Atmospheric Plasma Treatment System
|Treating Head||Depending Ontreating Width of Substrate(10-12mm For Cables and Wires)|
|MOC of Machine||Mild Steel Powder Coated|
|Dimension||450x 550x 850 mm|
|Machine Speed||200-300 mpm (For wires / Cables)|
|Mains Supply||AC 230 V, +/- 5 %, 1 Diameter|
|Mains Frequency||50 Hz +/- 5 %|
|Output Frequency||50-60 kHz|
|Working Air Pressure||Compressed Air Requirement 1Bar, Oilfree, Water Free|
|Output Power||2 Kw (For Single Head)|
|Plasma Output||A. Constant at same speed B. No influence of supply voltage|
|Dynes Level||38-48 dynes/cm|
is a perfect solution to adhesion problems on injection, blow molded or extruded parts of PE, PP, PET, nylon, vinyl, polystyrene, polycarbonate, PVC, fluorocarbons and all other types of thermoformed and thermoset plastics. It can be used in a very flexible way since a counter electrode is not needed. The discharge is ignited between a pair of electrodes inside the treatment tool and gets directed towards the substrate with a minor laminar airflow.
This also eliminates grease, oils and other contaminants if any, which are most common adhesion retardants.It improves the bonding of inks, adhesives, and coatings, allowing you to treat multiple surfaces and difficult configurations with remarkably consistent and convenient one-pass coverage. Printing:
- Surface treating parts prior to printing enhances ink adhesion. It makes printing easier, and for others it makes printing possible.
- Injection molded or thermoformed parts are often treated prior to painting. Surface treatment allows the paint to adhere and also increases the life and durability of the paint on the object's surface.
- Products are coated to protect their surfaces from harsh environments or as decoration. Doors, frames, and extrusions/profiles are often coated. The medical industry surface treating to improve adhesion of uses antimicrobial/antibiotic coatings.
- Surface treating caps, bottles and lids ensure that labels will not peel off before complete destruction of the label occurs. Air, flame and chemical plasma treatment of materials like HMWHDPE can effectively improve adhesion of labels.
- Bonding is primarily used to increase the strength Of an adhesive. The medical and automotive industries rely on surface treating to remove contaminants such as dust, grease, oils, or mold to improve bonding. Typical cleaning solvents such as methyl ethyl ketone (MEK), trichloroethylene, toluene, or acetone may be used for this purpose, but cleaning agents that leave a film residue upon evaporation will retard bonding.