At Adria, one of European’s leading manufacturers of caravans and motorhomes, the implementation of Openair-Plasma® treatment combined with an automated adhesive application process opened up a new dimension of innovation in the production process. One stop shop – plasma and bonding combined
AEC Illuminazione Srl has been manufacturing street lighting systems, as well as urban, industrial and tunnel lighting installations for over 60 years. All production processes, from the initial project to the final product, are carried out at the company’s headquarters in Tuscany, Italy. Surface cleaning with Openair-Plasma® for reliable lighting systems
Using Openair-Plasma® technology, TPU manufacturer BASF Elastogran was able to greatly expand and improve the bonding capabilities of TPU with other thermoplastics in multi-component injection molding. New compound materials
Since 1999, the polypropylene handles of hand-held blenders have been pretreated with atmospheric plasma systems from Plasmatreat before pad printing at the BSH plant in Slovenia. This process ensures a flawless print image on high-gloss plastic that would otherwise make printing difficult. High-gloss polypropylene pretreatment before printing
Before CeraCon brought the “Foamply” technology to the European market as a new, single-component foaming process in 2001, the company had been searching for globally available and accepted automation technology. Fun with foaming
Press Release: Plasmatreat Academy - A Dialog between Industry and Science
Plasma moves into the center for professional know-how transfer.
As the innovation leader in plasma-based surface treatment Plasmatreat has been sharing its know-how with the industry for 25 years. The newly founded „Plasmatreat Academy” now combines a wide array of educational programs under one roof and with one common goal: facilitating an in-depth dialog with customers, suppliers, science and research.
Activation of Plastics by Openair-Plasma® (2) - Expansion of the application range for various plastics
The treatment with Openair-Plasma® brings about a targeted, site-selective change in surface properties. In industrial applications, this improves adhesion and normally incompatible polymers can be reliably bonded. Dr. Alexander Knospe demonstrates the possibilities of plasma treatment in the plastics industry and provides insights into the function and advantages of this technology