Atmospheric Plasma Technology Comparison
Enercon offers a variety of surface treating options. Our extensive product line features blown-arc and blown-ion plasma technology as well our unique variable chemistry technology for difficult to treat applications. Find out which technology is best for your application find out with our free comparison chart.
Atmospheric Plasma Treatment for Medical Surfaces
Atmospheric plasma is ideal for improving adhesion on a wide variety of materials used in the medical industry. Learn how blown arc air plasma, blown-ion plasma, variable chemistry plasma, and flame plasma systems can be used to clean surfaces, promote adhesive bonding and enable printing on polymers of all shapes and sizes.
Which surface pretreatment technology is best for your application?
How do you determine which pretreatment technology is best for your application? It begins with a proper definition of your application. An advantage of working with Enercon is our ability to test your application with an assortment of treatment technologies including; air plasma, flame plasma and variable chemistry plasma.
Dyne-A-Mite HP™ surface treater delivers 200% more surface activation
The Dyne-A-Mite HP™ is the most effective 3D air plasma surface treater ever offered by Enercon. It consistently delivers up to 200% more surface activation than comparable treatment systems. Its unique design generates an aggressive blown arc discharge that is ideal for high line speeds and demanding applications.
High velocity PowerFlame ideal for PP
Enercon's innovative high velocity PowerFlame™ burner delivers an aggressive flame which is ideal for the treatment of a wide range of material including PP, OPP and BOPP.
How Flame Plasma Treatment Works
Find out how the use of flame plasma surface treatment technology helps promote adhesion to a variety of printing, coating, painting, bonding and labeling applications.
Applications for Plasma Treatment of Objects
Enercon offers a variety of technologies and products for treatment of three dimensional objects. Treatment of polymer objects promotes adhesion for printing, painting, coating, bonding and labeling.