Charging Systems

Charging Generators From Haug North America are available for all sorts of applications where the pinning of plastic materials is necessary and for use in in-mold labeling where material such as a label is held in place on a part which is then molded together.

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Charging Device ANT

The Anti-neck-in-triode ANT is a charging electrode used in conjunction with a charging generator that is utilized in film extrusion to address the “neck-in effect” .

Charging Device ALW

The ALW is a resistance-coupled charging electrode used with the AGW charging generator. This system prevents the generation of hard sparks significantly reducing possible damage to the charging system and also preventing any impairment to the machines electronic controls.

Charging Device ALS

The popular HAUG charging bar ALS ideal for most applications where materials, especially in moving webs need to be pinned to each other. The ASL charge bar is used with the AG-series charging generators that come with either a positive or negative polarity. The voltage of the charging generator can be easily adjusted.

Charging Generator AG SL

The AG SL is a low cost charging generator. The output of the lunit is set by modifying the distance of the electrodes on the charge bar. The AG SL has one DC high-voltage connection which can be read using an analog test device.

Charging Generator AG 25

The charging generator AG 25 is the most popular and commonly used unit and is equipped with one high-voltage DC connection. The electronic voltage adjustment is stepless, and there is either an analog or digital display integrated into the unit to give you the output voltage.

Charging Generator AG 30

The AG 30 charging generator is a high-voltage unit that is used together with HAUG charge bar and an appropriate counter-electrode. It is important to mount the charging electrode 10 to 30 mm above the material to be charged, and have it exactly opposite the counter-electrode. When an earthed counter-electrode is used, it must be in contact with the material that is to be charged.

Charging Generator AG 35

The charging generator AG 35 offers a discharge section with four high-voltage connections and electronic fault and performance monitor as well as the charging application. The electronic voltage adjustment is stepless . There is an analog voltage output display integrated into the unit to provide the user a visual on the voltage used for charging.

Charging Generator AG 60

The charging generator AG 60 is a very high-voltage generator which is used with HAUG charging electrodes and a appropriate counter-electrode. The charging electrode must be attached at a distance of 10–20 mm above the material to be charged, exactly opposite the counter-electrode as with other charging systems.

Charging Generator Tristat TR 15 / TR 25

The HAUG charging generators Tristat TR 15 / TR 25 are high-voltage generators developed specifically for use with the Haug charging triodes (types ALT, ALM and ANT). The charging triode is placed at a distance of approx. 10–20 mm above the material to be charged, directly opposite the counter-eletrode. The earthed counter-electrode must be in contact with the material to be charged. These systems supress the sparking that can occur with other charging systems when the charge bar is over a conductive material.

Charging Generator Tristat TR 30

The Tristat TR 30 charging generator is a high-voltage generator which was specially developed to use with the ALM triodes. The current threshold of this device can be adjusted as well as the output voltage. An analog display shows both the current and voltage. The device has two high-voltage terminals for the connection of ALM, ALT or ANT charging triodes. For very tight control of charging this is the ideal unit to use.