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PLASMA SYSTEMS

 

[ ATMOSPHERIC PLASMA ]

   
 

With the atmospheric plasma technology, gas becomes excited by means of high voltage under ambient pressure that ignites the plasma.  The plasma is emitted with compressed air from a nozzle. There are two different atmospheric plasma effects:

Activation and Fine Cleaning are accomplished by the reactive particles in the plasma beam.

Additionally the loose, adhering particles are removed from the surface by the compressed air-accelerated active gas jet.

By variation of the process parameters, such as treatment speed and distance to the substrate surface, the effect of the treatment yields different results.

PlasmaBeam - With the atmospheric plasma technology, gas becomes excited by means of high voltage under ambient pressure that ignites the plasma. The plasma is emitted with compressed air from a nozzle.


The atmospheric plasma system, PlasmaBeam, is used mainly for the local pretreatment (cleaning, activation) of different surfaces:

  • Polymers
  • Metal
  • Ceramics
  • Glass
  • Hybrid materials

The PlasmaBeam can be robot controlled and can be installed into existing, automated production lines without a large expenditure.

Atmospheric plasma system, PlasmaBeam


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