Analog Relax Anti-Static Brush - Records

Analog Relax Anti-Static Brush - Records

Anti-Static Brush for Records

Analog Relax Anti-Static Brush - Records
Analog Relax Anti-Static Brush - Records
Analog Relax Anti-Static Brush - Records
Analog Relax Anti-Static Brush - Records
Analog Relax Anti-Static Brush - Records
99,00 Price include 21% VAT Price exclude VAT € 81,82
Irritated by the disturbing static dusts on your record? Want to be free from the problem?
The only answer to save you from the curse of static dusts
Only Analog Relax anti-static brush can remove static electricity and dusts at the same time together.

Ultra-fine static elimination fiber with 0.03mm in diameter, special material used for an audio product for the first time in the world, comes in the record groove removing static and dust all together.

ou will be liberated from the frustration of static dusts with this revolutionary record brush. This brush makes all the record lovers happy.

Did you know the fact?
Did you know that a record could collect 3,000~20,000V static electricity on its surface when it is taken out of the sleeve? The move of just taking out of the sleeve could generate such amount of static. This is because of the friction between the disc and the inner sleeve when they are pulled apart.

The static electricity collects all the dust floating around you to your disc surface. The dusts attached to the disc are real pain. If you wipe them off, they just come back on the record immediately.

Why? Because of the static electricity. You cannot be free from the dust unless you are free from the static.

Record lovers have confronted the static dusts and struggled for a long time. Maybe at this right moment, many of them must be in the middle of this struggle.

This is for you.
The brush quickly discharges static electricity and removes dusts at the same time.
This is Analog Relax anti-static brush, created specially for vinyl discs.

Annoyed at such problems as below?
- Usual velvet pad record cleaners generate static every time they are used, only to attract the dusts back to the record again.
- Cleaning sprays are also in the market, but you don’t want to put unnecessary chemical on your precious discs.
- Liquid cleanser is too much trouble. Wash all the record library? No way!
- Your record clicks and pops on the turntable due to the static especially in the dried wintertime.

This brush clears away the irritating static dusts that disturb you every time you play the record.

How your record gets charged on the surface just by removing the sleeve?
Peeling electrification: electricity is charged on the surfaces of two objects that are touching to each other when they are pulled apart. That is the same for a record disc pulled out from the inner sleeve.
Frictional electrification: This occurs when two objects are rubbed against each other. Same for the contact between a record and a brush or a stylus tip
Thus you generate static electricity every time you take your record out of the sleeve.
The amount of charge is as high as 3,000 ~ 20,000V depending on the environment (temperature and humidity).
The lower the humidity is, the higher the charge tends to be.

Analog Relax anti-static brush was created in order to eliminate…
- Static charge of the record just taken out of the sleeve.
- Static charge after playing the record on the turntable.

Analog Relax anti-static brush can remove 70 ~ 80% of static electricity on average though depending on the room environment and the timing of the vinyl disc production.

The brush uses ultra-fine static elimination fibers with only 0.03mm in diameter.
When the brush touches the record surface, it neutralizes the static charged on the disc in a corona discharge mechanism.
The material was developed by Japanese high-tech textile manufacturer, for industrial applications, and is often used for eliminating static in clean rooms or in the process of removing dusts before painting in many electronic devices factories.
Analog Relax anti-static brush is the first consumer product using this special fiber material.
The size of a typical LP record groove is 0.05mm.
The thin fiber of our anti-static brush is only 0.03mm in diameter and well capable of sweeping out the tiny dust particles in the groove.