Dyne-A-Grip IT™
Hand held Plasma Treater

Dyne-A-Grip IT Hand held Plasma Treater

Improve Surface Adhesion
without automating
your process

The Dyne-A-Grip IT™ integrates Enercon’s high performance plasma treating technology into a hand held package that’s perfect for lab environments, plasma feasibility studies, and light production.

It generates gentler and lower temperature plasma than comparative production grade units. The Dyne-A-Grip IT activates a variety of surfaces such as polymers, metals, silicones and rubber.

  • IMPROVES ADHESION OF INKS,
    COATINGS & ADHESIVES
  • ACTIVATES PLASTIC, METAL
    SILICONE & RUBBER
  • CLEAN, ETCH &
    FUNCTIONALIZE SURFACES
  • USE PRIOR TO PRINTING,
    COATING, PAINTING & BONDING
  • IDEAL FOR LABS TRIALS,
    TESTING & LIGHT PRODUCTION
Enercon's - Dyne-a-Grip IT
Dyne-a-Grip IT
  • Easy Operation

    Pull & hold trigger to activate plasma discharge

  • Power Control

    Ability to adjust intensity of plasma discharge

  • Protective Circuitry

    monitors current, power & air flow

  • Rugged, High Voltage Power

    internally mounted transformer rated for long-term continuous duty reliability

  • Solid-state Construction

    reliable solid-state devices conservatively sized & rated for high temperature

  • Virtually no maintenance

How blown ion plasma treating works

Blown-ion air plasma pushes pressurized air past a single electrode which discharges inside the treater head. The electrode creates positively charged ions in the surrounding air particles. The air pressure then forces the air particles to accelerate out of the tip of the head as a high velocity stream of charged ions directed toward the object’s surface.

Through direct contact, these particles clean, etch and functionalize the object’s surface increasing its surface energy and making it more receptive to inks, coatings and adhesives. Ultimately, enhancing adhesion for better quality results.

Watch this video demonstration of the Dyne-A-Grip IT™ in operation.

Enercon power generators and stations are designed to operate in a maximum ambient temperature of 40°C (104°F) @ 80% relative humidity, non-condensing.