What Machines Use Static Electricity?

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Static electricity can be described as the electric charge build-up on the surface of objects. The machines that use static energy include photocopiers, automotive paints, air filters and printers. It is also used in aircraft refuelling and powder testing.
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One of the main uses of static electricity is to cure constipation, this is because the electric impulses when sent down the body can sqeeze the faeces out of the anus.
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If something can conducts electricity then it cannot store static electricity; a metal object will never hold a static charge. Items that hold static electricity include rubber, plastic
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A screw driven meat grinder. Twist the cap from a bottle or remove a lid from a jar and you are using the screw mechanism developed more than 2,000 years ago by Archimedes. Crank
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