Flame Plasma for Webs

Flame Plasma Treatment for Webs

High Velocity Flame Treatment
with Advanced Control

Ideal for cleaning & increasing surface energy of films, foils and paperboard

Enercon Flame Treaters feature a unique high velocity power burner for highly effective and long lasting treatment. Superior web handling and advanced combustion control options ensure reliable and repeatable treatment results.

  • LONG LASTING, UNIFORM,
    HIGH TREATMENT LEVELS
  • IDEAL FOR CLEANING
    AND COATING APPLICATIONS
  • FAIL SAFE DESIGN
  • ADVANCED CONTROL
    ENSURES RELIABILITY
  • EFFICIENT SURFACE
    DECONTAMINATION AND
    POLISHING

What is a Flame Plasma?

A flame plasma is formed when a flammable gas and atmospheric air are combined and combusted to form an intense blue flame. The surface of materials are made polar as species in the flame plasma affect the electron distribution and density on the surface. This polarization is made through oxidation. In addition, functional groups are deposited on the surface.

What applications benefit from Flame Plasma treatment?

Flame Plasma effectively functionalizes BOPP, PET, OPP, PE, Coextruded films, paperboard, metal foils, and foams for numerous product applications in the food, automotive, medical, industrial tape & textile industries.

PowerFlame™ High Velocity Burner Technology

PowerFlame™ High Velocity Burner
  • High-velocity ports for powerful treatment
  • Multiple burner designs for optimal dwell time
  • Uniform treatment across entire width of burner
  • Eliminates laning or striations
  • Brass inserts are easily removed for cleaning
  • Variable treat widths utilizing burner deckling
Flame Plasma Treating Systems

Advanced Combustion Control

  • Air/gas ratio control provides a consistent flame over the entire power adjustment range
  • Manual
  • Volumetric
  • Mass Flow
  • Oxygen Analyzer

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Flame Plasma Safety

  • FAIL SAFE DESIGN

    Stops gas flow if any critical device in the cabinet fails

  • SAFETY SOLENOID VALVES

    Redundant valves in the gas train immediately prevent gas flow if any of the monitored variables are not satisfied.

  • PRESSURE SWITCHES

    Mounted to air and gas lines to detect adequate pressure

  • REVERSE FLOW VALVE

    Prevents backflow into the gas line

  • FLAME DETECTION ELECTRODE

    Works in conjunction with the flame safety relay to monitor the presence of the flame at the burner.

  • FLAME SAFETY RELAY

    Monitors flame & controls the redundant safety solenoid gas line valves