• Selective plasma coating of metal surfaces

    South Africa’s engineering journal CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY (2011/5)reports on how Openair® atmospheric-pressure plasma ensures corrosion resistance.


    Selective plasma coating of metal surfaces

  • Composite materials: Bonding lightweight panels in a better way

    Recycled plastic materials and WPC tend to have difficult-to-bond surfaces. An Openair® process for pretreating large surface panels now allows for low-cost production. LIGHTWEIGHTDESIGN (3/11) gives the details.

    The original publication is available at springerprofessional.de


    Plasma Technology in Lightweight Panel Production

  • Lasting Transparency

    High-grade plastic display windows demand costly coating processes after injection moulding. The technical journal PLASMA + OBERFLÄCHE 5/2011 (Plasma + Surfaces) reports, how adhesion and appearance obtain perfect characteristics by Openair®-Plasma treatment.

    Lasting Transparency

  • The right atmosphere

    Openair® atmospheric plasma technology also excels in the pretreatment of PP foils. The trade magazine C2 gives the details in its March 2011 issue.

    The right atmosphere

  • Openair®-Plasma instead of low pressure plasma

    The sensor manufacturer Novotechnik regards the change from the low-pressure plasma chamber to the use of the integrated Openair® technology as a milestone in the development of the company’s sensor production. The technical journal SENSOR-MAGAZIN (3/11) covers the story.


    Atmospheric Plasma sets standards in the coating process of circuit boards

  • Corrosion protection - Nanometer thick coatings in series production

    Higher requirements on the corrosion resistance of e.g. bonded metallic components demand for innovative solutions. The German journal ADHÄSION (adhesion) reports in its issue 3/2011 on the strong effects of PlasmaPlus® coatings.

    The original publication is available at springerprofessional.de

    Nanometer thick coatings in series production

  • Clear Views

    One of the leading experts in the area of plastics fascias surface refinement was looking for a reproducible, high-quality and fully automated pretreatment technique for its new coating line. The solution was found at Plasmatreat. The international journal IPCM (2/2011) reports.


    Clear Views – Inline pretreatment of display fascias with atmospheric plasma

  • Troubleshooting with cold plasma

    A problem with the adhesion of LSR to PP would have almost led to a breakdown in the production of rain/light sensors for the automotive industry. The German technical magazine KUNSTSTOFFE (10/2010) reports how manufacture was still made possible by the immediate action of Plasmatreat.


    Troubleshooting with cold plasma

  • Audi Q5 Dashboard: Contours-Fit Pretreatment

    The usual masking process before foam filling is particularly labor-intensive in instrument panel construction. The journal "Special K 2010" describes how the supplier to Audi, Peguform, completely does without masking.


    Contours-Fit Dashboard Pretreatment

  • Keep cool

    Environmental protection is a key issue to transport companies. Over 15 000 new refrigerated semi-trailers are produced by Europe's largest trailer manufacturer Schmitz Cargobull each year. The eco-friendly truck production involves the use of Openair® plasma. The German plastics magazine PLASTVERARBEITER (10/2010) gives the details.


    Keep cool


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