Nuclear Ionizer Market Revenue, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Industry Forecast
The world has witnessed an increase in consumption of electricity, which has led to a rise in
demand for fossil fuels and renewable fuels. Nuclear power plays an important role in the
global power sector. Increasing investment in R&D and advanced technologies to generate
power is estimated to drive the nuclear energy market. This, in turn, is likely to augment the
global nuclear ionizer market. Ionizers are primarily utilized to ground insulated materials, as
they cannot be grounded by attaching a cord. There are primarily three ways to make ions
from ionizers. Nuclear and photon ionizers are used to make ions from ionizers. Nuclear
ionizers utilize radioactive materials and need to adhere to government regulations, i.e., the
Nuclear Regulatory Commission requires that those who possess nuclear devices be licensed.
While photon ionizers employ x-rays and are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration
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There are four major types of ionizers, namely, AC, pulsed DC, steady-state DC, and nuclear.
AC ionizers utilize a transformer to increase the AC power line voltage. Thus, most AC
ionizers rely on blowers or fans. Pulsed DC ionizers utilize separate power supplies to
generate positive and negative voltages. Steady-state DC ionizers also employ separate power
supplies and emitters; however, instead of alternating positive and negative, both supply
voltage continuously. Nuclear ionizers are non-electric and are commonly utilized in
explosive or flammable environments. They are used as they require low maintenance.
Nuclear air ionizers are employed to generate diverse ions of positive and negative polarity
by air molecules with radiation. Nuclear air ionizers is also used to generate an electric field
of alternative polarity near the source of generation of the multiplicity of ions. The nuclear