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Old 27th January 2014, 06:19 AM   #41
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I have put lots of thought in to this when I made my First panels and I used aluminium tape and have had little to no issues in the First 7 years that I used it.
Since then, starting in 2010, I have been using a graphite based charge ring and I have had asolutely no issue what so ever yet!!

Here are a few threads describing my method and experience using the new process,

ESL Diaphragm coating

ESL Diaphragm coating




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