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How does it work?
Using a vacuum pump most of the air is removed from a sealed chamber. When
the chamber pressure reaches the required level the remaining air (or other gas
if added) is subjected to a strong electrical feld that ionises most of its atoms.
The resulting super ionised air/gas or Plasma occupies the chamber for a
pre-determined time and can be used for surface modifcation or cleaning.
Key Features:
Potential free discharge
Allows treatment of both conductive and
non conductive surfaces.
High power plasma output
High treatment levels.
Fast processing speeds.
Choice of Chamber Types
Rotary – for small parts.
Single shelf – for large parts.
Multi shelf – for fat parts.
Laboratory – for test facilities.
Choice of shelf confgurations
Captive trays.
Removable trays.
Heavy duty trays.
Choice of Door Options
Rise & Fall – automatic.
Side hinged – manual.
Choice of treatment gasses
Air, Oxygen, Argon, Nitrogen......
Choice of chamber sizes
To suit your production needs.
Easy installation
Wheel it in... Plug it in... Switch it on!.
Adjustable plasma power.
Adjustable process time.
Built in monitoring
Alarm outputs.
Technical Specifcations
Treatment power:
Depending on model
Treatment gasses:
Options..... Air, O
, Ar, N
Treatment time:
2 to 120 seconds
Chamber pressure:
2 to 5 mbar
Number of treatment trays:
1 to 8 (standard)
Radiated temperature to part:
5°C to 30°C,*
By-product from Plasma discharge: NOx (< OEL)
Electrical potential:
Potential-free discharge
Interface control & connectivity:
HMI touch screen
16 pole “Phoenix” PLC interface
Compressed air supply:
5 - 6 bar, clean & dry
Mains voltage & frequency:
240 or 415Vac 50Hz depending on model
Compressed air supply:
5 bar, free from oil and water
Compressed air consumption:
5 L/hour
Achieveable treatment level:
> 72 Dynes/cm² (mN/m)*
Regulation compliance:
* Depends on materials/settings