Ford has developed a revolutionary green alternative to the traditional chemical pre-treatment process in automotive windshield bonding. Plasmatreat has become the global licence partner for the patented process. Green Direct Glazing
Since 2007, the Openair-Plasma® system has been in continuous use at GfO AG. Each year, hundreds of thousands of display windows made of PC or PMMA are treated with atmospheric plasma before the hard coat is applied. Crystal clear view
Griesser AG in Switzerland was the first company in the world to achieve environmentally-friendly surface pretreatment of aluminum strip using Openair-Plasma®, which avoids the generation of thousands of tons of contaminated waste water annually. World premiere: Openair-Plasma® in coil coating
At the Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG, Plasmatreat's rotary nozzle technology ensures the high level of adhesion required to apply individual finishes to round and three-dimensional objects using UV inkjet printing. Pretreatment with Openair-Plasma® is also essential for the sharpness and color brilliance of the printed image. Essential for adhesion, sharpness and color brilliance
These days, it is not just the fragrance that counts when purchasing a perfume; often the packaging is at least as important. At HEINZ-GLAS GmbH, the luxurious glass bottles of the finer brands are treated with Openair-Plasma® before printing. Scoring points with a premium look
In 1995, Openair-Plasma® technology was used for the first time in standard production of automobile headlamp housings in Germany. Today, it has become an established part of applications around the world. At HELLA, Australia, the high process safety of the plasma process is especially valued. Quality assurance with Openair-Plasma®
New Research and Testing Equipment for Highly Technical Surface Treatment
Plasmatreat constantly faces shifting demands as a result of new ideas, regulations, and standards. Customers are increasingly approaching the company with unique and innovative project requests. Consequently, the capacities of the technology and research center will now be expanded to include a class-6 cleanroom.