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Advanced coating and surface engineering solutions provider Plasmatech (Erlanger KY) has added to its line of low-pressure gas plasma systems with the AL2200-D, designed for treatment of powders and pellets. A specially designed 5-liter rotating chamber ensures treatment consistency, even when processing very fine materials. Production systems with larger chambers are also available to accommodate higher volume requirements.

PlasticsToday Staff

July 30, 2009

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Plasma pellet surface treatment

Advanced coating and surface engineering solutions provider Plasmatech (Erlanger KY) has added to its line of low-pressure gas plasma systems with the AL2200-D, designed for treatment of powders and pellets. A specially designed 5-liter rotating chamber ensures treatment consistency, even when processing very fine materials. Production systems with larger chambers are also available to accommodate higher volume requirements.

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The AL200-D is cleanroom compatible and available in a tabletop version or with freestanding enclosure to permit vacuum pump incorporation within the system cabinetry. PLC control, recipe storage, error monitoring, and mass flow controls for precise gas measurement ensure absolute process repeatability.

An environmentally green technology, gas plasma is a dry process using various bottled gases to modify, activate, or hyperclean surfaces. Typical applications include increasing wettability of plastics prior to bonding or coating.

Plasmatech offers a full line of low-pressure plasma equipment, as well as contract processing services for both conventional surface treatment and PECVD thin-film polymerized coatings. [email protected]

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