Grinding material suction

Ground material is extracted in the plant

With a grinding material suction system, there are problems with electrostatically charged grinding material. The grinding material is sucked in via a hose with an outer diameter of approx. 72 mm and is electrostatically charged in such a way that the material partially adheres to the metal funnel and does not fall down. As a result, the entire system becomes clogged and cleaning-related downtimes occur.

Compressed air alone does not solve the problem!

The conveyor manufacturer has already installed 2 cleaning injectors that blow the system free with compressed air. This has brought a small improvement, but since the static was not eliminated, this was not a sufficient measure.

Adhesion to glass
Adhesion inside

Our solution

A small ionizing nozzle was installed in the conveying hose via an additional pipe connection. The ionizer was installed in such a way that it can operate almost maintenance-free.

For the detailed solution description of this application or a consultation on your application problem, click here:

Contact us

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.


Ion blower nozzles roundBLOW R36E

roundBLOW - Ion blower nozzles for almost any application In our product group roundBLOW you can find all Eltex round blower nozzles. From the cannula to the diameter Ø 19mm. The basic body R36E is available in straight and angled versions.


Are you looking for a customized solution for your area?

We will be happy to advise you free of charge and discuss the possible next steps with you.