• „Companies have to open up“

    On the occasion of the 9th international Plasmatreat Sales Meeting Dr. Erwin Bürkle (KraussMaffei Technologies), Klaus Hilmer (Elastogran) and Christian Buske (Plasmatreat) discussed with Susanne Zinckgraf, editor-in-chief of the trade magazine PLASTVERARBEITER, the future chances of the process integration by plasma technology and its significance for the production site Germany in the framework of a press talk.


    www.plastverarbeiter.de

    Chances of process integration using plasma technology

  • Gluing of high-grade folding boxes thanks to Openair® plasma technology

    On its Bobst Alpina folder-gluer machine the Catalan company EGISA produces high-grade boxes that are securely bonded by means of integrated plasma treatment. The Swiss trade magazine DER VERPACKUNGSDRUCK reports on this topic in its issue 1/2009.


    www.derverpackungsdruck.com

    Gluing of high-grade folding boxes thanks to Openair® plasma technology

  • Plasma polymerisation at normal atmospheric pressure

    What hitherto was only possible in vacuum can now take place in-line at normal atmospheric pressure. The newly developed plasma technology PlasmaPlus® offers an abundance of differently functionalised layers for the locally selective coating of the surfaces of materials. In its 1/2009 issue the journal WERKSTOFFE carries a report on the process.


    www.werkstoffzeitschrift.de

    Plasma polymerisation at normal atmospheric pressure

  • Plasma replaces chemical precleaning for aluminium coil

    By means of a process unique anywhere in the world Openair® atmospheric-pressure plasma technology has succeeded in a Swiss coil coating production plant in replacing all chemical precleaning processes. The process is employed for aluminium strip material in facade cladding construction. The German technical journal MO (Metalloberfläche) carries a report in its 12/2008 issue on this startling new process.


    www.metalloberflaeche.de

    Plasma replaces chemical precleaning – Atmospheric-pressure plasma technology in the coil coating of aluminium

  • Pioneering corrosion protection by new plasma technology

    Whether the aim is to provide protection against corrosion or to facilitate cleaning of a surface, the PlasmaPlus® technology newly developed by Plasmatreat offers an abundance of different layers for selective coating. AIT Aluminium International Today reports in its December 2008 issue on the pioneering corrosion protection.


    www.aluminiumtoday.com

    Pioneering corrosion protection by new plasma technology

  • Plasma coating integrated into the process

    An automotive subcontractor was faced with the challenge of retrofitting an anticorrosive treatment for an aluminium part into an existing process chain.
    In its special issue for 12/2008 JOT (Journal für Oberflächentechnik) reports on how the use of Openair® plasma for this purpose fulfilled all requirements with regard to quality, feasibility of integration and costs.


    The original publication is available at springerprofessional.de

    www.jot-oberflaeche.de

    Nanopretreatment for pressure diecast housings - Plasma coating integrated into the process

  • In-line plasma treatment of plastics

    New requirements demand new solutions. The cleaning and activation of material surfaces by means of atmospheric plasma is considered a technology of the future. GAK, a German expert journal for the polymer industry reports in its issue 11/2008 about the manifold applications of Openair® plasma in the plastics industry.


    http://www.gupta-verlag.com/kautschuk/

    In-line Plasma Treatment of Plastics

  • Aluminium: Selective cleaning and coating using atmospheric-pressure plasma

    Whether the matter in hand is routine production or the development of new processes and products, the surfaces of the materials used often need to be pre-treated to give them additional properties making them suitable for further fields of application. The international Swiss magazine COATING reports in its issue 09/2008 on how the Openair Plasma® and PlasmaPlus® processes allow the incorporation of new surface properties and the optimisation of existing aluminium manufacturing processes.


    www.coating.ch

    Selective cleaning and coating using atmospheric-pressure plasma

  • Structural adhesive bonding: Openair® plasma in use at Schmitz Cargobull

    In order to obtain extreme adhesion, particularly good leak-proofing and improved environmental conservation in production at Europe’s leading manufacturer of lorry trailers, gigantic refrigerated container structures were pretreated with atmospheric-pressure plasma prior to adhesive bonding. In its four-page title story the 9/2008 issue of ADHÄSION reports on the background events.


    The original publication is available at springerprofessional.de

    www.adhaesion.com

    Example of use for atmospheric plasma technique: Adhesive bonding of refrigerated container structures

  • Crystal clear optics – Plasma treatment of display windows

    Brilliant, scratch-resistant surfaces on high-grade plastic display windows can only be produced by costly coating processes after injection moulding. The technical journal JOT (Journal für Oberflächentechnik; Journal for Surface Technology) reports in its September issue how pretreatment with atmospheric-pressure plasma greatly improves their adhesive bonding properties and painted appearance.


    The original publication is available at springerprofessional.de

    www.jot-oberflaeche.de

    Crystal clear optics – Microfine precleaning with atmospheric-pressure plasma

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