Truth or Dyne? How to Properly Conduct Dyne Tests & What Your Results Really Mean
Corona treaters are used to increase a film’s surface energy to enable wettability & promote the adhesion of inks, coatings and adhesives. This change in surface energy is most commonly measured in dynes. And that’s where problems for extruders and converters begin.
Poorly executed dyne tests produce unreliable results and assumptions about dyne levels lead to erroneous conclusions.
Join surface treating expert, Tom Gilbertson, for a new webinar that will change the way you think about corona treating, dyne testing and adhesion.
Key Topics Include:
- Dyne test methods & best practices
- How to properly use your dyne data
- Material & coating variables that affect adhesion
- When to blame the corona treater for adhesion failure
Filling the form will give you access to the recording and slides, as well as bonus materials.
- Dyne Testing Methods Tech Paper
- Surface Treating Handbook
- Corona Treater Profile
Innovative People Ensuring Your Treating Success.
Enercon is a global leader in surface treatment technology. Our innovative team of application experts developed this presentation to help you understand the best practices for corona treating for printing labels and packaging. With over 40 years of industrial equipment manufacturing expertise Enercon is an avid presenter at industry conferences, associations and events including the following: