Bellows for perfect sensor cleaning
Special filter charges air negatively (antistatic)
One-way valve at the front end prevents the ingress of dust
Filters smaller than 20 micrometers - results in particle-free air discharge
Protective cap in front of the nozzle prevents damage to the sensor
Efficient air supply
The silicone mixture of the Zeeion Blower bellows improves its antistatic properties. In addition, there are 2 disposable nozzles which prevent the absorption of dust. These one-way valves suck in the air at the end of the bellows. The smallest dust particles are filtered out via the integrated filter nozzles.
No air is drawn in from the chamber, but always through the opening at the end of the bellows. This ensures that dust-free air is always drawn in and that no consequential damage can be caused to the sensor. The silicone cap at the end of the tip also prevents damage to the sensor.
Silicon-RX is a unique compound used in the construction of Zeeion blowers to create an antistatic property. Unlike conventional normal rubber blowers, which increase the static charge, the Zeeion blower allows an opposite charge of air molecules to be blown to the dust and sensor surface, neutralizing the static charges and creating a simpler and more efficient dust removal system. This advanced function reduces the reattachment of dust to the surface by neutralizing the static charge of the surface.
One-way valve at the front end of the Zeeion blower prevents dust from entering from the nozzle during expansion. Therefore, the air is drawn in from the rear end far away from the source of contamination. This results in clean air being thrown back to the surface, as opposed to the normal fan, which draws dust from the front nozzle near the source of contamination during expansion.
The filters are arranged at both ends with a size of less than 20 microns to prevent the absorption of particles such as sand and quartz in the daily environment, which leads to a particle-free air outlet. This feature eliminates the formation of projectiles and the possibility to create notches and cuts on the sensor if you push them strongly with an ordinary blower.
The protective cap is placed in front of the nozzle to prevent accidental damage in contact with the sensor.…more