We offer a high-voltage secondary corona discharge generator for surface treatment without the need for a step-up transformer. The oil bath for high-voltage components is removed, but the generator still has a respectable volume, efficiency, and reliability.
The source of power is the generator. The generator's function is to provide enough power to the treater station to produce a corona. It consists of a high frequency generator and a high voltage output transformer. The high frequency generator's task is to convert low frequency power, which is frequently provided by the local utility, to high frequency, which can range from 3-340 kilohertz (kHz), depending on the generator. The most typical solid state generators operate at frequencies between 3 and 40 kHz.
It then moves to the high voltage output transformer after being transformed to high frequency. The power is now sent in the form of a corona through the air gap and to the "hot" electrode at the treater station.
1.) Electrode with a high voltage : This device's primary purpose is to present a high voltage electrical field over the substrate and the air gap. High voltage potential is generated or produced here. It could be a conductor wrapped in dielectric or made of metal.
2.) Dielectric : The HV field is dispersed uniformly across the substrate by the dielectric materials. Any non-conductive material is a dielectric material. To make a capacitor, the voltage field is absorbed by the dielectric.
3.) Ground source/path : Depending on the particular system, this is often a roller that can be made of metal or dielectrically covered. It serves as a conduit for electricity to travel to the earth.
4.) Housing : The housing's primary purpose is to collect and hold any created ozone or gas byproducts. The second aim is to safeguard the operators from high voltage while also capturing any byproducts and serving as a safety measure. Operator access to high voltage or currents is prevented by the casing acting as an isolation device for safety.
5.) Air Gap : Since the ionisation (corona) takes place in the air gap, it is one of the most important components of the treatment station. Any location where there is air between the two electrodes will experience corona. The only way the distances between the two electrodes may be equal is if the power distribution over the gap is also equal. This is the region from which corona is produced.
1.) Transformative input : The input transformer's main job is to change the input voltage, either higher or lower. Isolating the power supply from the incoming power line so that it can be used as a filtering device is the input transformer's secondary purpose. The input transformer adjusts the power supply's input voltage upward and downward. Additionally, it isolates the power source from the incoming power line and dampens any current power surges.
2.) Control box : The control box transforms input power (measured in watts) into direct current. This conversion takes place between low frequency, high current, low voltage, direct current, and very high frequency between 3kHz and 50kHz. In essence, the control box changes the incoming power's frequency from low to high. The control box also provides operational monitoring features.
3.) Transformer with a high voltage : Low current, high voltage between 10,000 and 30,000V is produced by converting high current, low voltage.
1.) Pipng With Exhaust System
2.) Exhaust blower : The corona produces a number of byproducts. Ozone being the primary one (O3). The byproducts can occasionally be discharged into the atmosphere. If not, a filtration method will be used to exhaust wastes from a device such an ozone destruction unit.