• The Green Alternative – composite plasma pretreatment in aircraft construction

    For aircraft composite materials, Openair® plasma has become the green and cost saving pretreatment alternative to conventional methods. The Italian bilingual magazine COMPOSITE SOLUTIONS (2014/9) has the report in its latest edition.


    www.compositesolutions.it

    The Green Alternative – composite plasma pretreatment in aircraft construction

  • The new revolution in the skiing world with plasma technology

    By using Plasmatreat technology an innovative and patent pending process able to modify the functional properties of the PE-surface of ski bases with the goal of increasing the maximum amount of absorbable wax was developed by the Plasma Nano-Tech sector of Environment Park in Turin, Italy. Here's the report from the international magazine IPCM (2014/7).


    www.ipcm.it

    The new revolution in the skiing world with plasma technology

  • Better quality in less time. „Plasma-Tube“ minimizes profile changeover times

    Plasmatreat's new fully automated pretreatment station „Plasma-Tube" treats up to 1024 different profiles. The system minimizes profile changeover times as well as maintenance and service interruptions. Germany's elastomer-journal DICHT! („TIGHT!", 6/2014) presents the details.


    www.isgatec.com

    Better quality in less time. „Plasma-Tube“ minimizes profile changeover times

  • Touch foil bonding: Plasma rescues adhesion crisis

    A touch foil applied to a polycarbonate 3D control panel failed the rigorous climatic test demanded by an automotive manufacturer. Bubbles formed in the boundary layer between the plastic substrate and the foil. The world's leading adhesion-technology journal adhesion ADHESIVES & SEALANTS (6/2014) describes how rescue came in the form of Openair® Plasma.
    link.springer.com/journal/35784


    The original publication is available at springerprofessional.de

    www.adhaesion.com

    Touch foil bonding: Plasma rescues adhesion crisis

  • Medicine: New surface functions using plasma nanocoating under atmospheric pressure

    Having found widespread use in the automotive, plastics and solar industries throughout the world, Openair® plasma now has its sights set on medical engineering. Swiss technical journal POLYSURFACES (6/2014) reports on the research and applications.


    www.polymedia.ch/OP/index

    Medicine: New surface functions using plasma nanocoating under atmospheric pressure

  • Plasmatreat expands its R&D department

    AT Plasmatreat's new microbiology lab at its head office in Steinhagen, Germany, researchers
    are investigating options for using atmospheric pressure plasma for disinfection. INGREDIENTS & PROCESSING CHAIN (2014/5) presents the new laboratory.


    Plasmatreat expands its R&D department

  • Avionics: Plasma secures aircraft radio communication

    Passenger safety depends to a large extent on clear communication between air traffic controllers and pilots. At Rohde & Schwarz potential-free Openair®-Plasma ensures the reliable adhesion of the conformal coating of the plastic encapsulated airborne communication assemblies without any damage of the highly sensitive electronic components. WOMag (5/2014) has the full story.


    www.womag-online.de

    Avionics: Plasma secures aircraft radio communication

  • Solvent-Free: Green Quality Assurance with Plasma

    Best possible treatment of the material surface is the starting point for meeting the rigorous quality requirements of the paint process in the automotive industry, especially when it comes to water-based coatings. To assure the quality of their car switches the South German TRW Automotive plant relies on Openair® Plasma. The American journal PCI (Paint & Coating Industry, 2014/4) has the case study.


    www.pcimag.com

    Green Quality Assurance with Plasma

  • Plasma for highest performance: water-based painting of plastic switches

    Car manufacturers are forever placing greater demands on the quality and environmental credentials of paint processes for plastic components. To meet these requirements, TRW Automotive pretreats millions of switches and controls with Openair® plasma each year. WOMag (2014/3), Germany’s expert magazine for surface engineering and materials science, details the process.


    www.womag-online.de/index.php/en

    Plasma for highest performance: water-based painting of plastic switches

  • Plasma Technology instead of Solvents

    A leading European semitrailer manufacturer is saving at least 20 tons of chemicals a year in the pretreatment of sandwich panels for large refrigerated trailers. Instead of environmentally harmful solvents, the company uses atmospheric pressure plasma to clean and activate the surfaces. A case study in JOT (2014/3), Germany’s top journal for surface technology, presents all the details.


    The original publication is available at springerprofessional.de

    www.jot-oberflaeche.de

    Plasma Technology instead of Solvents

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