Machines for plasma treatment

Plasma is the fourth state of matter, characterized by extraordinarily high temperature and high energy.

The plasma surface treatment process can be used to remove contamination from a wide variety of surfaces, from plastics to glass.

What is plasma treatment?

Plasma treatment is achieved by exposing gas to an energy source such as electricity or microwave and the mixture of ions, radicals, free electrons, and other molecular fragments resulting from this process.

Plasma treatment can be used on metal or plastic surfaces for removing organic contamination. This process eliminates any type of bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores that might be present on these hard-to-clean surfaces.

Some food products too can be treated with plasma to remove harmful organisms such as listeria and E. coli.

This is possible because some types of bacteria cannot survive in the oxygen-free environment of a plasma field.

Plasma treatment is becoming more popular in many industries: automotive, medical, aerospace and even food processing.

Plasma technology has the potential to make our lives cleaner and healthier while providing companies with new ways to streamline their manufacturing processes and reduce costs.

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Machines for plasma treatment

Typically, the equipment used for plasma treatment is a generator designed to work at a lower pressure and temperature.

The machine produces an electromagnetic field that causes the gas molecules to break apart and then energizes them with a microwave or other energy source.

Low power plasma machines operate on 220 volts and use the gas argon.

They’re designed for special applications, such as coating, filling & surface treatment of small objects. Medium power plasma machines operate on 440 volts with air and an inert gas mixture.

These are more versatile than low power machines and are used for general surface treatment. High power plasma machines use air or nitrogen as their main gas mixture at the high voltage of 500 to 650 volts.

These are typically used for industrial production lines to coat plastics, composites, metals & glass surfaces.

Plasma treaters produce plasma surface treatment to promote the adhesion of inks, adhesives, coatings, sealants & paints.

Manufacturers integrate in-line plasma treatment equipment to enhance adhesion on plastics, composites, metals & glass surfaces.

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    Why is plasma treatment necessary?

    In the past, cleaning surfaces with traditional methods such as soap and water or mixing vinegar and water was sufficient for many purposes.

    However, in modern times, more substances are being used in our homes and businesses that can’t be removed with these methods.

    The problem is that once a substance becomes organic, it becomes challenging to remove.

    This is because organic substances contain carbon, attaching to other substances before breaking down.

    The result is that all traces of the substance will remain on the surface even after multiple cleaning attempts.

    A plasma treatment extracts all traces of organic contamination by breaking down the molecules into ions and radicals that can be easily eliminated from the surface.

    A plasma treatment leaves any surface completely clean and without any risk of recontamination.

    Plasma treatment can be a great way to protect your tools from rust and other harmful substances.

    If you are looking for a way to make sure your devices are safe, plasma treatment might be the solution for you.