Railcar application

In a typical rail car loading operation, the static accumulating product is transferred from a storage tank via a gantry loading system into the receiving rail tanker.  As the product makes its way through the transfer system to the rail car, the molecules in the product become electrostatically charged.  If the rail car does not have a direct connection to earth it will accumulate electrostatic charges on its surface, which will result in the voltage of the rail car rising dramatically in a very short space of time.

Product Solution for Railcars Grounding

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