Discharge syringes

Filling syringes with a liquid

1. Machine function

Filling syringes with a liquid.

2. Problem definition

The syringes are inserted manually into a magazine. Now that the operators have to wear plastic gloves when inserting the syringes, the syringes become electrostatically charged! The problem does not occur without gloves! When filling the syringes, the liquid to be filled is deflected by the electrostatic charge. This means that the syringes can no longer be filled.

Our Solution

Problem solving by the use of a very uniformly working ionization bar, which was installed movably. The power supply operates with improved ion balance.

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Which Eltex components are used?

The following Eltex products have been installed and tested on site by our experts. If you would like to learn more or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


The robust all-rounder with a large power input The VARIO IONIZER ES51 has 5 connections and works with proven Eltex technology. On the top side there is a LED display for the function and fault message. The device also has an analog interface. For a good ion balance, the device is available with and without parameter diode.


blueBAR R50

The robust all-rounder bar The VARIO discharge bar blueBAR R50 creates a significantly higher active discharge capacity than most discharge techniques. The isolated ground conductor enhances the E-field at the active tips, contributing to increased production and velocity of charge carriers. Thus, significantly more positive ions and free negative electrons are available than with conventional bars. At the same time, the bars have a high passive discharge capacity. The resistance-decoupled tips ensure good discharge performance and make the bar absolutely short-circuit and touch-proof.