The rubbing of surfaces together, but also the jerky separation of surfaces pressed together leads to electrostatic charging. This is an annoying side effect that very often leads to charged parts "sticking together" and in some cases even to sparking and thus to the risk of explosion. Costly production disruptions are often the result, which you can safely avoid with antistatic brushes. Because antistatic brushes consist of an aluminum body with bristles made of carbon or the finest stainless steel fibers. The electrostatic charge is reliably transferred to the metal body via the tips of the conductive fibers. This effectively prevents the build-up of high voltage through targeted and controlled discharge.
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