ASB-1 is a static eliminatingbrush created for audio and video applications. Featuring "COREBRIDTM B" composite core fibers , a unique highly conductivematerial developedby Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation.
By lightly brushing the surface CDs, DVDs and LPs, the ASB-1 will remove staticcharge and at the same time remove any dust from the grooves of LPs. This revolutionary product solves in one simple sweep the problem of electro static noise and deteriorating sound and image quality.
Use of the revolutionary COREBRIDTM B (core and sheath) hybrid fibers with their amazing antistatic properties and durability has allowed us to deliver in the ASB-1, one of the most versatile and effective audio video antistatic accessories available.
COREBRIDTMB is a core-sheath composite conductive acrylic hybrid fiber. The core of the fiber is formed of high-density carbon-based super conductive perticles that conduct the static charge away to ground. Conventional antistatic brushes attract static charge to cling to the fibers of the brushwhere they can easily be discharged back onto media surfaces. With the ASB-1 static charge is conducted away through the core of the fibers, rather than on the surface for a more effective result - static is trapped and forced to ground. The surface of the COREBRID fibers is a tough abrasion resistant outer 30µm sheath, making them extremely durable. This allows the ASB-1 fibers to be used time and again without wear or damage to the special conductive core. And the special enlarged ends of the hybrid fibers offer dramatically increased generation of corona discharge and the most effective static ellimination results seen in an antistatic brush.
When lightly brushing lenses, screens, CDs, Blu-Rays or LPs, place one finger on the metal band that holds the bristles in place, thus providing an earth, removing most electrostatic charge and improving sound and picture.
- analog records (LPs)
- Optical disc (CD, DVD, Blu-rayDisc, etc.)
- Projector Screens
- Camera Lenses
- Other static charged devices, parts