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ionizer

A device that purports to alter the state of IONIZATION of the domestic atmosphere is a manner claimed to be conducive to health and well-being.

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True Ott, minced no words in stressing that the socalled health benefits of water alkalinizers or ionizers are based on junk science.
SMC was able to step in and provide a solution with its market leading bar type ionizer, the IZS31, which has a proven track record of removing static electricity extremely quickly.
Downstream the HEPA filter, a Di-Ethyl-Hexyl-Sebacat (DEHS) aerosol was generated by an atomizer (Model: ATM 230, Topas, Germany) and negative ions were generated by a carbon fiber ionizer (Transjoinc AB, Sweden) with the working voltage of 7 kV.
Compiled and edited by electronics engineer, physics instructor, and patent testing expert Thomas Valone, "Harnessing The Wheelwork Of Nature: Tesla's Science Of Energy" is 332-page compendium of expert commentators on Tesla's contributions to our understanding of electricity, wireless power transmission, as well as his inventions such as the Homopolar Generator, and Tesla's Ionizer and Ozonator (with implications for indoor air pollution).
The XPert Weigh Box features a static pressure gauge to monitor HEPA filter loading, an antistatic ionizer fan that is mounted on the interior box to reduce static charge, and a balance vibration isolator for delicate weighing operations.
The Stablo EX two-way ionizer is said to generate a balanced mix of positively and negatively charged ions that eliminate static on laboratory samples, allowing them to be weighed accurately with high repeatability, according to the company.
An optional on/off ionizer can help freshen the air and boost cleaning performance.
The Blow-Type Ionizer is available in one-head, two-head, and compact models, with a range of optional solid and flexible nozzles to provide coverage from a wide area, to as close as 1.
One is the ionizer, a device plumbed into the circulation system that produces silver and copper ions.
Special Japanese burnt-cedar layer placed under the regular floor, at considerable expense presumably: This acts as a natural ionizer, purifying the air.
Mitchell, an agricultural engineer, developed the ionizer system, in cooperation with veterinarian Henry D.