HP, Israel - Sialex helping keep air quality “just right” in Israel’s Hi-Tech industrie case study

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Courtesy of Phoenix Ring Manufaktur UG

Air quality must be kept within tight tolerances when working with printed circuit board assemblies (a key process in the manufacture of Hi-Tech print engines). Too little moisture in the air in the production hall results in an “electrostatic” build up which can lead to “shorting” of circuit boards.

Water vapor is introduced into a production hall through a system of fine “nozzles” to disperse this vapor (in the form of steam). This vapor is created by boiling water. Before the introduction of Sialex devices, due to the calcium content in this water, nozzles block and require continual “maintenance”.

Sialex-Rings were introduced in 2006 leading to a dramatic decrease in maintenance needs of the “humidifying systems”.

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