An electrostatic motor uses the attraction and repulsion of an electric charge to generate energy. It means that converts electrical or other energy into mechanical energy or imparts motion. This is also known as a capacitor motor and is a type of eclectic motor. Electrostatic motors are the most commonly used micro mechanical systems to create a drive voltage of less than 100 volts. And our manufacture specialize in producing this type motors, we have enjoyed an excellent reputation through 20 years' successful business experience.
In the mid of 18th century, Benjamin Franklin and Andrew developed the first electrostatic motors. Electric motors are used in power clocks and other small devices. The motor is based on the use of moving plates that are charged to be either positive or negative. The resulting forces do not wear plates, resulting in a long-term, stable energy generation method.
An electrostatic motor can be created from standard household items and is a great science fair project. The amount of energy generated is very steady, even it is not very large, but it does not require any consumable materials and has no residual products. The motor can be quickly disassembled according to requirements, and usually the level of output is than 100 volts.
The energy in an electrostatic motor is created through static electricity. Generally, there are two essential items including positive and negative to create the motor. Make a simple fan, connect the blade to the inverted cup, and place the base of the cup on a stick to allow it to move freely. Move the positive and negative items close together over the fan and watch it move. This is an electrostatic motor running process.
The invention of the dry battery and the flow of electricity quickly replaced the electrostatic motor as the consumer's choice. However the development of computer circuitry, however, has revitalized the use of this type of motor. Because these electronic boards are very sensitive to spikes in power and the electrostatic motor creates a steady, low level of energy that presents no risk to the circuitry.
People who work in electronics or electrical engineering typically are very familiar with the electrostatic motor, and they often regard this motor as a science project and clearly know how the concepts can be applied to other projects or challenges. For example, electrostatic painting uses a very similar concept, because the surface is negatively charged, and the paint positively charged. As the item moves through the paining machine, the paint is released and is naturally attracted to the surface. This creates a smooth, even application with minimal effort. At the end of the process, the charge is neutralized, allowing the material to pass to the next stage without interruptions.