Cleaning without contact – Plasma for pretreating glass
The way in which pretreatment with Openair® plasma reliably ensures the successful coating, bonding and decoating of plate glass is described in the technical journal GLASWELT (Glassworld) in its 10/2009 issue.
In its September issue reporting on the FAKUMA 2009 exhibition the German technical journal KUNSTSTOFFE (“Plastics“) describes in a specified article how a novel rotary process from Plasmatreat makes it possible to pretreat large-area lightweight composite panels at high speed in a continuous process.
Plasma and adhesion to rubber, plastics substrates
World-class, fully automated manufacturing processes rely more and more on advanced, environmentally friendly surface treatment technologies. RUBBER & PLASTICS NEWS (USA) reports in its June 15th issue on how Openair atmospheric pressure plasma allows inline rubber and plastic manufacturing processes to become fully automated with total process control.
Pretreatment with atmospheric-pressure plasma allows the joining of materials that in principle are incompatible, such as metal and plastic. The German journal MEDIZIN & TECHNIK (Medicine & Technics) carries a report on how with the aid of Openair plasma complicated composite fittings for use in oxygenators are reliably manufactured at low cost.
Pretreatment with atmospheric pressure plasma is arousing ever more interest among users who require microscopically fine precleaning and high activation of surfaces prior to the finishing process. The American journal PROCESS CLEANING (5/6-2009) reports in its 6-page cover story about the secure and cost saving Openair® process.
The trend towards the use of modern composite materials in aircraft makes numerous new demands on the surface pretreatment and coating. The lightweight construction magazine LIGHTWEIGHTDESIGN (2/09) carries a report on the possibilities for atmospheric-pressure plasma pretreatment.
Treatment of the finishing coat with atmospheric-pressure plasma after a “spot repair” avoids the very dusty sanding of the paint. The German journal of surface technology JOT presents a report on the innovative technique.
Automotive: atmospheric plasma – eco-friendly and cost saving
„Micro-cleaning of surfaces and improvement of adhesion” is the title of an article written by Plasmatreat CEO Christian Buske, which has been published in April in ATZ-PRODUKTION, one of Germany’s leading automotive trade journals.
To produce brilliant and scratch-proof surfaces of plastics display fascias, sophisticated coating techniques are employed after injection molding. The technical journal KUNSTSTOFFE INTERNATIONAL reports in its March issue on the pretreatment of components with atmospheric plasma.
Interview: “Plasma technology often amortizes within one year“
Surface treatment with plasma can do much more than extend the durability of tools. In March the German trade magazine INDUSTRIEANZEIGER talked to Plasmatreat CEO Christian Buske about the possibilities of atmospheric plasma treatment.