Anti-Static Rubber Roller
If you rub a plastic pen and place it over your head, your hair is attracted to it. This is caused by what is known as "Frictional Electrification", same phenomenon is observed with rubber rollers. When a rubber roller is turning during service, the frictional contact between the surface of the roller and other media will cause the rubber to generate static charge on its surface.
Crackly sound observed when taking off a sweater is caused by what is known as "Release Electrification". Static tends to generate easily when the materials that are in contact to each other have less conductivity. it is highly probable that your operator may have experienced these factors:
- Fire accident by electric sparks
- Dusk attaching to your product
- Coating or printing failure
But do not worry, we have you covered with antistatic range of compounds that eliminate the problems of static formation.
- Available Hardness: 50° - 90° Shore A
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| ||Black||50° - 90°||≤0.05||±0.02||±0.1|