usual remedies, try wiping the surface with an anti-stat cloth.
The powder coating, which is applied electrostatically, doesn't need a primer.
Fresh Wave electrostatically attracts the molecules that form odors, captures them, and then neutralizes them--leaving you with a natural-smelling, odor-free environment.
Standard features include all extruded aluminum construction, stainless steel hardware, and electrostatically painted surfaces to provide additional protection.
The fabric combines very fine polyester microfibre with a hydrophilic polyurethane coating that is electrostatically treated.
Bowen helped advance the research of electrostatically assisted application of agricultural pesticides.
Aluminum-clad windows can be electrostatically painted in four standard colors or custom colors.
During analysis small airborne particles, that may range in size from sub-micrometer and up, are often filtered or collected electrostatically.