Enercon's easy to use surface treater makes narrow web converters more productive

Release date: 4/1/2003

MENOMONEE FALLS, WI - In a competitive environment even a small gain in productivity adds to a company's profits. That's why more narrow web converters are turning to Enercon's TL Max™ for reliable corona treating that's easy to set-up and simple to maintain.

In setting the standard for ease of use, the TL Max™ incorporates a number of unique design features. It effectively treats metallized and non-metallized substrates without having to stop the press to change ground rolls or flip a switch. Its ingenious hinged and pivoting electrode assembly configuration allows operators to quickly set-up and maintain the treater. This design maximizes uptime by enabling operators to perform routine clean-in-place maintenance. Simplifying maintenance procedures ultimately improves electrode life and system reliability.

Making the TL Max™ easy to use didn't detract from the systems ability to deliver intense treatment from a compact footprint. Mounted inside the special electrode assembly are unique electrodes which provide maximum treating power with unwavering reliability. The compact design makes it simple to install on any press in virtually any location.

Supplying power to the TL Max™ is Enercon's Compak™ 2000 which features an innovative design. Its convenient plug-in connections further simplify installation and its state-of-the-art power conversion is second to none.

Enercon Industries Corporation, headquartered in Menomonee Falls, WI, is a major manufacturer of equipment for the plastics and packaging industries. The company supplies custom built bare-roll, covered-roll and universal roll corona treating systems, and 3D plasma treaters for the plastics and rubber industries.

Contact Mark Plantier for more information.